Twinks Rule In These 10 Cities Around The World

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4. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is one of the most liberated cities in the world, featuring five distinct gayborhoods. There’s a healthy smattering of leather and fetish bars throughout Amsterdam–we wouldn’t call the city liberated if there weren’t–but twinky destinations remain all the rage.

Your search for specimens will likely lead you to Prik, a watering hole with a lounge feel. And if it’s the weekend, Trut is a solid option as well as Boysclub 21 for all of those wanting some true european exposure.

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8 Comments

  • Louis

    Campus and Stock bars in Montreal are strip clubs, not dance clubs, thanks.

  • sxg

    So where do the hairy muscle studs rule??? That way I can move there!

  • Tom Lane

    Many of the guys pictured are not what I could call “twinks”

  • Timelover

    What a load of bollocks. I’ve been to most of these cities and have lived in both Sydney AND London. Twinks DO NOT rule in any of these. The twink that wrote this article is obviously deluded.

  • Alexis

    Wait, wait, wait : Päris is in France, not in Spain. So, the gay neighbourhood is “Le Marais” and not “Le Marias”…
    Easier to find once in Paris and if you have to ask

  • ArtistLike

    “Le Marias” tops the list of “twink dominated cities” (e.g., ten randomly selected international cities). Great journalism and great editing. Well done. I hope the second list begins with “El New Yorko,” the U.S. counterpart to “Le Marias.”

  • Andy82

    The fact that this list excludes Berlin shows how unserious it is.

  • Anonymous

    I think the term “twinks” is derogatory. Like calling a young women a “chick.” Hopefully we’re past those days. We should have respect for our gay youth, honor them, rather than putting such emphasis on their age, prettiness and sexual appeal. Self-worth is important and objectification can be harmful. Let’s raise the bar.