DuluthMN saidIt is very unlikely you will ever find a gay man who has the mannerisms, attitude and body that these young straight guys have. The thing is though, once we start looking at these sites, somehow we are convinced that 'yep - there must be some guys like this out there for me and I'm not going to compromise until I find him'.
Duluth, if you ever come to Brazil, I need to introduce you to a few of my friends and acquaintances, because I don't know where you got this idea that masculine gay guys are so rare. We would still have to debate what you consider masculine, but I can tell you in advance that I've met gay guys who had the same stereotypical innocence, unsophistication and roughness that you would expect in those stereotypical straight guys. My straight co-workers are far from being sylvester stallones and I too have met many gay guys with the same ordinary masculinity that they have, so I wonder what's behind this straight guy obsession that I see in your country and that you seem to corroborate.
DuluthMN saidLet's see how that's working in 20 years.
What if, after 20 years, this guy is still alone? What would it prove? Maybe this guy has an unreasonable preference, or maybe it's just bad luck - which, considering the numbers you mentioned yourself, is quite probable.
While being alone may be sad, isn't it sadder to be in a relationship that makes no sense? First we are too picky on looks, and now we can't even pick on personality (in which I include mannerisms and attitude)? Then we end up with a relationship with no spontaneous attraction, but who needs such a luxury, isn't it?