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Peter LaBarbera is Impressed with the 'Simply Ridiculous' Male Bodies at the White Party: VIDEO

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Anti-gay wingnut Peter LaBarbera (seen HERE outside the Illinois marriage equality bill ceremony) is impressed by the gay male muscle on display in a promo video for the White Party in Palm Springs, pointing out on Twitter that it is "simply ridiculous."

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  1. Wow, he's barely even trying now to sublimate his lust for other men.

    Posted by: Håkon | Mar 7, 2014 1:51:03 PM


  2. Peter LaBarbera isn't wrong on this. The gay male scene is built on a sex act.

    Posted by: roger | Mar 7, 2014 1:51:57 PM


  3. Oh, stfu Roger. What a ridiculous generalization.

    Posted by: Mikey | Mar 7, 2014 1:57:55 PM


  4. ummm.. that video is ridiculous. if for the costumes at least

    Posted by: Mike | Mar 7, 2014 1:59:44 PM


  5. He is right about these circuit parties and the VAST majority of guys who go to them are ridiculous

    Posted by: Perry | Mar 7, 2014 2:03:08 PM


  6. Circuit parties are representative of nothing at all.

    Posted by: Chuck | Mar 7, 2014 2:03:14 PM


  7. @ Roger - which sex act would that be? I wouldn't want to give up any of them.

    Enjoying looking at guys is only natural. Straight guys are the same with women or there wouldn't be titty bars and straight porn. For almost 30 years, my husband and I had sex only with each other, but we both liked looking. In fact, we would often point a guy out to each other.

    Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Mar 7, 2014 2:03:16 PM


  8. Really?

    Muscle I can live with but cowboy hats? Disco balls? Tinfoil wings? JPG sailor hats?

    Is it still 1994? Literally nothing has changed since I was last at one of these things. I thought we were supposed to be creative?

    Posted by: Chuck | Mar 7, 2014 2:05:47 PM


  9. Why are people like Peter LaBarbera fixated on gay stuff, there has to be a reason. I mean, most gay people ignore gay stuff even.

    Posted by: Randal Oulton | Mar 7, 2014 2:11:10 PM


  10. Normal people aren't fixated on something that should have no relevance to their lives. There's something hilariously wrong when a "straight" guy is more invested in the gay party scene--and its superficial eye-candy--than the vast majority of gay men. That's way more ridiculous than a bunch of guys dancing in skimpy outfits.

    I just got back from Mardi Gras. Zillions of silly straight people there, but I have a feeling Pete finds their shenanigans less, um, titillating.

    Posted by: Ernie | Mar 7, 2014 2:26:28 PM


  11. This is a generalization but I've known the kind of people that tend to frequent these events and they often are pretty vapid, superficial, looks-obsessed, gym bunny, party-drug users. And I say this as someone who is physically fit, that while on the outside I could blend into this scene, I would feel my soul and brain rotting in that environment.

    And LaBarbera seems to be fixated on the male form. Hmm...

    Posted by: SpaceCadet | Mar 7, 2014 2:29:18 PM


  12. The circuit party scene isn't generally for me, and certainly doesn't represent all (or even a significant portion) of gays. Should I judge all straight people based on Cancun Spring Break, Mardi Gras, or the Bud Light singles cruise? What a ridiculous notion.

    But honestly what is the problem with people dancing to dance music in fun costumes? Does he hate all dancing? Does he hate Halloween just as much? Pfft.

    Posted by: Rich | Mar 7, 2014 2:35:52 PM


  13. But-but-but for why he is promoting it?

    Posted by: wally tickmanr | Mar 7, 2014 2:42:47 PM


  14. Circuit parties are playtime for, adults; or, at least, for adults who are enjoying a protracted adolescence. I see no real reason to get down on it except that I'm afraid drug deaths are pretty well-known in that scene. Boys like to party and play. Get over it. I can't help suspecting that the people who say the most negative things about such events are those who would never (for whatever reason) feel comfortable enough to go to them. (Like LaBarbera, for example). Nothing wrong not choosing it, but when one's personal discomfort generates animus toward those with different feelings, well, that's an issue. Certainly Roger's generalization is kind of off-the-wall: what is the "gay male scene"? I'm a gay male, but circuit parties aren't my scene. Sex acts, however, have been a big part of my life over the years. I've had a dynamite time and don't regret it. And now I'm having a dynamite time living a much quieter life. I see no reason to trash one or the other.

    Posted by: DannyEastVillage | Mar 7, 2014 2:45:13 PM


  15. oh, and I agree with other posters here: LaBarbera does seem to spend a lot of time, uh, investigating this kind of gay-cultural artifact. One can't help suspecting that he does so with his weapon in his hand.

    Posted by: DannyEastVillage | Mar 7, 2014 2:46:48 PM


  16. Hot pits!

    Posted by: Astro Boy | Mar 7, 2014 2:51:39 PM


  17. @Roger

    But the millions of titty bars across the world and countless straight men who gyrate with scantily clad women in clubs nightly everywhere is just fine?
    Stop the self-hate. I've never been to a circuit party, but in the grand scheme of things, it's not a big deal. It's just gay men celebrating through music and dance with one another. Get *over* yourself.

    Posted by: Canny | Mar 7, 2014 2:56:26 PM


  18. Are circuit parties still a thing?

    It's been years since I've been to one, but I gotta love the vapid, superficial, looks-obsessed comments that suggest everyone who attends one is exactly the same. There were all types at them: skinny, muscly, bears, young, old, druggies, drinkers, sober folks. The only common element is that they all liked to dance.

    Posted by: crispy | Mar 7, 2014 2:58:49 PM


  19. @Roger - As if the straight male scene isn't built on a sex act? LOL!

    And yes, that's just as big a generalization, but you need to hang out with some young, straight men and learn that gay or straight, men are men, and are interested in sex.

    Posted by: Retro | Mar 7, 2014 2:59:55 PM


  20. "mainstream gay culture "

    I must have fallen down a rabbit hole.

    Posted by: JackFknTwist | Mar 7, 2014 3:03:26 PM


  21. I have read that Peter LaBarbera has decided that the gay male party culture requires further study to ascertain the extent of its silliness. His staff has indicated that he will be attending the White Party in Palm Springs 2014 purely as an observer and in his capacity as a researcher on the topic of gay male party silliness. He intends to do as much research as possible during his time at the Party and will attend as many events as he can. His publicist has described LaBarbera as a tireless advocate for Christian families who knows no bounds in his willingness to sacrifice himself so that he can impart essential knowledge to the Christian world about the extent of silliness of gay male party culture.

    Posted by: Dan Cobb | Mar 7, 2014 3:06:31 PM


  22. Looks like Towleroad has a stiff competitor on providing the latest in gay news and events.

    Posted by: Tom | Mar 7, 2014 3:07:57 PM


  23. Yes the White Party is very ridiculous. A bunch of plucked bottoms trying to out muscle each other fighting over the 3 tops that show up...

    Posted by: tim | Mar 7, 2014 3:15:05 PM


  24. circuit party bodies = steroids

    Posted by: Moz's | Mar 7, 2014 3:16:10 PM


  25. I'd like to thank Peter for drawing my attention to this video. I wouldn't mind re-dic-ulizing any of these guys.

    Posted by: Randy | Mar 7, 2014 3:17:18 PM


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