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  1. Much enjoyed watching this live in January 2001 on a visit to NYC, It was an expensive show, but great fun. I still have the playbill somewhere.

    The US fashion for circumcision was noticeable. One of the cast was uncut, but wore his foreskin retracted for the show, refurling it when it came unfurled.

  2. Would you please post the YouTube link for this same vid so I can d/l it and watch it?

    I did see “Naked Boys Singing” on stage at least 5 or 6 years ago. It was pretty good for a night out on the town (and even better since I didn’t have to pay for it and received a nice dinner before the show).

    @It’s Only Me:
    “One of the cast was uncut,”

    I don’t remember who or how many of the ones I saw were either cut or uncut. There wasn’t any “discrimination” of uncuts or cuts — there were both. I do remember (for my taste) the best performer (looks, body, penis [which, of course, is cut because of him being Filipino], scrotum and a pretty good singer as well) was a short Filipino. I pretty much kept my eyes on him and his for 98% of the show. :-)

  3. I saw the DVD movie of this, from Netflex distributing, This particular number was one of my favorite and those who saw this live out east were fortunate!

    1. “… those who saw this live out east were fortunate!”

      Well, I’m out West …. I saw it in one of those 99 seat Theatres on the West Coast.

  4. >art
    >this and the young gay art student in England losing his anal virginity on stage are considered art

    Disgusting. All these fuckers do is to give homophobes more petrol to throw at the fire of hate. As always the small number of degenerate perverts who happen to be homosexual give a bad reputation to the rest of us.

    1. @julian:
      “>art ……. >this and the young gay art student in England losing his anal virginity on stage are considered art”

      How can we NOT agree to that? After all, the way those heterophobes complain about showing so many degenerate perverts who happen to be heterosexual give a bad reputation to the rest of us. Really now, kissing each other whenever they (heteros) get a chance, showing as much cleavage and as often as possible, throwing out those “pussy” and “fish” jokes, how those degenerate pervert males brag about how much “pussy” they get every night and showing us the motions of what and how they do it ……..

      Yes, absolutely DISGUSTING!

      No, wait ….. there aren’t any “heterophobes”, are they?

  5. Great performance; but done being naked? I don’t know if it’s appropriate. Wearing a nice sexy Speedo would be more appropriate, don’y you agree?

  6. Have any of you seen the original production of Hair? And people saying this was disgraceful…. Mmmm… I could see his tits including his nipples. Surely a bra and a pair of panties would be better…. Don’t forget the corset, stockings and suspenders blouse crinoline dress and high hells bonnet and parasol. In fact I think we should have a vote replacing this young man with a Nun singing Ave Maria? Nothing wrong with a peice of cock. Maybe they should put on a new play.? Mmm What about Scout Jamberee 2019….where twinks with nice cpcks pretend to be younger and play soggy biscuit. I’ll direct it. Yummy. There’s nothing wrongs with sexualiry or nudity. Straights have been doing it for millennium.

  7. I was going to say the sentiment in the song was a little old fashioned. With all the selfies and nude selfies flying around nudity and sexual explicitness was less of an issue. That being a pornstar wasn’t that scandalous anymore. That was before I saw @claude response, oh well, maybe just I’ve moved on.

    A couple pornstars that I’ve followed saved their porn money to get totally unrelated careers, “respectable” careers. They seem like perfectly fine people, porn was just a job, one that they enjoyed, but a job.

  8. As adorable — and about as sexy — as a two-year-old. This was how I felt about sex when I visited Tangiers half a century ago: sex needs a little bit of shame and guilt to be exciting, otherwise it lacks the “spice” that makes a meal “good” rather than just nourishing. At least that’s how my puritanical little Boston-bred soul felt about it.

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