#ThisWeekInThirst: A Song for Bottoms, the Warwick Rowers Strip and Gus Kenworthy’s H&M Ad

#ThisWeekInThirst: A Song for Bottoms, the Warwick Rowers Strip and Gus Kenworthy’s H&M Ad

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Another week down, another assortment of hunky dudes doing hunky things. From a Russian hottie using his good looks to support the LGBT community in Chechnya to the premiere of Hornet’s latest web series So Extra, where we go behind the scenes of a swimwear runway show (and check out the scantily clad models).

We also saw pop twink Troye Sivane release an anthem for power bottoms, a new Brazilian #HornetGuy and a Gus Kenworthy H&M campaign that’ll leave you drooling. Enjoy.

Click on the titles below for the full story, and enjoy this thirst roundup!

This Russian Insta-Hunk Wants to Fight the Chechnya Purge Through a 5-Part Photo Fantasy


The Latest Issue of ‘Elska’ Introduces You to 12 Sexy Queer Men From Perth, Australia


The Warwick Rowers Strip Down to Nothing But a Leaf In Preparation for Summer

Ditch your swimsuit this year for some shrubbery.


This Week’s #HornetGuy, Guilherme, Is a ‘Dreamer’ Who Wants to One Day Win a Grammy


Troye Sivan’s New Song ‘Bloom’ Is the Power Bottom Anthem We Never Knew We Needed

Tell me right before it goes down
Promise me you’ll
Hold my hand if I get scared now
Might tell you to
Take a second, baby, slow it down
You should know I, you should know I

(Yeah I bloom) I bloom just for you


Expect to See This Men’s Two-Piece Set by Rufskin at Pride Celebrations This Summer

Shine bright like a jockstrap.


In Episode 1 of ‘So Extra,’ We Search for Sexy Swimsuit Models in New York City

Hornet Senior Editor Alexander Kacala’s hunt for sexy models takes him from an Abercrombie & Fitch event (that falls short) to a fun and flirty party at the Mr. Turk boutique in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.


6 Tips for Initiating a Hookup Without Sounding Like a Creep


Travis Mathews’ New Film ‘Discreet’ Is a Dark Dive Into Closeted Hookup Culture


The Gus Kenworthy H&M Collection Is Your New Summer Wardrobe

And the ad campaign featuring Kenworthy is every bit as sexy as you’d think.

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