THIS IS A PRINT NOT AN ORIGINAL
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This poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it'll add a touch of sophistication to any room.
• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant
This is an unsigned PRINT is based on an original oil painting
"In the Stall Next to Mine," 36x36 inches by Kenney Mencher
The original painting can be found here,
The painting depicts a scene many of us are familiar with from gay culture before the advent of Grindr and other dating and hookup apps. The random public bathroom hookup that might happen if you walked into a bathroom in a park, the subway, or even at work.
Before there was Grindr...
Wikipedia defines “cruising” as “walking or driving about a locality in search of a sex partner, usually of the anonymous, casual, one-time variety.”
This is a fair definition, but some guys would define cruising more loosely: a basic sex hunt, not something you specifically set out to do but rather something you are always doing. We do it on the subway and in the office and anywhere a handsome gentleman might lift his shirt to wipe sweat off his forehead. In our minds, we lift his shirt the rest of the way and tug on the brim of his trousers with our teeth.
If you make eye contact with him and discover (wordlessly and without complete certainty) that you are both interested, then voila! You’ve cruised. Now all you have to do is work up the courage to talk to him, give him your number, or nod to the exit. The following hookup may happen in your apartment, in a public restroom, or in the alley out back. Wherever you choose, you are engaging in an art that gay and bi men have been perfecting for decades.
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