CHICAGO — Mr. Skin, the celebrity nudity expert made famous by Howard Stern and whose website was featured in the hit rom-com “Knocked Up,” is expanding his skin-pire to a whole new genre — and gender — with his launch today of Mr. Man.com
Mr. Man is the male version of Mr. Skin: a massive, “all-skinclusive,” high-def database of nude scenes from mainstream movies and TV, exclusively focused on male nudity and guy-oriented sexuality.
“Mr. Man is a natural erection — I mean, extension — of what we do best,” Mr. Skin said in a statement. “Mr. Skin is all about celebrity boobs and pubes, and now Mr. Man is all about famous nude dudes.”
Launched in 1999, Mr. Skin is now one of the leading purveyors of female celeb nudity, reportedly logging more than 11 million visitors every month.
The man behind the site, Chicago-based Mr. Skin, has been profiled in top-tier publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Playboy, Maxim, The Chicago Tribune, The Chicago Sun-Times and The New York Post. He has also appeared as a celebrity nudity expert on VH1, E!, BBC and Comedy Central.
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