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Just continuing from the lesbian list.


Some of the comments are funny.

Best Car for the Gay Professional
2006 Porsche Cayman S
It's powerful and pretty, yet outpaces the competition with little effort. The Cayman S is an uncompromising enthusiasts ride. What better way to show your boss that you'll one day have his job than by being the executive you were born to be. Already an exec? Let the other directors salivate over your curves and professional prowess.

Best Car for the New Gay Family
2008 Buick Enclave
Yes, I said a Buick; but there's no need to worry. corporate, family and personal needs (all with style)



Best Twinkmobile
2007 Scion tC
The tC is the most attractive of the youth-oriented Toyota brand. Scion's have mass young gay appeal with customizable packages and teen prices. Could Toyota have gotten it right yet again?

Best Topless Go-Go Getter
2007 Saturn Sky Roadster
Saturn's sexy, economically priced breeze-maker shares a platform with sister roadster, the Pontiac Solstice. The Sky has put a breath of fresh air in the small-town brand. Currently, there is no hard or electronic retractable top option, but a few manual pulls is worth the look and feel of this eye-catcher. And at just above $20,000, Tim Gunn says it best, "And off we go."

Best Ride for the Trendy Gay Man
2007 Volkswagen EOS
Another topless taker on the top gay list. VW's old Rabbit had to be the gayest car ever made. Now it's evolved sister, the EOS, wears the tiara. Ride up or down. Either way, no gay sticker necessary.

Best Ride for the Trendy Gay Man (Urban)
2007 Dodge Charger
Car enthusiasts complained endlessly about the Charger's four doors, but people who actually bought the car fought back with a dismissive "who cares?" The car is hot and even the cheap non-chrome-rim version incites muscle envy. The design has classic roots with modern appeal. Just like today's urban gay man.

Best Lesbian Moving Van
2007 Subaru Forester
What's a top gay car list without top lesbian picks? This year, the Forester takes the moving van honors. Columnist Kathy Belge says, "The Subaru Forester is great for lesbians with kids or dogs." Do lesbians not like cats and pickups anymore?

Best Green Queen
2007 Mercedes-Benz E320 BLUETEC
There's nothing better than a classy man that cares for himself and the environment. Step aside toaster-looking hybrids and teen miniatures, the new Bluetec from Germany boasts MPG figures in the mid-30's. Yes, mid-30's for only about a grand more. Play games if you want, OPEC... the American road trip will never die!

Most Likely Trade Cruiser
2007 Cadillac Escalade
Has someone finally picked up the phone at General Motors? For decades I swear it was disconnected. They seem to be getting their messages now, though. The formula is simple: Build a vehicle that appeals and it will sell. This time they said to heck with the suburbanite in favor of the bling kings who care little about gas prices as long as the chrome rims blind onlookers at 2 MPH.

Best Techno Flagship
2007 Lexus LS
What do you get the gay man that has it all? A car that has it all. The 2007 Lexus LS (if you can call it a car) has more tricks up its sleeve than Sean Michaels. Years ago, luxury carmakers laughed at Toyota's launch of a luxury brand. Now, Lexus leads the world in quality, reliability and now technology. The new 2007 LS is perhaps the most technologically advanced car on the road. Get a shiatsu and vibrating massage in the back seat while viewing your DVD flat screen. Passengers can also lay back in pure bliss with the automatic body temperature sensors and the 19-speaker sound system. Now, if only there were a bar in there.

Best Retail Carriage
2007 Mazda 6
The 6 gives plenty of zoom on a retail queen's budget. Mazda's flagship is also economically priced at about $20,000 MSRP. Good thing... retail worry-ers have little cash for a car note, especially given their tendency to spend every dollar on new season fashions at a 10 percent discount.

Best Dragwagon
2007 Hyundai Sonata
The untrained eye never knows if the dress that drag queen is wearing is couture or just an ebay special- just as the untrained eye won't have a clue that the cleanly-styled Sonata is the best bargain in it's class. The interior is constructed with high-quality lines and materials that make you wonder how carmakers like Ford and Mitsubishi dare sell vehicles with toy plastic at higher prices. Ride in style, spend less and save your money for those wholesale boas.

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-17-2007, 08:30 AM
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I wonder where who ever compiled this list got their information? Did they do surveys or is it just personal observation.

Its funny nonetheless.

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I wonder where who ever compiled this list got their information? Did they do surveys or is it just personal observation.

Its funny nonetheless.
I found the list on About.com Gay Life

I was hoping for the Boxster to show up on it

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I knew Scion would be in there somewhere.

Subaru has been a Lez favorite for ages, but I've been noticing a lot of women with crewcuts in Scion xB lately. LOL.

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I found the list on About.com Gay Life

I was hoping for the Boxster to show up on it
I'm actually surprised it didn't. The lists you are posting have about 2/3 of all cars on the road right now.

Like I said in my other post, looks like gays and lesbians drive the same cars straight people drive. So what's the point of the list?

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I'm actually surprised it didn't. The lists you are posting have about 2/3 of all cars on the road right now.

Like I said in my other post, looks like gays and lesbians drive the same cars straight people drive. So what's the point of the list?
To show there is no difference.

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To show there is no difference.



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I was hoping for the Boxster to show up on it
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To show there is no difference.
To show they actually have good taste. That is why the Boxster was omitted.
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I think a convertible SAAB should be on that list
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I wonder why the Buick Rendezvouz (sp) wasn't on there, cause that shit's gheyed to the max.

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To show they actually have good taste. That is why the Boxster was omitted.
What are you trying to say, John?

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I would think the Miata would be on the list for convertible.
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I actually really like the porche, except I cant even get into it... I mean it to. I actually cant get into that car...
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lol, whenever someone sits in mine for the first time they comment on how little it is. If I were a taller dude (I'm 5'7") I probably would have opted for a different car.

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Caymen S is gay? One helluvah car IMHO and if you get the Turbo S, hell, I'll smoke and pack for that

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Caymen S is gay? One helluvah car IMHO and if you get the Turbo S, hell, I'll smoke and pack for that
Did I miss something, when did the Cayman get a turbo in it? The Cayenne and the Carrera both have models with turbos, but the Boxster and the Cayman don't, as far as I know.

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Just picking on your Pcar

Bug is confusing his Pcars....the Cayman or Cayman S is not offered in a turbo.

Current 911 and the Cayenne are the only turbos in the Porsche lineup.
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Did I miss something, when did the Cayman get a turbo in it? The Cayenne and the Carrera both have models with turbos, but the Boxster and the Cayman don't, as far as I know.
You sir are correct I miss read - The cayman and Cayenne confused me - The cayman is still one helluva a good car for under $60K and I retract my previous comment - It would have to be the Cayenne Turbo S for me to pack, smoke and sell then buy something else after brushing my teeth 714 times and walking kinda funny

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