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There are several subtypes of bear, which include: John Travolta (born in 1954) is a good example of a bear.
Characteristically, a bear is a large, possibly heavy gay man that could also be muscular.
A fairly large protruding belly is a defining characteristic of a bear.
Masculinity is also a key feature of bears, and some bears are so caught up in projecting a masculine image that they shun other would-be bears who appear to be too effeminate.
That said, many bears consider themselves to be harmless and even playful.
After conducting extensive research on gay body types, collecting survey opinions from gay blogs, and plugging the data into high-grade statistical analysis software, the typologies of gay male body types can now be revealed. Athletic but not super built, a person can be an otter regardless of age and they are considered to be part of the larger bear community.Much of the analysis draws upon search phrases via Google’s algorithms. To simplify the process (and for giggles), I've used popular film and television celebrity photos as a point of reference. In the gay world, an otter is considered a thin gay male that is hairy and may or may not use a trimmer to shorten body hair. Otters usually have smaller frames when compared to the heavier cub or bear and look a lot like what you would see in a picture of an otter . Think of otters being somewhere between cubs and bears.At the end of this article, there’s a link to a gay census website where you can punch in your information to find out your potential category. They’re not as massive as bears and are certainly smaller than cubs. Notice in the photograph how he is slightly hairy and might even trim to reduce the hair on his chest and torso.Please note that I have not included all of the groups here and the ones that are here may have a subgroup. You might remember Scott from a number of movies and TV shows, including films like Semi-hairy, muscular, lean, attractive, and sexually aggressive, wolves are sometimes considered as part of the larger bear community or on the bear spectrum. Some might also describe wolves as slimmer bears but there is a lot of disagreement on this.Gay men often use descriptive terms to identify and label other men within the wider gay community.
No doubt you’ve heard of some of these labels, like jock, otter, bear, cub, wolf, and so forth.