Pros and Cons
- very unique nude gay selfies
- user comments & ratings
- reasonably priced
- unclear update schedule
- can't track your favorites
- nonexclusive content
I happened up Lurid Digs way back in the day before it was a pay site, thanks to a tip from a girl I used to know. I know she thought it was straight-out funny, but honey, I have to admit that some of the amateurs actually got me pretty hot and bothered. And I appreciated how they were helping to break down stereotypes.
After all, a lot of folks think that gays are born to the role of decorator - well, at least those who don't make it as hairstylists or makeup artists. And in case the name LuridDigs didn't tip you off, let me explain that you're not just seeing average guys of all shapes and sizes in full-body nude selfies, but you're also catching a glimpse into their living spaces - and "Better Homes And Gardens" ain't where they live.
Just head into the "basement" section of the site and you'll find photos of naked dudes posing in rooms that are messy, decorated with unusual themes, or over-the-top in some other way, like maybe an entire wall has floor-to-ceiling shelves loaded with action figures. Each image is accompanied by a cynical write-up that's normally quite witty and funny.
As snide as they can be about the failure of the guys' design concepts, they should really think about how they might make their own site better. For example, there are 467 images to work your way through (five to a page), with only a "next digs" and a "prior digs" button to move through them all. It's not good navigation. Oh, and there aren't any Zip files.
Now, although the archive of photos is the main attraction, which by the way you can also comment on, there are a couple of other sections that combine to bring you 3,131 videos. The "First Floor" has 187 average-quality flicks that you can download and there are also 2,944 streaming-only vids in "The Penthouse" area of the site. The streaming-only movies are good in quality.
In the end, I love the concept behind Lurid Digs and so will you! I don't know if you're going to want to stick around long-term though, because it's hard to know how often they're actually adding new content. Nevertheless, a membership is inexpensive enough to check it out.