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LeNairXavier

If you are not showing a RAINBOW of colors in your models, then you are NOT showing the real New York City boys.

Where are the Blacks? Where are the Asians? Why aren't they shown here? For they ALSO make up the real New York City boys. So as a native New Yorker proud of that rainbow of colors, tones, shades, ethnicities, and cultures, to see that absent YET you insist on calling it "New York City Boys" makes this a fraud.

Josh

To LeNairXavier: Loosen up man... It seems obvious the title is no exclusion to any other boys than shown here. It's just a title and its just a collection of beautiful pictures. Jeez, what's your problem. Its not like the author is making a political statement here, is it. Grow up.
Oh for your information, I'm not white and yes, I do live in NYC

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