When asked how he gauged the quality of his work, Finnish artist Touko Laaksonen, more commonly known as Tom of Finland, once said: “If I don’t have an erection when I’m doing a drawing, I know it’s no good.”
Over the course of his career, Tom produced more than 3,500 homoerotic drawings of muscular and scantily-clad hunks that not only pleased their creator, the images also revolutionized the public perception of gay men.
Happy Leap Day everyone. According to National Geographic, the Egyptians were among the first to implement this whole extra-day-every-four-years trend back during the good ole Ptolemaic dynasty (305 to 30 B.C.).