High-profile New York party promoter Daniel Nardicio received a heartfelt response from the San Francisco-based company this week after posting a saucy picture on his page, the Queerty news site reported.
The letter from Kristi L. of the Trust and Safety Team flagged the photo of two hunks showering together as too hot for the short-term rental company’s site, even though it really did showcase the shower at his Fire Island cabana.
“I’m a writer of m/m erotica and was very, um, pleased to see your photo,” Kristi L. wrote, “but I think it may be just outside of our current realm in terms of general non-risqué photos for listings.
“If you didn’t mind dropping me a line when you insert a different photo, I’d be grateful,” she added. “Also, if you happen to know any friends with ringleted red hair, please let me know; my most recent writing submission could use a book cover.”
“Kristi L. is an Airbnb employee I want to have a drink with!,” Nardicio told Queerty.
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