Rich Koch

Rick (or Rich) Koch made news with Advocate Men in March 1998 and the Torso in April of the same year.  This Colt Studios stud has been quoted as saying "My first time posing nude was for Jim French in '95, and I was in the Colt Calendars. Before that, I was dancing across the country with the troupe First Class Male, and then went on to Chippendales in '96. One of my dancer friends who's also a Colt model turned my name over to Jim. Beside Jim, Maxx Studio is the only other time I've been photographed."  As one VGMH follower wrote to me "I didn't know his name but I knew his fine hairy bo was what I liked and I've loved hairy chested guys ever since."  Rick also has been reported as performing in two softcore videos for Campfire Productions, America's Hunkiest Home Videos 8 and Hunk Boat 2: Naked Ski School.   We'll leave him with yet one more pic from what is probably his most famous photo set--The Cop-and very rock hard at that.

More Happy Nudes!

It's fun to exercise!
Thanks to vintage nudist magazines, we get to enjoy these folks taking a break from clothing in the sunshine!  It's nice that the photos seem to admire the 'Jacks' as much as the 'Jills'.
 Which one do you think he's serenading?
Not even a single drop spilled.  He's a pro.
What a handsome coupleIt says "Her performance may seem a bit stilted, but this is her very first attempt to use the things!  Now she can be taller than he!"  
We noticed that this magazine advertised it's all full-color content inside.
   Nature is so grand...just look at that bush!
 

On the pages of the Blue Boy magazine...





First published in California in 1975, the magazine was originally advertised in the 1970's as a gay version of Playboy or Penthouse. In addition to sexy nude guys, every issue typically included articles about male fashions, male sex, television and film reviews, and the secrets of finding that true male love. It would also often have some good articles regarding politics, homophobia, and gay rights. The magazine gained a whole new audience when Cyndi Lauper mentioned the magazine by name in the first lines of her 1984 song "She Bop." Lauper has stated that finding a copy of Blueboy lying around in the recording studio provided the impetus for writing "She Bop" song in the first place.  Here we get to enjoy Rick, who was both the cover model and centerfold for the March 1981 issue.