Hoops of Tomorrow
Male rhythmic gymnasts from all over the world!
In this age of emancipation more and more boys choose beauty and charm as their main means of survival in the modern society. Slowly the new tendencies crawl into sports as well... Please meet the Hoops of Tomorrow: the femboy gymnasts from all over the world! :3
H.O.T. Season 1
10 gymnasts from all over the world were carefully selected for Hoops Of Tomorrow Season 1 - the gems and pearls of men's rhythmic gymnastics!
A chibi mascot representing Simon Mărțișor, the Best from Bucharest!
The Rubber Mini-Dragon
A chibi mascot representing Mark Li, the Chinese "Rubber Dragon"!
Welcome to Wonder-England!
Basil Hadley: "When I was a kid I enjoyed Alice in Wonderland, but never seen it coming to actually put myself in her shoes one day!"
The Rubber Dragon
One of the earliest explorers of human flexibility, China wins one gymnastics competition after another. The shiniest Asian jewel at the moment is Mark Li, also known as the Rubber Dragon!
From Russia with Love
"We are NOT gay!" You Fap You Lose is a brand new game in the Soviet Russian army. Specially trained sexy boys like Sasha "The Spetsnaz" will help finding the hiding homosexuals!
Spread 'em Like an Eagle
Ben D. Eagle: "Extreme flexibility has always been common in the Western tribal dancing, the Snake Dance was known for 10,000 years before the rhythmic gymnastics was invented!"
Tell Me Where It Hurts~
Akio Shirokishi: "As a nurse, I try my best to inspire my patients and make them struggle hard to live for another day!"
Kick Kiss Your Ass!!
Tom Parker: "I learned about contortion from the guy I used to bully at school. He's my boyfriend now!"
If you ever bend in Texas, fold me up!
Jerry Garter: "I learned about contortion from a drawing on my uncle's guitar when I wanted to become a country singer!"
From Russia with Fluff
Yasha Lebedev: "I want people to enjoy my body like they enjoy a marble masterpiece in an art museum."
Polished to Purr-fection
Andrzej Kowalczyk: "The art of flexibility has been passed in our family for so many generations that we must have developed the contortion gene by now!"
Yoga to believe it
Vasuki Kandakar: "People call me 'the newborn that never grew up' because my bones are soft like a newborn child's!"
Back to the Woods
Yasen Maslenko: "We have a strong belief that one taking something from the nature has to give something in return!"
To bend or not to bend is not the question
William Page: "The question is, can I bend a little more?"
Daily Bend - April 2017
The April 2017 issue of Daily Bend is dedicated to men and all things manly - courage, heavy metal and of course men's rhythmic gymnastics!