Gay Bears, Otters, and Pigs; Gay Tops Checking Out Their Own Bottoms; Slamming Mayim Bialik For Sharing Her Views On Monogamy

Gay Bears, Otters, and Pigs

This is part of gay culture, too: don’t judge.

It’s about unusual T-shirts with various themes that represent certain segments of gay culture. And I think they’re interesting.

Silber Fuchs NYC is a family business created by Denis and Donald (pictured, left to right), both of whom were born and raised in NYC. (The name is “silver fox” in German and pronounced “silber fooks.”) Their goal is to “create fun, slightly naughty designs,” several of which are featured below. We asked Donald to wax poetic about Pride, and his answers may shock you.

You can see some of them here.

Gay Tops Checking Out their Own Bottoms

Okay. This one you can judge.

The ubiquitous Davey Wavey invited a handful of self-described “tops” who claim they’ve never “taken the time to take a mirror and go down between [their] legs and really take a look at [their] own behinds.” And here are the results.

Here’s the rest.  Don’t miss the conversation about buttholes on the comment thread.

Slamming Mayim Bialik For Sharing Her Views On Monogamy

First, I think it’s important to point out that Mayim Bialik has a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA, not to mention some excellent acting credits with stellar TV shows. So she’s not an idiot.

Bialik recently posted a video on you tube where she discusses open relationships and monogamy, and one of those writers who do not represent all gay men decided to slam Bialik in this article to which I’m linking below. And what’s really even more amusing than his argument is the way people responded to him in the comments.

I’m not even going to bother excerpting anything from this one. But you can read all of it here.

Here’s one of the reader replies in the comments…

Mayim Bialik continues to prove she’s incredibly intelligent and wonderful. Keep hating.

Frankly, I tend to agree with Bialik on this one. But whether you want to be monogamous or not is a personal choice and no one should ever judge what someone else believes.

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