Anybody here a cub to a muscle bear? Just wondering what the experience is like. Do you get free food, gym membership etc? do you get a car to drive around in once in a while?
You may be confusing "cub", a loosely defined physical type within the Gay community, with "whore". Not necessarily the same animal. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bear_(gay_slang
Some terminology relating to the Bear community includes:
* Admirer - a term that refers to someone who is sexually or romantically attracted to Bears (this term is often used in various communities to describe an outsider who has sexual attraction to people within that community). Also often referred to as a Chaser. Admirers/Chasers can be of any weight, hairy or hairless and any age.
* Bear - a hairy man with a stocky or heavyset build and facial hair. Can be clean shaven and of any age.
* Bear run - a gathering or circuit party for Bear/Cub types and their Admirers.
* Cub - a younger (or younger looking) version of a Bear, typically but not always with a smaller frame. The term is sometimes used to imply the passive partner in a relationship. Can be hairy or hairless.
* Daddy bear - is an older guy sometimes looking for a daddy/son relationship with either a younger Bear, Cub, Otter, Wolf or Chaser.
* Goldilocks - A female, often heterosexual, who is often in the company of bears (a bear's fag hag).
* Leatherbear - A bear with a leather fetish.
* Muscle bear - a muscular version of a Bear. A muscle cub is a younger or smaller, yet muscular, version. Can be hairy or hairless and of any age.
* Otter - a man who is hairy, but is not large or stocky - typically thinner, or with lean muscle. Slimmer version of a Bear with little pockets of fat like love handles or a tiny gut, but not as lean as a Wolf.
* Panda bear - a bear of Asian ethnicity. A panda cub is younger version. Usually hairless.
* Pocket bear - A short Bear.
* Polar bear - a silver- or white-haired Bear.
* Wolf - A lean, masculine gay man who is attracted to bears and involved in the bear scene.
* Woof - A greeting often used when a Bear spots another Bear in public and wants to express physical attraction. He might make a growling noise ("Grrr!") or say "Woof!"