Thursday, September 2, 2010


Photography Greg Gex
Model Eric Anderson 

Gex attires Anderson in a corset, as he gets ready for the corrida

Well, according to most experts, bullfighting was considered a "girly" thing back in ancient Crete, and all the acrobats jumping over assaulting bulls were gals. 

Talk about changing times!

When the art was introduced in Spain, bull-fighting ladies were replaced by small-framed men, wearing girly ornaments such as a tress, pink socks and colorful, close-fitted garments. 

Am I misinterpreting what the afore mentioned authorities have stated if I hold that modern-day toreros are actually cross-dressers? 

Your matador's corset is not out of place at all, Mr. Gex!

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