Sunday, March 9, 2014

Hot European men

Here's an early-morning SmartPhone post on day 2 of our adventure just before we head out into Athens.  All of today's pics are of Athens men who messaged ne on Grindr.

1.  Athens is fucking freezing! (-10 C) but it will warm up later in the week.  It's feels even colder than back home because of the dampness.  Luckily I brought warm winter clothes.

2.  European men are absolutely gorgeous!  Generally, they're very much hotter than the ones I see back home even in Toronto or DC.  (This observation is based only the men in the Frankfurt airport and in Athens, men in the 18 - 55 age range. )

The reasons:  A.  Here; there is not the obesity problem of North America.  All the men look fit and are far slimmer than back home.  I've not seen a single chubby guy in his 20s.
B.  They all wear really TIGHT jeans, super stylish and all embellished with design elements; be it the distressed or bleached look,  metal accents, embroidered designs and the like.  C:   Every man wears fabulous European shoes.  'Nuff said.  It makes an eenormous difference so matter what else a man is wearing.
3.  Why didn't anyone tell me how stunning the German men are?  Steely blue eyes, chiseled features, with an air of authority, they all looked like dom tops to me.  The German men in uniform at Frankfurt airport security were so hot;  all our female students (and me) were all a-tingle.

The German hottie security men did random, EXTREMELY thorough body searches which some of our group found upsetting but sadly, I wasn't picked.  Damn!

4.  In Athens,  I switched on Grindr and instantly received many messages from Greek men;  all handsome, dark, slim and in their 20s, some very young and all very, very persistent.  In part, this flurry of interest of interest was because of "The Fresh Meat Syndrome."

There are some interesting differences when compared to similar exchanges back home.  Firstly,  they all sent face pics at a very early stage, unasked.  Such openness!

There was no sexual explicitness at all, no quizzing on cock size or  the inevitable "R U a top?" question.  Refreshing!   And they all wanted to meet for coffee, even the 20 year old dude.  So European!   Back home, 20-ish men NEVER meet me for coffee.

And they were all extremely persistent.  I told them "not available" several times and they kept pushing for a meeting.  Back home, if I tell a 20- something dude "no", he won't ask again.

In Athens,  very bad economic times mean that 20ish men live at home and can never host.  I suspect that their major sexual outlet involves trolling for sex with the countless men in hotels who come here as tourists.

Well, it's time to start banging on doors to make sure our 54 students are awake!

16 comments:

  1. Welcome to Europe! Hope you have a fabulous time!

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  2. On one of the student trips I co-directed, we took them first to Istanbul (also frigid in mid-March) and then to Athens and capped it with an Aegean cruise through Crete and Santorini then up the Turkish coast. For some of the students it was life-changing -- have a wonderful (if sex-less) time!

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    1. We're also going on a similar cruise through the Greek Islands and to Turkey. Exciting!

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    2. Will, i'd be interested to hear in what way the trip was life-changing.

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  3. Great start! Hope all 54 are actually IN their rooms!

    Peace <3
    Jay

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    1. So far the students have been great!

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  4. Loved the Med area when I visited it 10 years ago. And yes, the men are wonderful. Too bad you aren't there in summer. Swim wear in Europe is much more exciting than here. In Russia I think it must be a rule that they all wear black speedo's. It was all I saw.

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    1. Yes, it is definitely my plan to return to the Mediterranean coast in the summer one day ... i'm thinking of Italy ..... because the men are the best kissers.

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  5. Have a great time mate. WOW what an adventure. Take it all in, the men, the history, the lifestyle. You lucky duck,

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    1. Thanks, Justin! I wish you were here with me!

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  6. Istanbul? You mean Constantinople.

    With the Muslims in charge, corruption and economic collapse is only a matter of time. Just one of the many sad, lingering effects of the Crusades -- and Chrisitanity's influence in Eastern Europe -- being lost.

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    1. My mistake: we actually didn't go there at all. Our only stop in Turkey was Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

      I loved Turkey! What we saw of it was fantastic!

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  7. Gotta love gorgeous men!! hehe. Ohh all the eye candy!!

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