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One-On-One with Jake Houser, Andrew Christian’s Newest Trophy Boy

by • December 4, 2013 • Gossip, WatchComments (45)8889

Take a look at Jake Houser’s banging bod, and it’s easy to see why he emerged as an early fan favorite in Andrew Christian’s 2013 Model Contest. There’s a difference between being in shape to look good and being actually strong, and Jake clearly belongs in that second group. But looks can only get you so far, and with dozens of finalists fighting their way through multiple video rounds, contestants were going to have to do more than just be attractive to stand out. That was when Jake’s humor started to shine through. While others were seducing the camera during the “Lip Sync For Your Life” round, Jake was donning nipple tassels and singing “Fuck the Pain Away” by Peaches. Seriously. Watch it for yourself…

Jake HAs if that wasn’t awesome enough, Jake is also a former Marine, which scores him a bunch of extra points in the hot fantasy role play and overall coolness categories. It was that magical combination of looks and down-to-earth charm that would eventually win the hearts of both fans and Andrew Christian himself, who decided to crown him the winner and fly him to LA for several days of almost nonstop photo and video shoots. Thankfully, I managed to find a tiny gap in his jam-packed schedule. As it turns out, after sitting down with him, there’s so much more to like about him. There’s so much more to this guy than meets the eye, and he absolutely refuses to take himself too seriously.

JakeHJake served in the Marines during the last months of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”, which meant that he had to spend his entire time in the military looking over his shoulder. ” I was in a long-distance relationship at the time…and it was weird because I couldn’t tell anyone about it. One of my friends, my roommate, knew that I was gay, and he would always stick up for me and make up stories like, ‘yeah, Howser was with some chick last night.’ I always had the feeling that people knew, though. It was extremely homophobic, too. My leaders and stuff would talk really mean shit about gays, and I always felt out of place.” I can only imagine that military service is already difficult enough. Add to that the added pressure of staying closeted in such close proximity to a bunch of homophobes, and it certainly makes sense that Jake would have to use humor to cope. “I was scared. I heard this one story about a dude that they found out was gay and they took him down to the beach and burned him alive.” Yeah, heavy stuff. Jake had already grown up in a homophobic household, “hardcore Mormon” as he described it, so staying closeted was already second nature. But after his time in the Marines was up, he decided that enough was enough. “I said, ‘you know what? I’m not gonna hide this shit anymore. I’m done pretending to be something that I’m not.’”

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