It looks like entirely normal male skin. Pretty much all men have skin like yours. It's due to the dominant sex hormone in your body, testosterone. Testosterone makes the skin thick, oily and large pored. Occasionally this might be accompanied by acne which could be the sign that you have too much of this hormone, or your skin is sensitive to its activity. Unless you have bad acne, I wouldn't worry about it.
Absolutely not true, I also have the same problem as OP's, and yes it is a problem, red, oily, large pored cheeks. It gives your skin a very rough complexion and is very noticeable. None of my male friends have it, they all have a poreless and smooth complexion and it makes me jealous and self-conscious about it.
It also makes you prone to seborrheic dermatitis later down the road. As I said, it is not normal male skin.
Erm, maybe I'm visually impaired, but this guy's skin is not red and inflamed. Everyone's skin is kind of pinkish, it means you have a circulation and you are not dead you know?
I don't know how old your friends are, but it sounds like they haven't hit puberty yet or also some men have naturally lower levels of testosterone, I assume your friends who have 'poreless' skin also have high cheekbones and narrow jaws, or have what some people all a chiseled face? Are they also thin and have hardly any muscle on them? Hardly any body hair? That's just plain old genetics, you can't help it. Their male relatives may also have had naturally lower androgen levels, and they inherited this tendency.
Have you ever met a meathead with poreless skin? I didn't think so.
Unless your hormones are seriously out of whack, and you have bad acne that doesn't budge despite treatment, there's nothing wrong with you.
Come on, pretty much no one has entirely porcelain perfect skin.