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  1. Jeff in NC says

    Yes, he’s hot.
    Yes, I think there a many pix where his face is quite adorable.
    Yes, I’d like to see the full monty.
    Yes, I saw the pix from the link.
    Yes, He’s built beautifully.
    But, if a coffee mug is enough to hide his pecker, then it most likely isn’t one he wants to show off. Living a life of being a grower and not a show-er, I completely understand. So he should have shown it grown. Alas, not.

    However, I’m really tired of all these “celebrities” making these “just for us” pix and vids and then being surprised or shocked that they hit the net. Ms. Prejean, are you listening? Then they claim it’s an invasion of privacy. They also take insult to being described as “dumb jocks” or “stupid bimbos” which is proven by their lack of restraint.

    If I had his body I would love to show it off and he has every reason to be proud of it. But, he is also suppossed to be a role model (as are all worldwide sports figures) and should know better; and, don’t get me started on Playboy Bunnies.

    Ok, now give me a moment while I step down from my soapbox.

  2. differingview says

    In almost every list Pride (Latin, superbia), or hubris, is considered the original and most serious of the seven deadly sins, and indeed the ultimate source from which the others arise. It is identified as a desire to be more important or attractive than others, failing to acknowledge the good work of others, and excessive love of self (especially holding self out of proper position toward God). Dante’s definition was “love of self perverted to hatred and contempt for one’s neighbor.” In Jacob Bidermann’s medieval miracle play, Cenodoxus, pride is the deadliest of all the sins and leads directly to the damnation of the titulary famed Parisian doctor. In perhaps the best-known example, the story of Lucifer, pride (his desire to compete with God) was what caused his fall from Heaven, and his resultant transformation into Satan. In Dante’s Divine Comedy, the penitents were forced to walk with stone slabs bearing down on their backs in order to induce feelings of humility.

  3. clint says

    “He is supposed to be a role model (as are all worldwide sports figures).”

    Why? What are they “supposed” to model? What “role” are they filling? What compromises this “role” by sending some sexy pics of yourself to your significant other for your mutual pleasure?

    Sports figures are a type of entertainer. Period. They have talents, skills and genetic dispositions to put on shows for cash. I suppose it is meant that these are role models for our young people, but what are they modeling? Oh look at me, isn’t it wonderful being famous? Most kids I know who are “looking up to” celebrity role models are longing for the fame and recognition, they want the world to make them feel special too. The hard work angle is rarely emphasized, and if it is, it is usually at the service of some protestant work ethic bullshit.

    I’m sorry, but I do not understand. The closest I get to this is a love of college football because I’m an Oklahoma alumnus and I can understand, enjoy and appreciate the various traditions and the sense of community they create, and how this *community* can sometimes help a *team* overcome incredible odds to win an athletically mismatched game. Such a thing is an awesome thing to behold, but it has little to do with the celebrity of the quarterback or what have you, indeed sometimes this can get in the way and cheapen the whole experience.

    @ Differingview, well..what if you actually ARE more physically beautiful than your average person? I happen to like looking at that, and I won’t get to see it unless the subject knows he’s attractive and allows the rest of us to enjoy his beauty by means of photos or what have you. I’m a musician, and I’m pretty damn good, and I enjoy allowing others to enjoy it when I make the world a little more beautiful, indeed, it is a duty of mine, with my talents, to share it. What’s the difference?

  4. Jeff in NC says

    Clint,

    Sports figures are a type of entertainer. Period. They have talents, skills and genetic dispositions to put on shows for cash. I suppose it is meant that these are role models for our young people, but what are they modeling? Oh look at me, isn’t it wonderful being famous? Most kids I know who are “looking up to” celebrity role models are longing for the fame and recognition, they want the world to make them feel special too. The hard work angle is rarely emphasized, and if it is, it is usually at the service of some protestant work ethic bullshit.

    What you said pretty much sums it up which is the sad part. And yes, all of the so called celebrities are, unfortunately, role models for the majority of children. Just by being in any sort of spotlight you are, in my opinion, automatucally a role model. I think it sucks that these are the messages coming from all of these people that children so look up to.

    MHO

  5. differingview says

    Taking a picture of yourself in a mirror is simply: prideful! It is lame and a sad measure of self-promotion.

    Also it is pretty stupid that this is what people do with their cameras these days.

    I suppose it all comes back to haunt or bite you in the ass.

    Maybe there is an indecency clause in his contract and he will be fined or fired!

  6. Tom says

    It’s both funny and sad that so many of the comments above attack Grady for these photos. They were obviously meant to be private. And for those who are attacking him on this post—-YOU LOOKED AT THE PHOTOS! YOU OPENED THE POST! WHO ARE YOU TO CONDEMN? WHY DON’T YOU GET A F***KING LIFE?

    Grady Sizemore is a wonderful athlete with a huge career in front of him. I doubt the same can be said for his attackers.

  7. Ben says

    What’s most interesting to me about these naked cell phone photos and protestations about privacy….if you read your mobile phone contract…your CARRIER can make a claim to any photo you take and transit via SMS over their network. Now if you take your photos on a smart phone and email it to yourself, that avoids that. But if you’re texting or sexting as they call it…better watch out. Uncle Verizon could own your self porn!

  8. Rovex says

    Its NEVER bad for a male to be taking a nude mirror shot of himself. The good will outweigh the bad usually, but please stop using an iphone, it makes you look like an unoriginal douche.

  9. BRADY Q. says

    That is one majorly hot man! He looks so good standing up, I can’t imagine how good he must look when he’s engaged in some heavy duty love action! Just picture that gorgeous body covered with sweat and those rock hard buns thrusting away on top of his lucky girlfriend! This stud just radiates sexual charisma and power!

  10. Mike says

    He is hot but geesh, enuff. Too much of yourself there dude? He looks like high maint. He now says the picts were stolen from his girlfriend’s e-mail and is looking into legal action. What is up w/ famous peeps taking risque photos and videos? There is a good chance that they will air in the public. Relationships dont always work out. I know some are proud of their bodies but what’s wrong w/ taking picts in your shorts if you want to remember how you looked when you are older? Thank God that there is no iq test w/ being famous!

  11. AjaxWarRocket says

    the link for the pic where you can see his balls didn’t work. where is it available? i’ve had a crush on Grady for about 3 years now. i almost fainted when i was scrolling down the pics lol

  12. Ryan says

    LOL Ajax… Well, unfortunately, that blog I linked to has since been taken down (no doubt due to overpaid lawyers). That said, there is a much smaller resized version of the picture in question at Pink is the New Blog — here: http://www.pinkisthenewblog.com/2009/11/grady-sizemores-solo-iphone-photo-session/

    Unfortunately, you can barely see anything in those pictures, but look for the one with the strategically-placed mug. Look closely or blow it up on your computer and you’ll notice Grady wasn’t as strategic as he thought. I’m sure there will be more pictures of the original, much-bigger picture floating around sooner or later, too, but that’ll have to do for now.

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