That nose looks like something on the front of an Edsel.
All those guys are hot.
NYC just failed... Again.
They are hot - it's the city that got cold
No, just no. I've seen grocery bag boys cuter.
Sasha Seven. Yeah, that's your real name. Sure, toots.
I work in NYC but live outside of the area. My observations on the beauty of the guys is that just by sheer numbers NY'ers will have a few beauties no matter where you are. But Mainly the NY look is one of extremely polished and self-conscience grooming, it's not beautiful it is simply very highly cultivated.
I've seen better heads on a boil.
On another thread I just stated that DL has become a gaggle of stupidity- perfectly reflected by the OPs post and some responses on this thread.
Andrew is nice eye candy.
Hot guys don't need to go to bars. We can pick people up at the grocery store.
r8, you are only thinking about a small subset segment of New Yorkers. I don't find Washington Heights, Harlem, Bronx, Queens, or Staten Island dudes to be that way.
I dunno Lady Godiva makes my loins quiver!
I used to meet men at the Jefferson Market, R12. Or else on the way to or from the Jefferson Market.
Party pics from Splash aren't really indicative of the hotness of NYC men. I men who goes to Splash other than tired come-heres who can' get into an A list bar.
Do you think that obese guys just say " fuck it-I'll just give up and do drag"?
"But Mainly the NY look is one of extremely polished and self-conscience grooming"
Bingo. I've lived here my whole life - and the "look" for NYC gays has become even more homogenized, if you can believe it.
Either you're a primped and lotioned HK glamour puss or you're a fashion bear: beards, upmarket flannel (Billy Reid), turn of the century waxed agrarian mustaches, tattoos etc.
Totally fucking boring. Where are all the hotties that transcend categories? There used to be more than a handful.
Most of the young gay guys I've come across in NYC (21-30) are so fem they make Chris Colfer look like a Navy SEAL.
The death of New York is roundly adored.
Wow, that shit is dire.
i can't even decide whether it's a bad taste party or they're dressed like that for real
There's lots of hot guys in those photos. I'm pretty sure most of the people posting on here look like schlubs in comparison to these guys. It's always the uggos who're the first to put down other guys.
Show your pictures so we can all judge you.
Splash has always been B&T and tourists. It doesn't represent gay NY in the slightest.
But then, you know that.
Good god, I agree OP. Downright scary.
Who knows that, R24? Who even knows what this 'Splash' place is, other than its location in an overrated, dying city?
Dear OP and others, NYC is laughing.
OP, we really hot guys don't allow ourselves to be photographed for those ridiculous free bar rags. We don't need a photographer drooling over us to know how hot we really are.
Now, if you were are a producer like Michael Lucas, that would be another story....
Hideous infinity. Total trash.
Dear bitter, jealous OP.
The streets are crawling with hot guys. You can't really go more than a block or two without seeing one. The subways, the grocery, rock and roll shows, performances, the park-- always filled with hot guys.
The fact that you chose a cheesy, dated looking gay nightlife mess to prove your point shows how little you know about the actual city.
Enjoy the midwest.
R30, "rock and roll shows"?
It's the head tilt. Knock it off.
Your pictures should look more like mug shots.
r31, uh, a lot of us here in the city like going to see live music and we have acces to tons of bands-- I often see gay guys at shows.
But I guess if, like you, most of your social time is spent at the mall or in church choir, the idea of going to see a band play might be a little odd.
That is the most gay face I have ever seen in one post.
"Gayface" is that head tilt thing. Str8 guys take photos like mug shots.
R33, they're called concerts you moron, I was making fun of you, even my grandfather wouldn't call them "rock and roll shows".
I live 30 minutes outside of Manhattan by the way, so I do have "acces" to TONS of bands, like you, if you do indeed live in NY. Although your defensiveness and overzealous rapidity to bash flyover culture leads me to believe that you don't.
Actually, language police schoolmarm spaz at r36, people rarely call going to see live bands in club situations "concerts." We call them shows. Or rock shows. Or rock and roll shows. It may be a little fun to draw it out with that last iteration, but obviously I've insulted you and your cunt grandmother with my language.
Back to Yonkers with you, piece of shit.
Off-topic, but Hector Fonseca is a horrible DJ and indicative of the worst of how tragic gay club music has become.
[quote] rock and roll shows
OMG! NYC is the hip place to be!!
[quote]We call them rock and roll shows.
We?!!? You mean you and William F. Buckley?!
The problem is that the rich have taken over Manhattan. Thirty years ago, you could, and did, turn a corner and meet about anybody. Manhattan was still about all kinds of people meeting in one place.
That is dead. What you have now is all grooming and posture. Get out to other boroughs or above 125th Street, and you will find men, including working class men, who will make your dick explode just walking past them.
Get to a city that's still a real city and not a shopping mall.
The guy in the striped t is handsome.
They all have features that are a little...off, sort of like when you try to draw a "real life" version of a cartoon character.
Ah, I'm enjoying the old, tired, bland queens in this thread who obviously have very, very little joy in their lives.
What you insult queens need to understand is that the young gays are mixed-race now. There are very few WASP's in this world left.
The WASPY, midwest, blond look with the chisled features is OVAH.
I live in the Bronx. I have not met a guy that actually lives in Manhattan in years. All I need is right here in the Bronx. Blacks, Latinos, Italians, whatever.
I LOVE IT!!
R37 is so funny.
[quote]Actually, language police schoolmarm spaz
He must be a riot to go to Rock'n'Roll shows with. Has everyone in hysterics in the taxi ride over, with all his funny lingo.
I'm tired of how society expects me to behave
NYC has some of the most feminine men on the planet. Unreal.