To Shave or Not to Shave?

To Shave or Not to Shave?

Once upon a time I told myself that I would never do three things: Work in the food industry, do my own laundry, or become a model.  Modeling was never something that I felt as though I had a natural gift for.  I was trained as a comedian and comedians aren’t usually portrayed in the sexiest of lights, but now I need to find a balance.

I used to be scruffy for a long time, and back in LA that made me edgy, dangerous, and cool.  Then I moved to New York and visited Williamsburg where everyone was scruffy and I just felt like I melted in to my surroundings.  I decided to represent the babyfaces of the world and ditch my scruff to show off my stunning skin, however recently I have been wondering if — for the sake of becoming the sexiest sex bomb possible — I should accept that New Yorker gays prefer the scruffier look and go back to the fuzz face?

Here are some shaved/not-shaved pics of me from the past….watch the video above and examine the pictures closely…any opinions either way?

All photos 2007-2010 Walt Cessna

Clean Shave!


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7 Responses to To Shave or Not to Shave?

  1. Liz says:

    I’m gonna go with scruffy, but like in the first to photos of ‘scruffier’ the third is just bit to much growth! Hope this helps!! xoxo

  2. jose castillo says:

    the scruffy makes me think of naughty things! *wink*

  3. Danny says:

    I vote for scruffy…. so hawt.

  4. I have to throw in another vote for the scruff. It’s sexy, it helps add more “dimension” to your 2D face, and throws in a little bit of character.

  5. JEFFIE POP says:

    scruffy, and then rim me!

  6. JM Darling says:

    I like smooth. Like a baby’s ass. No, wait. Erm.

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