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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5 Responses to “On Hot Gay Statues: Washington, D.C. Makes an Opening Bid”

  1. Not sure which city has the hottest but I think we offer some really hot ones at http://www.NudeArtSculptures.com

  2. Look it. I will now be on the look out for Gay statues :)

  3. Thanks for the comments Torrey and BCGREG. Just remember, we’re looking for statues in PUBLIC SPACES, not private collections (at least in terms of the competition; we encourage anyone to send us whatever you want). Thanx.

  4. 4 Hephaestion

    Here are some links to more homoerotic sculptures in Washington DC:

    Dupont Circle


    And if you go to the Supreme Court, the paintings right above the Supreme Court justices are the most homoerotic thing you will ever see.

  5. 5 Lloyd L. Thoms Jr.

    How about all those male statues around the second level of the entry lobby at the Union Station? Is it true that originally the shields did not protect them?

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