Summer of the A24 Bottom” and encouraged all gays to wear their favorite 5-inch inseams. In recent days, Gay Twitter™ has advanced the discourse to full-on bottom-praising, finally giving the unsung heroes of homosexuality their much-warranted due.All it took was a top commending all of the bottoms out there on a blessed Sunday morning.
Hallelujah! i’m always amazed at the level of effort it takes to be a good bottom. like i can just roll up and pound for 30 minutes but you spent countless hours of your life leading up to this moment, preparing and training your hole like an elite athlete.
tops are truly not worthyThat’s some real talk that should be treated as gospel. Bottoming is a labor-intensive activity. So much, in fact, that it even has its own subculture.Within “bottom culture,” a lot of attention is understandably paid to diet and digestion.
There are certain foods that ensure bottoms will tap out before the final course arrives, and those must be avoided. Gay chef Alex Hall and his husband Mike Floeck run their own TikTok page dedicated to bottom-friendly recipes.