I think it's neat and fun - why would it be creepy? I"m a gay man and I like attractive men - if I were straight, it would be expected of me to lust after women.
Anytime you hear someone use the phrase "creeps me out" when something sexual is involved, you know you're either listening to a woman or an e-ffeminate.
I found my brother on it last year. I never told him though. I kind of wanted to, but I was embarrassed to tell him and own up to the fact that I surf the site pretty regularly.
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, reading, and nibbling on bits of dried dog shit I collect off the street.
THE POOP WAS DRY!!!
What shocked me was how many of them were wearing dungarees. Almost all of them. Am I in the minority who doesn't like to wear them, and thinks no one looks good in them? Give me chinos any day.
dungarees? Are you 80 years old?
I snap pics of hot guys on my phone all the time. It's nice to know there is a place to share them.
[quote]Am I in the minority who doesn't like to wear them, and thinks no one looks good in them?
Yes, you are. The right jeans on the right guy can look hot as hell.
And who refers to jeans as "dungarees"?
Thanks for the link OP: new to me, and I'll be browsing again.
While I am entertained by the site, I don't believe it's ethical to take pictures of people and post them without their knowledge. It's an invasion of privacy. People should have the right to control the use of their images.
For the summer we snip the legs of our dungarees to make cut-offs.
I wonder if people would have rights to sue if their picture was up there without their consent.
The site says hot guys but apparently it's any guy.
At least half of them have Tardface.
Imagine how much more this will take off with Google Glass.
If the government did this, there would be an outcry...we'll do to ourselves what we would never allow the government do.
Putting my tin hat on - we're heading toward being monitored 24x7.