Is it appropriate for a the narrator of the story (me - and I'm not gay) to describe a man in the story as an adonis? Here is the excerpt: Monday afternoons were the quietest; even so, the large, bulky male dressed merely in black that entered the room intrigued Simon for leastwise a few seconds. The man slowly walked over to the bench, his beady eyes processing every inch of the room. Simon found this interesting, but he was not curious, sitting, eating -nothing. Can the red word be replaced by 'adonis'?