Manaaaaas, estas hombras no se encueran nada más porque sí o para ganar likes como ustedes, puercassss inventadaaaaas!!!!
Noooo, ellas tienen un increíble mensaje detrás. Se trata de la cuenta de Instagram The Travelin Bum.
Todos los hombres gay pueden enviar sus fotos enseñando sus retaguardiassss durante un viaje y comparten la historia de cómo salieron del clóset y cómo hicieron paz con sus cuerpaaaas!!
Aquí les dejo algunas de las mejoras fotas para que se inspiren, hijassss!!!
“I commissioned and graduated from The Catholic University of America and Georgetown University. Politics double minor philosophy and theology. I’m single unfortunately, I thought I had someone or the prospects of building something with someone as I’m deployed but seems not anymore. I believe people have it wrong when they think that their passion for life stems from professional value because it would lead to value more the life they live. Passion should be for all things.I’m a hopeless romantic, I’m a raver and love EDM festivals and the concept of PLUR. I’m very open and outgoing. Currently I’m deployed in Iraq as an Army Officer. Personally I’m learning as I go and developing a self awareness, self value, and self worth with hard and painful lessons. However, I’m hopeful because of the way I’m wired and learned from the values I acquired from my mother. I’m very open minded except for shear ignorance and the choice of being stupid. Definitely a someone who is bold, a leader, and adventurous.”
“A series of unexpected events led me to being naked on top of a beautiful mountain in New Zealand. There were two major components that propelled me 5 miles completely up a mountain. “Shame & Peace. ” I have been running from shame and trying to rid it from my soul for as long as I can remember. There were few moments in my life where my mind, body, heart and soul existed in peace and harmony. I was constantly trying to change myself to be “better”. Yet when I came to the country of New Zealand, an acquaintance from Hawaii invited me on a road trip of a lifetime in the most bomb spray painted camper van ever! (It is now tattooed on my leg). Our first day on the South Island, we walked under an arch that said peace, perfect peace. Little did I know that I would be finding out what those words meant over the next coming months. That brings me to this picture on top of Roys Peak overlooking Lake Wanaka. Over the course of this trip, I fought against shame. I was able to accept and let go of so much fear and insecurity just by embracing who I was born to be. Being able to bare everything that I am to this world and only have beauty shown back at me allowed for light to shine in the darkest of places. Seeds of hope were planted in places that once were barren and lifeless. This trip was the start to the lifelong journey of healing and peace. I am better human today because in this moment I surrendered everything I used to cover my nakedness. I chose to stare my shame down until all that I could see was the endless beauty this world has to offer.”
“Hey guys I’m 20 years old and a student at the university of Kansas studying architecture. I’ve always been obsessed with bustling cities surrounded with buildings but it’s always been great to be in nature and completely free. It’s always just a breath of literal fresh air to be able to stand and just see nothing but trees and beauty surrounding you. Far from what I’m studying in school but it’s just relaxing.”