“Washington: A Life” by Ron Chernow

The first book demonstrates the initial cost of gaining our freedom and the second book shows the cost of keeping our freedom.

Submission by Grashorb in Allentown, PA

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  1. Koner says:

    Jun 29, 2012

    This photo reminds me of the nude pangiitns done by painters around 500 years ago. The photo, like the pangiitns, brings out the simply beauty of the naked male body. The right arm extended in such a way that it allows the arm muscle to enhance this mans rugged male beauty. The left leg lifted just enough to cover the penis so that you do not focus on the penis and miss the over all naked male beauty. Also with the man keeping his penis just out of sight it is though he is saying, There is more to me than just a penis, if you can’t appreciate my male beauty then you don’t need to see my penis. Lastly it is the dog that is looking at us not the man. It is as though the dog is letting you know that he is there to protect his master, you can look but don’t touch. By the man not looking at us and with his hand around his faithful dog, he seems to be saying, If you truly appreciate my naked male form then I may let you get as close as my faithful dog next to me. Mark.

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