Other celebrity bear body types include the now-deceased James Gandolfini (best known for his role as Tony Soprano) and actor and comedian Robin Williams (also deceased).For gay men, the term cub is used to describe a younger (or younger-looking) male that is usually husky or heavier in body type and is almost always hairy.A wrap on the twink is that many think the world revolves around them.Twunks are a more muscular version of twinks, and some have assigned feminine and masculine characteristics to twunks.There are several subtypes of bear, which include: John Travolta (born in 1954) is a good example of a bear.At one time, Travolta was considered to be a gym bunny or even a wolf, but as he’s grown older he’s developed key bear body traits (especially a belly).Pups are known for their lack of experience in the gay world, as well as for being naïve, energetic and cute.They may have similar body types to twinks (see end of article) however, pups usually are super new to the gay world whereas twinks are not.
Much of the analysis draws upon search phrases via Google’s algorithms. To simplify the process (and for giggles), I've used popular film and television celebrity photos as a point of reference. In the gay world, an otter is considered a thin gay male that is hairy and may or may not use a trimmer to shorten body hair. Otters usually have smaller frames when compared to the heavier cub or bear and look a lot like what you would see in a picture of an otter . Think of otters being somewhere between cubs and bears.Masculinity is also a key feature of bears, and some bears are so caught up in projecting a masculine image that they shun other would-be bears who appear to be too effeminate.That said, many bears consider themselves to be harmless and even playful.Though they share some similarities to cubs, pups are not involved in the bear community and likely do not even know this community exists.You often hear seasoned gay men tell very young gay men who are just coming out things like, "You are just a young pup—you have a lot to learn." or "You are just a pup—you’re just a baby!