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tall gay bodybuilder This page has a lot of physique models on it like 6'4" 255 lb. red head Sean Patrick Davey. He is from Minneapolis. Not much is known about him except his stats and that he is a former college jock.  Now he wants to get into Pro Wrestling. 

6'4" 260 lb. bodybuilder Mark Slade is shown about 2005 posing in front of his massage table.  Also known as "Frank Towers," he acted in Straight porno and then started doing Gay porno.  Well, he got blacklisted by the Straight community.  Crushed and unable to earn money he even attempted suicide. He eventually gave up working in porn and moved to Riverside, CA.  At last check he was going to nursing school and hoping to earn a master's degree in Psychology.  He wrote a book about his life called "Victim of Pleasure:  From Frank Towers to Mark Slade."

Unfortunately he didn't even market it. You can't buy it online even if you wanted to.

Also on this page are various photos Gay men have shared on social media, hence the absence of last names.  I take a photo of my neighbor Allen every year at Gay pride and every year he looks great shirtless.  West Hollywood is full of muscle daddies.

President Barack Obama said he is "very proud" of Jason Collins for coming out as gay, the first still-playing male athlete in the four major American team sports to do so. Obama is 6'1" (1.85m) himself.

7'0" (2.13m) Jason Paul Collins (born 1978) is a retired American professional basketball player who played 13 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for Stanford University where he was an All-American in 2000–01, before being drafted 18th overall pick in the 2001 NBA draft by the Houston Rockets. He went on to play for the New Jersey Nets, Memphis Grizzlies, Minnesota Timberwolves, Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards and Brooklyn Nets.

After the 2012–13 NBA season concluded, Collins publicly came out as gay. He became a free agent and did not play again until February 2014, when he signed with the Nets and became the first publicly gay athlete to play in any of four major North American pro sports leagues. In April 2014, Collins featured on the cover of Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World."


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