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The Gays Are Baring It All On This New Twitter Feature

The Gays Are Baring It All On This New Twitter Feature

This is the ‘Circle’ you're gonna wanna get into.

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Love it or hate it, Twitter is one of the ways we connect with friends, families, and (most importantly) hot strangers on the internet — and now the platform has rolled out a feature that is going to make that latter category even hotter.

We’re of course talking about Circles, which allows users to make posts visible only to specific followers, similar to “Close Friends Story” on Instagram or the “Private Story” on Snapchat.

Gays on Twitter immediately recognized its potential — potential for sharing nudes, that is.

Now, if you have a group of followers or friends who are thirsting for one another, or just want the occasional saucy photo, it’s as easy as creating a circle and dropping in those D pics.

What could possibly go wrong? A stray public photo that was meant to go in Circles only here. Some gay drama that was meant for the Circles only, there. It’s about to get messy. We can’t wait, and neither can gay Twitter, which is sounding off on social media about it.

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Rachel Shatto

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Rachel Shatto, Editor in Chief of PRIDE.com, is an SF Bay Area-based writer, podcaster, and former editor of Curve magazine, where she honed her passion for writing about social justice and sex (and their frequent intersection). Her work has appeared on Elite Daily, Tecca, and Joystiq, and she podcasts regularly about horror on the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network. She can’t live without cats, vintage style, video games, drag queens, or the Oxford comma.

Rachel Shatto, Editor in Chief of PRIDE.com, is an SF Bay Area-based writer, podcaster, and former editor of Curve magazine, where she honed her passion for writing about social justice and sex (and their frequent intersection). Her work has appeared on Elite Daily, Tecca, and Joystiq, and she podcasts regularly about horror on the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network. She can’t live without cats, vintage style, video games, drag queens, or the Oxford comma.