In a few weeks Christmas is around the corner and the New Year is coming up fast. A great Gift or present for yourself is a new calendar 📆 for 2019!!!Pink In Our Lives will bring you some calendars every time that we see a good present to unwrap and to hang up in your house, toilet or bedroom. For the year 2019 Tom Of Finland presents 2 Calendars: 2019 Wall Calendar by Kweer Cards and the Tom Of Finland 2019 Calendar.You need a calendar 📆 to fill in the birthdays of your friends, faghags and secret lovers or getting just one to drool over 👅Because although smartphones can keep it up-to-date for you, these calendars will fill up more than one purpose for a whole year!!! 😜😘🙊And if people don’t understand why there are gorgeous wearing-almost-to-nothing hunks on your toilet door, then don’t worry…..Some of them give the proceeds to charity, so you can always tell you bought it for a good cause. 😉😍
Tom of Finland was born on May 8, 1920 in Finland as Touko Laaksonen. He died on November 7, 1991 in Helsinki, Finland. He loved art, literature and music. But he loved those outdoors men even more. At the age of five, Touko began to spy on a neighbor, a muscular, stomping farmboy whose name, “Urho”, means “hero”. Urho was the first in a long line of heroes to hold Tom’s attention while he memorized every flex of their lean muscles, every humorous twist of their full lips.This he draws secretly for himself until at the end of 1956, at the urging of a friend, Touko sent his secret artwork to a popular American muscle magazine, but, being cautious in those paranoid times, and anyway thinking that “Touko Laaksonen” was too tough a name for American tongues, he signed them, “Tom”. The editor loved them. The cover of the Spring 1957 issue of “Physique Pictorial” features a laughing lumberjack, drawn by “Tom of Finland”. It was a sensation. Touko became Tom of Finland. Despite his steady growth in popularity from there on, his first public exhibition did not occur until 1973, in Hamburg, Germany. The rest is history.Touko is a pioneering erotic artist and gay icon. He is widely believed to be the first gay artist to steer away from effeminate characters and focus his art on images of strong and masculine men.
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Lesley Middleton, owner of PINK IN OUR LIVES