DM - The tenant of a penthouse in Washington DC is looking for someone to share his apartment with him – but he’s not looking for just any old roommate. He wants a naked one. According to an ad in Craigslist, the man is looking for a male roommate who is willing to be naked all the time and be fine with ‘some touching’. The ad says the potential applicants should be 26 or younger and ‘very attractive’. It says the arrangement would be ‘mostly looking’ but that ‘some touching’ will be required, and how much and often ‘is negotiable’. It doesn’t specify whether the tenant also plans to be naked. According to D.C. landlord-tenant attorney Dorene Haney, the situation could have legal complications. ‘I don’t think the fear of eviction could be eliminated because you can’t say certainly that the agreement would not be enforced,’ Haney told HuffPost by email. ‘And the landlord might try to evict the tenant, legally or not, if it were not performed…I don’t think the nudity is illegal, but I don’t know if a court would enforce that part of the agreement either.’ Hanley also said that ‘to the extent that the agreement regarding ‘touching’ is construed as an agreement for sex for money, it might be legally unenforceable,’ though it’s hard to say if the rest of the contract would then be enforceable.
Well that’s a deal if I’ve ever seen one. Being gay has all the perks nowadays. So bitter that I’m not. You know how expensive it is to live in DC? Insane dough. Nobody can afford to live down there, so obviously this is a sweet deal. 12 dollars a year and some lucky fella gets to sit around with his balls hanging everywhere in the middle of downtown? Does it get much better than that? Like, if you’re already gay, you can’t say no to this deal. You HAVE to try. 1 dollar a month and you get a nice b-hole cleaning every time you go to the kitchen to make a sandwich. Like, I’m not even completely sure I don’t want to snake my way into this place and then take my chances with the midnight rape and nude gay art show that’ll take place in my room.