Arnold Schwarzenegger and his son Patrick, 17, and several other family members went to a farmer’s market near Pacific Palisades. Patrick plays basketball and football at his high school where he’s a very popular fellow. He and a buddy hosted a wild house party in November and the cops broke it up and nabbed a few kids for underage drinking, but not Patrick. Not only is Patrick popular with his classmates, but ever since a shirtless photo of him circulated on the internet, he’s become an icon on gay websites.


Posted by Janet on December 9, 2010

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  1. By SebastianCanada
    On December 9, 2010 at

    Yuck! Janet, did you have to mention the gay icon thing? And write it so matter-of-factly? The kid is only 17!

    The gay icon thing was bad enough with Levi Johnston — he was legal at the time, but looked, still looks, about 14 years old. Gross.

    Guys — gay or straight — who are into the Barely Legal stuff are disgusting pervs.

  2. By Bu
    On December 9, 2010 at

    I don’t think he is all that good looking…just saying!

  3. By Natalie
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Would like to know more about Arnold and Maria’s kids. What are they studying? Where are their interests? Are they good kids? Just curious.

  4. By Muffin top!!
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Cute Fella. Arnie and Maria make cute kiddies!! Hopefully he not your typical spoiled rotten rich kid.

  5. By Patrick
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Gay icon?!! A Patrick!
    Certainly not.

  6. By Indy
    On December 10, 2010 at

    He has a long giraffe neck, really long.

  7. By SebastianCanada
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Patrick, LOL!!!

  8. By Palermo
    On December 10, 2010 at

    He’s a good looking boy

  9. By SebastianCanada
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Indy, his neck is fine. It is long and will guarantee that, when he is middle-aged, and heavier set, he will not look like a spooked turtle.

  10. By wim
    On December 10, 2010 at

    ……send him to innsbruck for SKIING & STUDYING.

  11. By Reta
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Sebastian, I’m certainly with you on the “gay icon” remark. Totally unnessessary. You’d think Janet would be more adult than that, esp. since there are so many lewd remarks on her site about gays that she doesn’t do a thing about.

  12. By Reta
    On December 10, 2010 at

    What makes his neck look “too long” is really more in that his face is rather small for the size of the rest of him, esp. in the lower portion. His head would fit much better on say, Seth Green or that size guy. Let’s hope Arnie doesn’t try to shove HIS kids off on us as “singers/actors” like so many other celeb’s do.
    The “Hoff” just got canceled because none of us bought that!

  13. By Reta's Rainbow
    On December 10, 2010 at

    ^^Post some pics of you on this site. I’ll make sure to put on blinders when you do!

  14. By Indy
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Until he gets middle-age and heavy set (which I doubt because he has a slight build), he should wear a turtleneck sweater. LOL

  15. By Rick
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Nice looking kid and he does have a naturally occurring great genetic physique. I saw the photos. The gay icon thing dosen’t bother me. It only connotes something of a sexual nature if that’s how you think. Cher is a gay icon too, but they don’t fantasize about having sex with her.

  16. By Rick
    On December 10, 2010 at

    For the curious, you can do a Google search for ‘Patrick Schwarzenegger shirtless’.

  17. By SebastianCanada
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Rick, a woman — such as Cher — is a gay icon, cause gay men want to be her, a man is a gay icon because gay men want to Do him.

  18. By Rick
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Well, if you say so Sebastian, but I disagree that the majority of gay men would choose to actually become Cher if they could. Likewise, I think while many may admire Patrick’s physique, most probably haven’t fantasized about ‘doing’ him. Respectfully, you come across as if a heavy reliance upon stereotyping shapes your thinking at times.

  19. By SebastianCanada
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Rick, I am not speaking literally — more figuratively to prove a point. How is a males who is presumably straight a gay icon if it is not about wanting to do him?

    A straight woman is an icon to straight men because of sexuality (see Marilyn Monroe), and vice versa (see Brad Pitt). Has the gay community achieved a nobler way of thinking, and of putting their sexual desire aside??? Maybe so. Explain. I long to be enlightened. And in the process explain what Levi Johnston had to offer the gay community other than his boyish face and rockin’ bod.

  20. By SebastianCanada
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Ooo…that sounds snotty and confrontational. It was not intended that way. I am serious. If you can shed some light on this, please do.

  21. By Reta
    On December 10, 2010 at

    To my “rainbow” what the fuck is your problem? YOU post a picture of yourself. It can’t be done, this site is not set up for that you moron. This is a “celebrity gossip” site and yet the only posts YOU ever seem to make are directed at ME. DU-UH you fool, I am NOT a celebrity, so please don’t show up with a camera and hide in my bushes, that job is already taken FOOL!

  22. By Reta
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Sebastian, I may be wrong or nuts according to some of these people, but I think I get your point just fine and it makes sense to me. Completely. And I don’t find your opinion offensive in the least, being a person that wants equality for all I would certainly protest loudly if you came off as attacking gays. I don’t believe that was ever your intention. Yours is always one of the soundest heads to be heard here.

  23. By Rick
    On December 10, 2010 at

    I wouldn’t know about the gay community achieving a nobler way of thinking, but I can say that I know a lot of people, gay, straight, and somewhere in between, and your subjectively oriented comments don’t match my experiences with most of them. Sexuality is the Genie who won’t stay in the bottle, so I don’t judge anyone for experiencing randomly occurring thoughts of that nature, even against their will at times. It’s human nature, and anyone who tells you they are the exception is living in denial.

  24. By SebastianCanada
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Rick, sure every natural thing on this planet is unique in its way, but all thinking animals categorize and characterize in order to get their heads around things. It is what keeps them sane, and — in the case of primitive animals — physically safe. There is no point in communicating with each other if we are going to make an issue of categorization and characterization and…yes, simplification — we would never get past our first sentence.

    The gay community is a community, and so is formed based on the idea that the individuals in it have shared characteristics and needs, which would include attitudes. And a community formed for something other than basic survival (defending against other, hostile communities, and savage animals) is cultural, and based on specific attitudes. That was the situation to which I was speaking.

    If people do not want to be categorized, then they should shun communities not essential for physical protection. As one who has done it, I would not recommend it though.

  25. By Rick
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Ok, I’m just very opposed to categorizing (stereotyping) personally, because as you noted, people are individuals, each unique, and it’s so easy to foster bias and prejudice when that isn’t appreciated. We have a lot of relatives in Europe, and I spent numerous summers there while growing up, mostly in the UK although I traveled some with cousins, and the thing I am most grateful for in my life is that my thinking and outlook are more European than North American as a result, meaning more open minded and less judgmental. The cultural separations we have here are more an accepting blend over there. There’s a lot less interpersonal fear. I am running late and have to go. Enjoyed the chat, thanks!

  26. By pippa
    On December 10, 2010 at

    Janet, how do you know about the gay websites? Are you coming out or do you have some business affiliation with these sites?

  27. By Lenny
    On December 10, 2010 at

    I’m just laughing my ass off about a story that really went south after he took his shirt off. You mean he’s never been to the beach in California? Aren’t there alot of young men who go without their shirts? The gay thing is just a throw in for the hell of it.


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