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1.
A pack of gays, often modeling the character make-up of the television
show, Entourage.

The following is usually represented in a true Gaytourage:

1 (One) Manager/Diva. Will squeal, shout, bark and whine orders to
the Gaytourage. He wants to be heard, but like a true Manager the
Gaytourage doesn't really care.

1 (One) Hip, Up and Coming Gay. Usually newly out of the closet and
sleeping with obscene numbers of men. For the time being, he's the
A-Lister, the one everyone wants a piece of. However, when a new, hot gay
comes flaming out of the closet, this A-Lister will begrudgingly pass
along the torch.

1 (One) C-Lister. The puppy-dog to the Hip/A-Lister Gay. Will cook,
clean, mop, do laundry and even perform fellatio (by desperate and/or
drunken request
only).

1 (One) Nice Friend. This one will always be there for the gays in
need, often serving as a mediator for all of the gay drama. Often
times called the Gay Mama's Boy who is blissfully ignorant to what is
going on behind closed doors. The Gaytourage would internally combust
without this dude's service.

1 (One) Queen Bee. Dictates what parties to frequent, what
low-calorie drinks will be consumed, and what is 'in-or-out'. Always
with the latest fashions, best hair and is, well, Fabulous.

Many (Numerous) Gays-in-Training. Each starts out telling the
Gaytourage "I'm Straight Guys, No I am Not Gay. I just wear bright,
florescent colors because I like them." By the end of his
indoctrination, his hair has product, he's lost the belly fat and is
breaking the hearts of every girl he meets.

In addition to these principle characters, a number of Female Gay Best
Friends surround this group. They provide counseling services, the
latest sorority/city gossip, and help the boys keep their eating in
check. Many will have attempted to sleep with Gaytourage members, but
been rejected by the boy with a feminine giggle, like "Ooooh Harriet,
Stoppp it!"
"Separately they were the token-gay-best friend. But, together, their Gaytourage, was unstoppable."

"Could you imagine Entourage following just one character? No. Didn't think so. That Gaytourage is like the show, all of the pieces are needed to complete the puzzle."
by Gaytourage May 12, 2009