According to the narrative that accompanied his photo spread, country boy Geof Helrich was 28 years old when he showed it all in Playgirl magazine back in 1981. This was an era when uncut cocks were still the exception in male photo sets, as most young men of legal age to pose had grown up in times when they had been circumcised as infant boys. With his treasure trail of dark brown hair leading to a nicely thick bush above his hairy cock, Geof was a true find. The photographer did a nice job of capturing his masculinity in natural settings and not just showing off his dick (although that is very nice, too!).
This was also a time when the magazine was offering Hollywood stars on their covers instead of a face shot of their centerfold model. Of particular interest with this issue was a very successful nude spread of "Men of Harvard and Other Ivy Leagers" which was similar to their other "men of..." series which included Wall Street, sportsmen, and more.
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