It is entirely possible that your group is not listed. Subgroups of wolves can be found in aging wolves, which are gay men with wolf-like features that are starting to turn a bit gray.Finally, some may disagree with these labels as there continues to be ongoing friction regarding what they mean. And then there are full-on silver or gray wolves, terms that describes an older wolf with gray or white facial and body hair.A big question that often comes up for parents is friendships versus relationships.While your average 15-year-old boy is unlikely to ask if a girl can sleep over (although some do), a gay teen may have many friends of the same sex whom he sees without supervision, talks to behind closed doors, or asks to spend the night in his bedroom.
Talk about consequences if they do choose to break the rules. Make sure that your reservations come from your teen, and not from discomfort around their sexual orientation.
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.
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.
Does that have to change if you now know your teen is attracted to the same sex?