The gay artist Tom of Finland celebrated
fabulously muscled hyper-masculine guys displaying their broad shoulders, gigantic biceps and pecs, remarkable tight abs, slim masculine waist and hips (so their bodies make giant Vs, with their hard dicks the point of the whole display, and Xs when their legs are spread), erect nips (showing arousal and reinforcing those hard dicks), and crotch bulges.
The text is from a posting on this blog on ToF, with illustrations that are (just barely) acceptable on this blog, including one of two construction workers doing extraordinary basket displays in their pants — showing off their major moose knuckles — and one of two leatherman face to face in each other’s arms, bumping pronounced baskets and showing off equally pronounced tight buttocks.
ToF had a thing about butts as well as all the other masculine physical features catalogued above. Some illustrations in my recent X blog posting on ToF collages, including this entertaining number (within the WordPress boundaries), which has one moose knuckle (fairly modest by ToF standards) in the foreground and two extraordinary butts in the middle ground:
So: the display of a basket is a moose knuckle; what do we call the display of a decidedly masculine butt?
My current favorite for a distinguished performance in male buttock theater is celestial globes, but I’m open to suggestions.