The NCAA basketball tournament might have fallen victim to the coronavirus this year, but the folks at Mr. Skin are keeping bracketology alive in a most sexy way.
The NCAA basketball tournament and the brackets that come with it might be among the victims of the coronavirus this year, but fear not: In this time of quarantining and social distancing, you can still practice your bracketology skills—and have a damn sexy time doing it.
Mr. Skin, the internet’s leading authority on celebrity nudity in film and television , is back with its annual Whack-It Bracket XXX contest, inviting fans of famous flesh to vote for the site’s hottest celebrity sex scenes. In addition to making their voices heard on this very important topic, participants are eligible to win a 55-inch, 4K television. That’s a whole lot of inches to help wait out the pandemic. Fans can sign up to participate at MrSkin.com/bracket.
HUSTERMagazine.com spoke with Mr. Skin creator Jim McBride to get his take on this year’s competition and the current abundance of famous flesh on the big and small screens.
HUSTLERMagazine.com: The NCAA decided not to do brackets this year after its tournament was canceled due to the coronavirus. Did you at any point consider canceling the Whack-It Bracket XXX this year out of solidarity?
Jim McBride: While I respect and appreciate the decision to suspend sporting events in the interest of the public, Mr. Skin is dedicated to the interest of the pubic. So, while some of our finest college athletes will not be playing against each other at present, Mr. Skin is here to serve those who, now that we’re all stuck inside, will, in turn, be playing with themselves. As a result, the decision to press forward with the 2020 Whack-It Bracket came easily—as will our participants, I’m sure.