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Coming in 2019: The Return of Mythulinity!

Now that Tumblr has determined the real world of varied sexuality no longer exists, I've decided to head out in a different direction and prove them wrong. It was fun while it lasted and all things must pass. I am now passing on Tumblr and reigniting the flame that once burned bright here at Blogger. Join me!

Here's the goal for our greater good: To share the best material from multiple online sources plus super manimal/mythical and real male images.

WARNING: This blog is devoted to gay adult themes. If you are under the age of consent (18) or are an uptight prude please leave this zone immediately!

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If you find your work or property here and do not approve of it being posted on this blog, please contact me at greggerman52@gmail.com I will take it down ASAP.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

A Fond Farewell: Featuring Rob Clarke's Work

It's been almost two months since my last post. That's the longest action gap since I established this blog and it should come as no surprise that my interests lie elsewhere these days. I have two other blogs (Wordpress: Superversity and Centaurica) that get my attention on a regular basis. 

I have decided to leave this blog up as an archive. There is a great deal of excellent material here for readers to peruse and enjoy, but most of the kind of manimal material I posted here is going to be featured on the other blogs from now on. I have a very small reader base for various reasons, such as this material has limited appeal and I refuse to enter into the promotion of commercial aspects of blogs (no ads ever). It makes perfect sense to mostly end this enterprise and direct people to Superversity and Centaurica (You can find links in the Mythulinity Links list, of course.)

I thank all the followers of this blog. I'm glad we were able to share this common interest. Please take the time to check out and follow my other endeavors. Good fortune to you all.

I believe it is fitting that I feature the work of Rob Clarke for my last post. I've always loved his take on masculinity. It's highly twisted and humorous. He is a master illustrator of the male form.