By Kai Braden
I am at the immigration office in Jakarta, Indonesia, waiting patiently for my work visa to be processed. The air is dense and cigarette smoke lingers across the florescent-lit room. People all around me are talking loudly amongst one another, trying to get their papers in order. Being foreign makes it difficult to decipher whether people are angrily yelling at each other or if it's just customary for people to communicate in this way. The air conditioning is the only thing making this experience bearable. Read More
By Jasmine Chorley Foster
A self-proclaimed “silverback,” Bruce Hulse is well into his fifties but was the biggest name in male modelling in the 1980s. In 2008, he published his memoir “Sex, Love, and Fashion: A Memoir of a Male Model.” He had originally intended to publish a book about how to succeed as a male model, but sex is much more appealing to the general public.
The book is an enjoyable, easy read filled with lots of sexual encounters. Aside from the sprinkling of passages that read like soft-core pornography, the book also offers a critical, philosophical look at the culture of modelling. Read More