On Hot Gay Statues: No Surprise, Honolulu Beckons
In which The Gay Recluse holds a contest. Sort of.
Today reader (and blogger and Twitterer par excellence) Atherton Bartelby kindly sent in the following note, just days before leaving Hawaii for the mainland (or whatever we’re called over here). Atherton writes:
I finally snapped a photograph of one of the Hot Gay Statues on Oahu. It’s SO not a perfect image, but I thought you may want to use it anyway as a representative HGS for Honolulu. It’s of Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku, who is regarded as the father of surfing.
Whoas — sounds promising! Let’s check this guy out, shall we?
Whatevs. A lil blurry, but this duke of surfdom is obv smokin’.
Thanks, Atherton — Hawaii beckons in many ways!
The Hot Gay Statue round-up:
- 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
- Georgia (Republic of)
- New Orleans
- Columbus Circle (New York City)
- Two Davids (Florence)
- Franco Harris Statue (Pittsburgh)
- London Firefighters and Other Heroes
- Columbus Circle Mall (New York City)
- Grand Central Station (New York City)
- Albany, New York
- Albany, New York (Hot Gay Statute)
- The Metropolitan Museum (New York City)
- University of Southern California (Los Angeles)
- More Getty Villa (Los Angeles)
- Union Station Centurions (Washington, DC)
- Hot Gay Ladies in Washington Heights (New York City)
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