Beautiful Bois *1

milkboys Beautiful Bois 10 Comments

There are thousands of sites out there posting pretty boys. I always tried to make milkboys a bit different, make it stand out from the crowd and share things that you might not find on the usual blogs and tumblrs.

One thing that’s important to me is the fact that milkboys is a queer community, not a gay one. I want to cover all shades of that rainbow and celebrate everyone in this amazing community; including people who are bi, trans, intersex, genderqueer etc.

There already is a lot of content related to these parts of the community on milkboys but I’d like this to be reflected in the pictures posted here more than it was so far. So let’s start with a theme day dedicated to bois!


1. in the queer community, a young transgender or androgynous or masculine female person who presents themselves in a young, boyish way; a boidyke; often also identifies as genderqueer; 

2. in the gay community, a young gay man; 

3. in the BDSM community, someone who presents themselves in a young, boyish way and is usually a bottom/submissive; 

4. an alternate spelling of boy often used by teenage boys.

Vincent Littlehat

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  1. He looks about 11 or 12. Either that or he has no cock and balls or it’s a flat chested girl. As a femboy I like my men with bulges.

    Ehst is it with femmes that are attracted to bisexuals and bisexuals attracted to deemed? Is it the attraction of opposites?

    Mind you, in saying that, I do like to see us femmes especially the young ones get a good throw of the dice.

  2. “Vincent” is a nom de plume, a stage name, an alias. Ol’ Vince is a chick. Yeah, I’d do her.

  3. milkboys: “I want to cover all shades of that rainbow and celebrate everyone in this amazing community;”

    And yet, you have never offered specifically pro-atheist articles and images [say, of well-known people such as actors, politicians, etc] specifically promoting atheist ideas and activities. It’s well known that the LGBT+ “community” is the largest group of collected atheists, agnostics and “nones” [of any organized religion].

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