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You're more likely to find them at a gallery opening or model party, but every so often they'll be at a gay bar to rub elbows, and other parts, with the other homos.Many of the parties have died off, but they're still dancing to bad tribal house wherever they can.Subcategories: Tweekers, muscle Marys, those queens who twirl flags at dance parties New York City Hang Out: Alegria Diva of Choice: Deborah Cox remixed by Junior Vasquez Preoccuptions: Pecs, ecstasy, house music, conformity, backne, the afterparty Top or Bottom: Bottom Celebrity Example: This is such a specific type it doesn't really exists in the world at large, but the Platonic ideal of a circuit boy is DJ Brett Henrichsen Gay-Listers Body Type: Body toned by the personal trainer, hair done by celebrity stylist, wardrobe picked out at Barneys Description: These are the uppity homos who live the good life, and are generally too good for you. They usually work in advertising, PR, marketing, or the entertainment industry and make a ton of cash which they use to have perfect apartments, fantastic wardrobes, and summer homes near all the other gay-listers.That said, when the gays see a fellow homosexual in the public sphere, we try to plug them into the convenient taxonomy the community has made for itself.That's right, we have our own stereotypes for each other, and they're much more specific than you can ever imagine.