(Photo Credits: Tom Daley’s Official Instagram Account)
Have you been following the 2020 Summer Olympics, guys? Officially, it’s called the Games of the XXXII Olympiad. It started on July 21 in Tokyo, Japan and is expected to finish on August 8, 2021.
Reportedly, out of 11,326 competitors and participants in this year’s Olympics, over 160 of them are publicly out LGBTQ athletes. You can check the complete list here which includes the countries they represent.
We have been following some of the competitions and we are happy and proud to share that openly gay athlete Tom Daley won his first Olympic diving gold medal in the men’s synchronized 10 meters platform with his partner, Matty Lee.
Having said all that, our eagle eyes spotted quite a handful of Olympic hotties, some of whom are the following:
- Tom Daley – the 27-year-old British diver, television personality, and YouTube vlogger clinched his first Olympic gold medal this year. It’s exactly 13 years after he first started competing in the Olympics at the age of 14, and 20 years after he first started diving at the age of 7.
Daley, who came out in 2013 through a YouTube video, married Oscar-winning filmmaker Dustin Lance Black in 2017.
- Luke Michael Gebbie – the 24-year-old Filipino-Kiwi Olympic swimmer will be competing for a spot in men’s 50m freestyle event on Friday, July 30. He previously broke the Philippine record in Men’s 100-meter Freestyle with a time of 49.64s.
- Nick Wagman – is Team USA’s alternate for dressage event. The 48-year-old equestrian lives in San Diego with his husband Kurt.
In an interview with NBC, Wagman revealed that horses are what got him through high school “in one piece.” He said, “I didn’t have a lot of gay friends, to be honest with you. … I was targeted as ‘the gay kid,’ even though I wasn’t out. So this was my outlet. It was my safe space.”
- Max Irving – this member of the US Men’s Water Polo team is a three-time All-American at UCLA. Irving is 26 years old, he hails from Long Beach, California. The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo is his first Olympics.
- Lee Yong-dae – this 32-year-old professional badminton player from South Korea started playing badminton at the age of 8. Lee won the gold medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing for Mixed doubles while he earned a bronze at the 2012 Olympics in London for Men’s doubles.
- Douglas Souza – is a member of Brazilian men’s national volleyball team who won the gold in Rio in 2016. Souza is openly gay, and this 25-year-old is the most followed volleyball player in the world on Instagram, a photo and video sharing social media app.
“I want to be remembered as Douglas, who made history as the first homosexual in volleyball who managed to play at a high level,” Souza reportedly said last year, according to World of Volley. “I want to be a mirror of nonstandard people. I am nonstandard. I’m also extremely thin and that scares some people. If I, a skinny, tiny boy from the interior of São Paulo, succeeded, you’ll also succeed. That’s how I want to be remembered.”
What is really “The Point” or “The Emphasis”?
Is it Athletic Achievements or Gay Notoriety?
Being Gay neither give them athletic strength, prowess, tenacity or grace: It was “The Puritan Work Ethic.” Hard work rewards.
The fact that someone is Gay is incidental as orientation is an “Albatross Upon The Brow of The Competitor.”
Leave The Gay where it belongs… within the bedroom and allow Athleticism to prosper where it belongs…for the whole world to see and relish.
They are Olympic athletes. Why does gay matter? Aren’t they supposed to be equal to all the other athletes? Isn’t equality what the Community says they want.. demand? And on top of that, they have now been loaded as “hot young meat” sex objects to be wanked over. After all, the chances of any of us meeting with them or having any kind of encounter with them are few and far between. Let’s grow up, think “nice looking guy” in our heads, and move on with some style and class so people in general will respect gay guys going forward.
Jesus fucking Christ. Take your virtue signal bullshit and just shove it up your ass already, why don’t you? The article is just trying to have a bit of fun.
No need to get your skirt all up in the Air…although, it would remove the stench?
enjoy a cocktail on Kasper! Perhaps, a semi-sweet Manhattan? Or, a choice piece of confection from Mrs. Gump’s favorite Box of Chocolates?
I have to say, those beautiful, long, muscular arms on Max Irving are unbelievable. I can imagine laying naked in bed with those beautiful appendages wrapped around me pre or post coital and that being the highlight of the night. What a beautiful man.
dont see anything hot about these men… i must have poor taste
Most of them don’t do anything for me, either. If anyone needs some serious fapping material, just google shirtless pictures of Caeleb Dressel.
I agree with you about the rest; but what about Tom?
The header photo–Tom Daley in blue speedo, in royal blue background is extraordinary. What a sculpted masterpiece of muscular male athlete he is. Those legs are particularly awesome!
Where are the “hotties” other than Tom?
While I think more of Caeleb’s build than most swimmers, smooth guys and tattoos don’t do anything for me. That said I think these men being gay should be mentioned, it’s as important as all the other things they report on these guys – where they come from, where they went to school – if married – have kids- I also agree with those that say all the girl talk about who is hot – and how beautiful they are and how you might fantasize about being with them is best kept for the late-night parts of a teen girls… Read more »
This might be a bit of a news flash, but the comments sections on A4A articles are very much the equivalent of a teen girls’ slumber party.
Nice body…..but I gotta agree with Daddy Ricky that tattoos are a major TURN OFF! Why ruin a body with them?
have to admire his fat percentage and muscle tone but a swimmer’s body isn’t for me. Give me a furry weight lifter anytime
Gay Olympic hotties, Is there no pressing issues in the community that we have to see this again? Anyone?