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Everything Bold Is New Again: Bob Mizer Lives

We go through life wearing an invisible suit of armor. The exterior of our bodies reflect societal norms as we refract criticism, judgment and negativity. Meanwhile on the inside,...

Hotlanta, Indeed – The Men of Elska Atlanta

The majority of media is structured around conflict. Can the two beautiful lead characters learn to love one another? How will the hero escape that burning building? Why is Ben...

Happy ‘Dads’ Day – The Photography of Bart Heynen

The world places limitations on all of us. From an early age, we are told what we can and can’t do, who we should be, and how we should behave. These obstacles are especially...

Come As You Are: The Photography of Steven Tilotta

Flaws. Are. Sexy. Think about it: love handles and dad bods and bubble butts occupy our trend trackers for a reason, but imperfections transcend the surface and speak to who we...

Properly Aged Beef: Ten Years of Meat Zine

The discrepancy between fact and fantasy can be jarring. We ogle hawt guys online and in our dreams, but if we rely too heavily on unrealistic expectations, actual human contact...

Leather, Lust & Legacy: The Photography of Stanley Stellar

Equality = struggle. In order to fit in, at first you must stand out. This is the oxymoron of queer existence, and it is depicted brilliantly and boldly in the works of Stanley...

A Force of Nature: The Photography of David Uzochukwu

Are humans adrift in a cosmic ocean of amniotic alienation, or are we rooted in civilization, evolution and interconnection? These are the provocative questions posed in David...

Emitt More (More, More!) Photography

Adoration can quickly become obsession. We spill a lot of ink – both literal and digital – describing the queer form, but photographer Emitt More boils down our smoldering...

Pieces of Passion: The Art of Aaron Moth

A flicker of moonlight. The glimpse of flesh. We assemble these fractured images to stitch together our perception of a sensual rendezvous. It is not the perfect, sterilized...

Explore a Pastel Paradise with Gray Malin

We experience emotions in vibrant Technicolor. Sensuality feels like a gritty flood of scarlet imagery, serenity is often a calming azure hue, and anger clouds our consciousness...

Ryan Duffin Lights Up Our LGBTQ Lives

Light is synonymous with inspiration. When you illuminate a subject, you discover their hidden contours and celebrate their secrets. Heck, even cartoons depict a great idea with...

Gays Gone Wild: The Photography of Ron Amato

Nothing enrages us more than when breeders refer to homosexuality as “unnatural.” What could be more organic than two sweaty organisms exploring one another inside, out, and...