Someone found his way to this blog by searching for "Jackson Lueders shirtless." I'm pretty sure there is no reference to Jackson Lueders on Boomer Beefcake and Bonding. I never heard of him before.
So I googled him.
Ok, here he is shirtless. A skinny blond teenager at the beach. 17 years old.
Here's another shirtless shot, again at the beach, darker hair, a bit younger.
But why should Jackson Lueders get a post? Why is he famous?
Google reveals Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, a high school sports timeline, and a site that will tell you his height, weight, and eye color.
Still no idea why he's famous.
I blocked out the girl in the bikini.
Carson, age 15, seems to be more famous. He has Twitter, Instagram, Facebook (2.2 million likes), Pinterest, and his own website, where we hear that he's a singer. He has performed on The View, and his music is available on Youtube and Spotify.
Carson's songs include "Get to Know You Girl" and "Bae Back" (2015), about losing his girlfriend. Sounds hetero to me.
There are gay "accusations" by homophobes on the internet: "ur gay bro" and "Carson is GAY!!!!" I'm not sure that they qualify.
Nor does having a soda with Greg Marks, another pop singer who tweets "I need a girl who will be my best friend."
Carson's beach buddy here is pop singer Dylan Summerall, who tweets that it doesn't matter if a girl is "thick or thin," he likes them all.
Dylan Summerall is seen here with his brothers Hayden and Jimmy, who are also pop singers who write extensively about girls. I blocked out the girl in the bikini next to them.
I've got nothing. No gay content, just a lot of photos of shirtless hetero kids.
But at least that guy who found his way by searching for "Jackson Lueders shirtless" won't be disappointed.