Yes, Colin Kaepernick, you have convinced me that there is more to football than rowdy men, beer, and burka-like uniforms. He seems to invite attention and observation. I highly recommend the full video, from ESPN’s 2013 “Body Issue.” Love how he gives interview on tattoo table!
This concept is not very sophisticated, yet the song and video express Cher’s gender fantasy. Women are strong, men are pretty. Thanks, Eric the fez, my old college roommate for bringing this religious work to my attention.
The mask is many things: courtesy, self-protection, anti-social, or just wanting a few extra centimeters of space on the train. But with this bare calves outfit with jacket matching the New Balance running shoes, the mask also obscures just enough to add another layer of intrigue and attraction. Plus, it seems he reads.
Dear reader, would you wear a mask to attract the attention of foreign pervs?
Nakano can be very casual. I’ve seen crocs, slippers, pajamas, and room wear of every type. But even I was taken back by this odd juxtaposition. Was this sexy shorts and business top intentional, or did something happen to his dress pants? I love how he’s bringing attention to this fashion conundrum, and his immediate audience seem like conservative office ladies. Oh, Nakano!
I like how this very gay look, the blue motorcycle jacket, stands out in a sea of grey at an intersection in Yoyogi. The hand in the back pocket brings attention to the two belts. That’s a lot of decoration!
Vivian of Lost in Translation blog generously contributed this photo of a blonde yankii sprawled on the ground. Apparently, he was shouting “majiide” to protest the photo. I think he wants a lot of attention. Summer, we’re going to miss you!
There’s a Japanese sumo wrestler beloved by fans who psychs himself up for his matches by beating himself and going into an ecstatic frenzy. He didn’t win the match that day, but he certainly gets everyone’s attention.