In a Times article called, “It’s Hip to Be Round,” Out Editor Aaron Hicklin states, “I sort of think the six-pack abs obsession got so prissy it stopped being masculine. It’s not cool to be seen spending so much time fussing around about your body.”
The collective conclusion from Queerty readers? People who work out are stupid, hot guys are bad in bed and skinny people are “bitches.” Here’s a roundup:
♦ And for those who think that having a belly is un-healthy. I have completed the California AIDS Lifecycle (545 mile bicycle ride)…twice!
♦ I’ve been fat for 30 years (since birth really) … maybe I’m taking it really personally because I’ve been ostracized and treated like less than human by the gay community for my entire life because I didn’t fit in with the muscle queens and the skinny bitches because I carry a few extra pounds.
♦ And before you all start screaming and clawing my eyes out, yes, I go to the gym. However, I guess I’m just intelligent and confident enough to know that there is more to life than rock hard abs.
♦ I can walk faster and work harder than most skinny assed bitches I know.
♦ Don’t forget, its true what they say, fat boys give better head. We spend so much time playing with our mouths that we just get used to working them.
And here’s the counter-argument:
♦ Muscles are hot. I’ve always been attracted to muscular men and always will be.
We don’t know who to rufie first: muscular guys so they’ll sleep with us or Queerty commentors so they’ll shut the fuck up.
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