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huh… 35 pictures of possibly hundreds of people and they all sort of look exactly the same… the one exception being Lee Dagger.
there are a few black and Hispanic guys there. The black guy in pic #4 is hot! break me off a piece of that! and I think the crowd had some diversity up in there.
Yes, it looks like a very diverse crowd. All ages, body types and races.. Maybe there’s hope for us yet.
I realize you were making a point about lack of diversity at gay events, but be careful not to tap into the sentiments from old racists. If you take a moment I think you will see lots of individuals having a good time in these photos. It is not uncommon for people to gather within those in their own comfort zones. I DO think your comment is valid as obviously this event is not providing a large enough “zone” for all to partake in the party.
Do most gay guys live like this? Am I missing out?
Arrgh!!Erpp!!Gag!!!!!:Except for #’s 11,28,the guy with the “rise up”ass in #34,$ #35:PHENOMENALLY FUGLY__ENOUGH TO TURN ONE STRAIGHT!!
wow, there’s a ceratin age when going shirtless isn’t a good look.
I’m really getting tired of the over tatoo’d look. If you want to look like a painting, I guess its your choice but you look like an idiot, and will just look laughable when you are 50.
@Sean: I’m missing out big time! :(
I’m 19 & have never been to a party or anything fun & especially anything gay ;(
Thanks for pics *_*
@Guillermo3: Your taste is so off it’s not even funny! 11 and 28? 11?!! you are insane.
@Scott: You speaking from experience? Tatts are to each his or her own. if you don’t like don’t look are just hit the next button.
Where are the blacks?? pic 26 says you’re hawt along as you are white and blond??? YUk!! standards people!!!
Just to clarify my original comment, I wasn’t talking about the racial makeup of the crowd at all.
I was talking about how everyone (regardless of race or age) in the pictures can check off at least two of the following:
Shaved head, carefully cultivated stubble, shaved or recently shaved chest, tattoo, tan, gym body, or 2 accessories.
Everyone except the DJs.
@Jimmy Fury: so would you rather, fat, hairy, un-shaved, bear belly, short long hair? To each his own.
Coors? Lame. This crowd loks PLENTY old enough to know Coors is and always will be enemy of everything gay- except their money. Tacky queens. Get a spine. I know- life is meant to be fun, but ya really wanna party with phobes? Not me.
@alan Balehead: Come to Atlanta Labor Day weekend Love.. All shades of Chocolate will be EVERY where.
As a brother, there was WAY more diversity than is shown in these pictures and sadly, more than I expected for this weekend. I’ve had a summer share with one of the most diverse houses on the island but the big joke as always been that I was “One of Seven”…and most weekends, I would agree.
Not this time.
I was actually shocked and pleased that there was a healthy mix of people vs everyone looking, talking, and acting the same. There were plenty of beautiful African American, Asian, Latin, and Caucasian men of all shapes and sizes in various stages of undress/soberness/drunkeness/cracked out-ness and it was an event that, at least I feel, was enjoyed by all who attended.
I will definitely be back next year.
When are the middle aged white men going to stop appropriating the style of the younger crowd? Cookie-cutter queens only fly until about 34 or 36, on the outside. Fire Island clubs used to have a certain style that seems to be lost on the weekend crowds. I really hope that it returns soons. Still the best place to be in the NW.
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