Woman Takes Pictures Of Nyle DiMarco On Train And It’s Adorable And Acceptable

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Sam Robeson - April 25, 2018

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Is there anything more endearing than objectifying someone by taking unsolicited pictures of them in public? Oh wait let me rephrase. Is there anything more endearing than a woman objectifying a man by taking unsolicited pictures of him in public? Apparently not, because a move that would land a man in a death grip between Lena Dunham's thighs as well as on the front page of Lenny Letter under the headline "Rape Expectations" is simply an example of adorable viral-ready fangirling when attempted by a woman.

Nyle DiMarco is the gay deaf Z-list model from America's Next Top Model with the type of looks that make women ovulate all over their shoes. One of these ovulaters, Loiba Maria, saw DiMarco on the train in New York City, and without fully connecting the pieces as to who he was, snapped a bunch of pics. Once she identified her mobile masturbatory aid, she let him know through Facebook, and plot twist, he had taken pictures of her taking pictures of him. Most likely because this was the first person including family and loved ones who had ever recognized his ass. Maria sent him the message:

I think I saw you on the E train last Sunday. If this is you, you are very handsome in person!

If anyone sent a message to Taylor Swift complimenting her appearance A) He'd be a liar and B) He'd get sued for stage four #MeToo-ing.

Now DiMarco is taking the story of his star-crossed encounter with a predator, I mean adorable fan, and running with it by tweeting their exchange. I guess time's up on Time's Up. Now everyone go objectify women on public transportation and report back as to how it turns out.


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