On Hot Gay Statues: Hot and Gay from the Park Avenue Armory in New York City


In which The Gay Recluse holds a contest. Sort of.

Today we are extremely honored to present another hot-gay-statue submission, this one a joint effort from Jeff Weinstein/Out There and John Perreault/Artopia. Jeff writes:

I sent partner John to shoot Garibaldi in Washington Square Park and instead he came back with [a fuzzy shot of] the best artwork in the Park Avenue Armory. It’s called Young Jupiter by Louis-Leon Cugnot, a cast bronze copy dated 1886. Fuzzy Jupiter attached.
The verdict is in. Definitely a bit fuzzy, but nevertheless: quite gay and smokin’ hot. Seriously. We think this puts the Park Avenue Armory on the map.
Thanks for the smokin’ hot submission, Jeff and John! Needless to say, we look forward to seeing the Garibaldi you mentioned. Readers from elsewhere in the United States, don’t miss the opportunity to make your city proud!

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