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Men's Mags Are All About Men's Butts

James Corden

GQ & Esquire both feature naked behinds of men (of a certain size)

For what feels like eons, men's magazines have been all about diamond-cut Adonises with asses so hard you could bounce a quarter of them. And sure, that's great, but to give some guys who don't indulge their Spin Cycle, CrossFit, and Bikram memberships some attention?

Well, GQ and Esquire have suddenly changed gears, displaying some bearish butts. First off, Parks and Recreation alpha male, Nick Offerman (and husband to Megan Mulally), displayed his can alongside comedian Chelsea Handler on the cover ofEsquire's Women & Men issue. Sure, it's done for some level of comic value, but it's still a big guy's naked rear. Not only that, it means no cherished fashion styling credits for the cover: a luxury mag no-no.

As if that weren't enough bear derriere for you, incoming Late Late Show host James Corden is flashing his rear in the pages of this month's GQ.

Want to cherish this watershed moment? Esquire will be out March 24. And to the editors of these fine publications, I'd like to say, "Thank you and thanks for the memories."

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