We interrupt your farcical chase scene to bring you this sad gay moment.
Ever since going on T, I've really started to enjoy drawing masculine arms and shoulders. I've also thought a lot about the evolution of male beauty standards--specifically, how changes to the nature of work, leisure, and technology over the last 150 years have affected how someone like Lanyon, a fairly vain gay man living in the late Victorian era, wanted to look. What would he have considered desirable, and how would he have gone about achieving it? This isn't really relevant to this page, beyond the fact that Lanyon is depicted shirtless here--hotness is definitely not top of mind for him right now--but the point is: our ideas about masculinity have changed over the years, and I think that's interesting.
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