You and probably 90% of gay guys.
I love fucking guys who are thicker and bigger than I am. Totally a control thing .... just fun to turn the tables on them and make them my bitches! Not many things hotter to me than seeing a smaller, average size guy like myself pounding the fuck out of some big muscle stud and hearing him whimper and moan and groan with every thrust while he eats that pillow! Yep, I love that!
you mind naming them , i jut think we have the same taste for men ...
Too big for me.. I prefer. Slimmer muscular guys. But hey if I met one if these guus at a bar, nothing would stop me from a little late night action. (;
They are ok but i won't do you,
too busy at the gym ...
NEVER LISTEN TO A ONE SIDED STORY AND JUDGE.
That first guy is so fucking hot I would do everything with him
"Live your dream and never wake up." - Liam Payne
quiero cogerlos yo tambien
These aren't my usual type whatsoever, I'm not really in to super muscley guys, but they're definitely hot. I don't think I could say no to any of them.
I can be their bitch for one day, a week, a whole year... anytime.
The second one is my master forever, what a man what a chest, Fuck me Please!!!!!!!!
I would do everything with all of them too. Oh yeah love guys bigger than me so hwat
Nah, not impressed by - or turned on to - muscle in and of itself. I'm from the first "out" gay crowd, the ones who started this whole "body beautiful" thing and was one of the bigger guys. I found that the nicer guys were the ones who were nice looking or average looking: they had hearts and were actually pretty sweet once they got past my size. I was considered part of the "A" crowd (I wasn't, cuz being a Black guy, I knew they were just into the "Mandingo" fantasy with me, and I don't play that). One thing I found: if a guy considered himself part of the "A" crowd, he was usually insecure about his looks, the the bodybuilding thing, for most of them, was more like "body armour": a protective shield so that if anyone rejected them, they could say, who the hell are you to reject me? It wasn't a very cool scene and I was lucky to observe it, but when I see guys working out, I watch more for how they treat other guys. Intimidate them? They're insecure. Nice to them? They good guys inside.
Back to the original ('cuz most of you are thinking: who asked him for his life story? Because I got my muscles from my dad - who never worked out - I was the biggest guy in my class at 14. The girls used to tease me and tell me if I got any bigger (chest), they were gonna "buy me a bra." So, I never got all hot over someone who was big. I find it's the guys who don't have that naturally developed body that lust over the ones who do. Kinda like straight guys who lust over blonde women who are 37-24-36. Same mental attitude. Untouchable. Unreachable. I WANT IT!
But the guys look great. The one in the 2nd picture? He's on juice.
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But there have been times where I am at the gym doing a very minimal workout and other skinnier dudes around me will get pissed and leave. One time I was minding my own business, just merely walking over to a bench to do some crunches and this dude who looked like just an average regular dude, says to his buddy, "I need to get out of here, way too much testosterone in this place." He says this really loud and stares right at me as he walks by. I wasn't doing anything. I wasn't grunting or being an obnoxious asshole but he acted as if I WAS and made a snide remark, merely based on my looks.
Another friend of mine who has trouble developing his body, he has long muscles...so it's hard for him to get any kind of bulk or definition. He was wearing a long sleeve shirt ( to hide his embarrassment of his lack of size and definition) one time when working out together and I just had my usual shorts and t-short. I have pretty well developed forearms and I noticed him staring at my arms as he was watching me in the mirror he seemed to be getting uncomfortable, so I stopped and started working my legs instead, soon after he just up and left the gym. I called him, asked why he bailed and he told me working out is pointless as he will never get a body like mine, he then told me why do I have to be so dedicated and why can't I look like an average regular guy like him. I just told him, this is what I was born with, to me, the way I look is average and normal FOR ME...unless I have surgery to remove some muscle mass and have someone beat the crap out of me to fuck up my face, this is just how I am.
My point, there are times when you can be pigeonholed into something you're not simply because others are insecure, jealous and envious of what were given.
Elmos, I hear you.
I found a photo of myself, shirtless, when I was 23. I showed it to some people just to let them know what I looked like before I ever seriously started working out (although I did it in high school in 1966, it wasn't serious, 3-days-a-week stuff, just a high school kid fooling around, trying to be strong like Samson).
People project their own insecurities onto you, which just shows you that they don't like themselves. It's too bad they can't just like themselves, skinny, average or whatever. I never had any problem finding a guy attractive as long as I felt like I "liked" him. There was a lot of that "attitude" thing going on in the gay community in San Francisco in the 70s and 80s before working out REALLY took off. My best friend had a killer (not the sculpted, ab-6-pack type of body, but pretty muscular without the hyper-definition so many guys think is the "norm" if you want to be considered "hot") figure and when guys would meet me, they'd say, you're nice, but your friend Odis has attitude. I'd see red at that, and challenge them instantly, telling them that what they saw as "attitude" was a just a guy having nice manners and not imposing himself on others.
I used to like some pretty skinny guys, and they were astonished I found them attractive. Even my current boyfriend says he never thought he would attract someone like me (He's short, 5'6" - which is a major turn-on for me - and sort of geeky looking). I point out that I'm 62, and hardly a shade of what I used to look like (still have a big chest, decent shoulders, but tore my long bicep on my left arm last September and have rotator cuff issues, so unless I want shoulder surgery, I take it VERY easy), and still have nice arms, which I can pump up very fast, except the left one looks like - LOL - "Popeye" bicep (the muscle is further down, closer to the elbow than up near the middle of the bicep).
Anyway, it's great that guys want to be 'built,' but the underlying reason for it is more, these days, like a cockfight. It used to be you had to have a big dick. Now, you can overwhelm other guys just by being hyper-muscular (and if you weren't gifted with a big dick, for some guys, it takes precedence over having a big dick). But watching the younger generation guys work out? It's the equivalent of women hating someone with a figure like Raquel Welch had in the 60s. You'd think people would have enough self-awareness to realize that beauty comes in ALL shapes and sizes. If I saw a cute 5'7" guy standing next to someone built like the guy in the 2nd photo, I'd be shoving that guy aside to get the the little guy, smiling at the little guy to let him know I was WAY interested in him.
I wonder if it's the hype behind having muscles that makes so many guys want someone muscular, like having the "trophy-boyfriend" who's built like the proverbial brick shithouse. Do they even look at the person's character (his virtues) or is it all superficial beauty stuff that makes us lust after the big guys. I didn't like the attention I got in SF in the 70s: it was all sex, and besides, the really nice guys wouldn't come near me, so I'd have to sidle over to them and comment on something they were wearing to get the ball rolling. Once I did, they warmed up.
I can't blame guys for finding muscular guys sexually desirable, but it's not the only perspective out there. Even my buddy,who died from AIDS, God bless him (he really was sweet-natured) the really buff one? He went for the same kind of guys I did: shorter and especially if they were shy, he'd go ape-shit over them: he found that so appealing.
So, you guys who aren't 'built'? Don't automatically assume that every guy wants you to look like the actor who played Thor. "Average" guys are just as hot as muscular ones, and frequently because, paraphrasing a line from The Wizard of Oz : they've got a heart.
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i definately agree with you.
i am not big but i am defined and i get categorized also.
at the end of the day, i cant stand gays or bis that wont even look at you because you not their tyype. LOL they treat you like a leper and wont even look in your duirection.
thats how i spot undercover gay guys sometimes LOL
oh some guys also assume cause of my looks i am the same way and start drama witth me INSANE just a crAZY CYCLE
There was a period where i looked like a wrestler, big arms, big chest, big thighs, (nice bubble butt), and i discovered that i would unintentionally intimidate people. And people would , even though i am well well spoken, literate, & well educated, would assume that i was a meat head, who was stuck on himself. And sometimes, they would treat me like the stereotypical "dumb jock, until i spoke, and then i blew away all of their preconceived notions.
They would look nice crusing the halls the bath house.
i want the first one.
Damn and I thought I was picky. I expected the comments on these pics to all be extremely positive. This is an interesting forum....
Anywayyy... I'd do any and everything with all of them. Extremely hot. Right up my alley.