The last time we interviewed Marko Lebeau, he stood up in his blue jockstrap and played with his fuzzy “cub butt” for us. It was a divine experience for everyone involved (but mostly just me, because I nearly fell off my desk chair when it happened). The video has since been removed from XTube. Now that we’re aware of this, we’ll be working on getting it back up in the near future.
This has literally nothing to do with Marko’s contribution to The “Real Man” Project. We’re just incapable of writing about him without bragging about the time he spread his ass cheeks specifically for us. As it goes, we tried to get him to do a dramatic reading of his “real man” definition whilst petting his hole, but he didn’t have enough time to make a video.
To make up for it, we’ve inappropriately juxtaposed Marko’s sincere, heartfelt response with screen-caps of him servicing Trystan Bull… Because, you know, we’re classy like that.
Click through to find out how Marko Lebeau defines a “real man”:
When you are asking me how I define a real man, I could make it quite short by simply stating that a “real man” is any man who is authentic, true to himself, true to his principles and true to those around him. This would have to be the closest that I could think of what is a real man.
I strive to live by those principles every day. It sounds simple, but it is not always so. Everyday events can clutter things and make it more difficult to abide by those values. Sometimes, events will put a strain on our ability to be true to thyself or to stay attentive to people we share our existence with.
But to add to this definition of the inner real man, I trust that you are hoping I will identify in a man’s physical attributes things I equate as characteristics of a “real man”. I can do that, but a real man on the outside is not necessarily an inner real man, and for me, the inner self is more important that the outer shell.
A real man is someone who portrays self confidence, without coming across as arrogant or self-centred; who shows poise, maturity and thoughtfulness, but is not egotistical, nor childish. A real man is a man that shows good judgment, but is not judgmental. A real man is a man that is kind and cares for his fellow man (and woman); and he can show his affection without being insecure, nor affected.
“What real man in my mind would embody these attributes?” you may ask. Well, one man keeps coming to mind, and I would have to say that that is my father. He is the man who, throughout my life, has worked hard to provide for his family, has instilled in us those important values that I have described above, and who has always been there in support of me and my life decisions, being of sound counsel but not judging me in my choices.