What was the first depiction of the human form that you found to be, um, *exciting*?
Any media – movie, TV, photo, painting, drawing — but NOT a live person.
Was it Playboy? The bra section of the Sears catalog? A human anatomy book? How old were you?
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The pinup photos of Marilyn from the Marilyn Monroe Playboy shoot that my father had torn out and then decorated with sparkles made a huge impression on me. Also pinups of awesome Anita Ekberg from some other men’s magazine. He kept some of these under a glass plate on top of his bureau. I was about 8 years old.
Uh… I found Leo DiCaprio "exciting" when I was 9, and then I moved up to Johnny Depp at 16. *Drool* 😛
Seeing Aladdin’s chiseled face and rockhard abs through that purple vest drove me crazy…until I was about 11 or something.
Of course the bra sections of the sunday catalogs. They were very exciting as I went through my discovering girls phase
Jan Michael Vincent in Disney’s "world’s greatest athlete" Nice pecs, hair, face…that did it for me at I think it was 12.
Oh my goodness, my cousin had this mondo dictionary and kept a "bookmark" (which was actually a photo of my parents…that’s kind of weird now that I think about it) on the page with the detailed, color photos of male anatomy. The illustration was SO hot! He had a chiseled jaw, and of course, a smokin’ bod. They so do that on purpose, you know, like put really attractive illustrations for the anatomy. But hey, I’m not complaining! =)