On Hot Gay Statues: Georgia’s Always On Our Mind
In which The Gay Recluse holds a contest. Sort of.
Today reader Scott LaPierre sends in this from Georgia, as in the former Soviet Socialist Republic. Scott writes:
i don’t know exactly what’s supposed to be going on in this mural/statue, but there seems to be a lot of innuendo here…it’s in Gori, Georgia (the town is the birthplace of Stalin).
Let’s check it out:
Hold on Scott, we think there’s a lot more than innuendo going on here! More like, “check out this gay-pride march from 1978 that was dipped in bronze and slapped into a corner!” And how about these two “sailors” on the left? In short, this is totally gay and smokin’ hot. (It looks like the USSR may not have lost the Cold War after all!)
Thanks for the submission, Scott! Seriously, it’s nice to see some smokin’ hot gay statuary in the best
Tom of Finland proletariat tradition. That said, this must be filed primarily under inspiration, as the contest is technically limited to the United States. Where, btw, we suspect there’s a lot more hot gay statuary that we should be proud to call our own. Cities across the United States: why not show us what you have?
The Hot Gay Statue Contest Roundup:
- Rules and Guidelines
- Dan Savage Endorsement
- Washington Heights (New York City)
- Washington, DC
- The London Eye Clarifies an Important Issue
- Florence (Italy)
- The Park Avenue Amory (Upper East Side/NYC)
- Murray Hill (New York City)
- Madrid (Spain)
- Los Angeles
- The London Eye: “In Your Face”
- The J-Man Inspires
- George Washington
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