Cody is a Cutie

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7 Responses to “Cody is a Cutie”

  1. Svetlana says:

    C’est dingue comme une coupe de cheveux peut faire changer les choses.
    La photo de gauche m’indiffère totalement alors que celle de droite est autrement plus travaillée et agréable…
    Cheveux emmêlés et T-shirt col V.
    Le regard est beaucoup plus provocateur et accrocheur.

    • admin says:

      Alors là je vous rejoins à 100% … à une époque c’était la mode à la mèche à la Justin Bieber et je trouvais que c’était mignon et le petit mouvement de tête qu’ils faisaient pour remonter la mèche était trop craquant. Aujourd’hui j’aime moins ces cheveux en hauteur ou tirés en arrière qui dégagent le front…

      • KangarooDave says:

        Hope you two don’t mind me responding in English. I also agree about the photo on the right, it’s far more attractive and the left one isn’t my thing at all either. I will say that the left haircut isn’t the kid-Bieber style though – I *loved* that style and from around 2010 to 2013 I was in heaven with all the boys wearing their hair that way!

        Oddly enough the only guy I didn’t like it on was JB himself, it seemed like everybody else had a better version; it wasn’t until he cut his hair and hit adolescence that I started to really fancy him – it’s a shame he’s such an utter douche because he’s really really hot and I just can’t fawn over someone if I know they’re a prick.

        On an unrelated note, a strange quirk of mine is that I’m very rarely attracted to redheaded boys even though red/ginger hair on girls is probably my all time favourite. This boy is one of the few exceptions so I’m doubly glad to find these photos. Anybody else (who’s bisexual) have disparities like that?

        Being black myself (light skinned, mixed black/white parentage) I wish I was attracted to more black boys but it’s disproportionately less than white/East Asian. I think it’s because most black boys have very short/shaved hair and I like femininity in males, there are some extremely cute guys with braids and dreads but they’re so rare and I notice very few non-white boys on boylover sites like this so I wonder if this is something most others share (though I doubt pure masculinity is a negative for your average boylover so probably not). When it comes to girls and women there’s no disparity so it’s not a skintone thing.

        • admin says:

          Thank you KngarooDave for this long comment. You’re right you on’t find a lot of black or asian boys on my page cause I prefer white boys. It’s not a question of racism, it’s just that we find on white boys more diversity of colours of eyes and of haircuts. But I agree we could find on mixed boys very cute boys too…

        • admin says:

          Thank you KangarooDave for this long comment. You’re right you won’t find a lot of black or asian boys on my page cause I prefer white boys. It’s not a question of racism, it’s just that we find on white boys more diversity of colours of eyes and of haircuts. But I agree we could find on mixed boys very cute boys too…

          • KangarooDave says:

            Yeah it’s not a question of racism, it wouldn’t be racism even if you didn’t find any black boys attractive because our tastes are something we don’t choose so there’s no scope for morality. I’m not judging or criticising anybody’s attractions/preferences, I’m just interested.

            I understand the point about the greatly reduced diversity in eye/hair colour etc. One of my favourite looks is the Korean fem-boy look with the almost emoish black hair draped across the face, so I have plenty of appreciation for dark hair but it is nice to have the different flavours that you get with European people.

            Funnily enough, I saw a very young boy at work the other day who was black/white mixed and had platinum blond hair and silvery blue eyes to go with his light brown skin. Very rare, I’d never seen anyone like it, at least not in person.

  2. My Junk Mail says:

    He is so cute and sweety …

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