On Hot Gay Statues: Washington, D.C. Makes an Opening Bid
In which The Gay Recluse runs a contest. Sort of.
We are extremely pleased to announce that we’ve already received our first hot-gay-statue submission, from Andrew of 801a.info, who tells us: “This is in Washington D.C., directly across from the White House. The pictures could be taken to look more salacious, I guarantee.”
Really? We’re not so sure! Given the setting, we think these pix are very salacious, indeed. It’s not hard to imagine presidents and senior-level staffers hungrily peering (with binoculars, behind curtains) at the statuary in question, just before planning their next attack against the gays. But let’s not digress, here are the pix:
There’s definitely instruction happening here: we’re just not so sure it’s “military.”
Let’s make it official: These gay statues are hot. DC is now in the running.
Thanks for kicking things off on a perfect note, Andrew. We look forward to posting more submissions throughout the election season. Clearly there are gay statues out there, but the question remains: which city has the hottest ones?
For rules and guidelines on The Hot Gay Statue Contest, click here.
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