Steven La Vigne, 71. Me: Relaxed, horny, hairy, polite, bear daddy, neg and on PrEP. Especially like hairy guys! Prefer groups, 1:1 OK, too. When the nuts get heavy they need to be drained. Will you be the plumber? Politeness counts. Don't be rude. Not answering with at least a thank you is just plain rude!. Game players bore me. Don't waste my time! Very eclectic. I like Reading, Writing, Movies, Theatre, Opera, Travel, Music, Sex and much more!.

Minneapolis, Minnesota
Joined Jan 2015
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10 Loved Places


  • Marie's Crisis West Village, New York
  • Cafe Latte St. Paul, St. Paul
  • Nicollet Mall Downtown Minneapolis, Minneapolis
  • Rainbow Road Downtown Minneapolis, Minneapolis
  • The Metropolitan Opera Upper West Side, New York
  • steven.lavigne
    steven.lavigne reviewed Marie's Crisis Over a year ago
    Loves it

    A joy and treasure
    What a gem! A gay showtune piano bar. I've had so much fun here over the years, and had a nice chat with a bartender there after I saw one of the worst shows I've ever seen on Broadway, Lestat, the musical. I turned my niece on to this place and plan to visit again soon!

  • steven.lavigne
    steven.lavigne reviewed The Metropolitan Opera Over a year ago
    Loves it

    If you like spectacle, this is the place
    I've been to the Met many times and always sit up in the Family Circle, because it's up there that you see genuine spectacle that will blow you away. For Dialogues des Carmilites, the shadows cast as a cage imprisoned the nuns was amazing; the contrasting cartoon and realistic sets for Manon were amazing, but it was Turandot, with its lake onstage that spectacle was at its finest. The royal palace is the only set I've ever seen that got applause. Not to mention those incredible voices. The Met is our nation's real showplace!