As the bear culture continues to rise and be more prevalent as time goes by, we are consistently flooded with images, videos and more of guys who we consider to be handsome, hot and any other adjective to describe how attracted we are to them in the media world today. Whether they are melting our hearts on the big and small screen, producing some sweet jams for us to enjoy, or doing big things in the LGBT community that is strengthening our presence there as well, they are all doing something right to keep our heart rates going.
After the success of my last article which detailed who was our first “celebrity” type bear that we had a crush on growing up, I will now present to you a varied creme de la creme of hairy goodness of bears who get us happy in many places in the current mainstream of society. Take a look.
Nick Frost, Actor & Screenwriter
Nick Offerman- “Parks & Recreation” Star
George Unda- Actor, Entrepreneur and all around awesome guy.
“Orphan Black” star Kristian Bruun
Peter Karjalainen- Internationally Known Barber
Zach Miko, Model
Footballer Kelvin Davis
Hilarious Comedian Peter Bisuito
Late Night Talk Show Host James Corden
“Broad City” star John Gemberling
“Gotham’s” Drew Powell
Music Star Tony Banks
Comedian Zach Galifianakis
Country Music Star Zac Brown
“Proxy” star and director Brandon Deyette
Rapper Action Bronson
Actor Seth Rogen
Pro Wrestler Kevin Owens
“Scandal” star Guillermo Diaz
Actors and real life partners Charlie Harding & Scotty Rage
Who is YOUR favorite? Who did we miss out on?
Kelvin Davis isn’t big enough to be a bear. James Gorden isn’t hairy enough to be a bear and neither is Seth Rogen, really.
Ryan Shea says
No you have a very limited term of what a bear is.
Agree with Ryan. You don’t know what a bear is Nico.
I know exactly what a bear is, and those two don’t fit the description. Kelvin is more wolf or otter than bear. Also, I’ve seen James Gorden topless and he has zero body hair, which would make him a rino, not a bear.
Rick Stokes says
Read and learn
james c. early (@jimbo692) says