A polite, yet condescending, phrase from the 1980's to describe homosexual males, especially those of the more flamboyant or effeminate side, and those that took care of closeted businessmen.
Referenced in the Dire Straits song "Les Boys" from the "Making Movies" record
Les Boys do Cabaret.
Les Boys are proud to be gay
A group of young, boastful and often times borderline arrogant young men with a penchant for an activity played on ice that's sometimes considered a brawl to begin with but a game in the end, or possibly the other way around, and is known to the general public as "ice hockey." These young men have a taste for grit and a love for finesse and use such obscure terminology such as "Dangling and tricks with skates and sticks," or "Atta boy lad! Keep wheelin!" These young men have indomidable spirits and are known to make poor boyfriends from the months October through May.
Broadski: The Stanley Cup Finals are tommorow.
Arnie: Party at my place, invite all of "les boys."