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Source: Huffington Post

After The New York Times Declares It The 'Age Of The Twink,' People Are Sounding Off

By Mark LoProto

In a recent piece in The New York Times, writer Nick Haramis laments about a scene from Call Me By Your Name

Haramis points out the physical features of Elio, played by Timothee Chalamet, describing him as “five inches shorter” than his love interest, played by Armie Hammer, with “naturally smooth’ skin and a “pronounced clavicle” and “concave torso.” 

According to Haramis, Chalamet is the “ultimate twink.”

Thus starts his article focused solely on the concept of the twink, where the phrase came from, and how he wholeheartedly believes the “Age of the Twink” has arrived.