Jul 21, 2010 12:51 AM GMT
Is Lafayatte the ideal gay man? He's confident, built, tough and in touch with the dichotic nature that being a gay male can entail. Does anyone else think that Lafayette is a trope that more gay men can look to as a model for an enlightened gay masculinity that acknowledges our masculine selves without having to mimic an oppressor style of being i.e. "straight-acting" or passing?