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All photos courtesy Mouthfeel. This is a review of issue two just published of Mouthfeelan arty gay food magazine from New York City. In some dirty canyon approximating the pampas, naked Lorenzo sprawled on a Mexican serape, slack dong blunt on the nubby textile, a fleshy metaphor for the way horniness weighed on my teen brain at twice the force of gravity. I rolled Lorenzo up, stashed him deep in my closet, took him out and put him back so many times the pages got dimply and cracked.
It was always summer at GQ in the late s. Money was no object. Can we get a seaplane?
In the s, art admirers were hard-pressed to find images of gay male life adorning the walls of major galleries and museums. Instead, the beautiful work of photographers and illustrators like Bob Mizer and Tom of Finland were often exhibited within the pages of gay magazines. Diverse depictions of private male life -- particularly erotic life -- were thus made available only to the people who knew where to find it.
In springBettie Ringma and Marc H. In search of a way to support themselves in a new city, they remembered a photographer hustling Polaroid portraits at Coney Island and decided to test the waters. Long before digital photography, the Polaroid SX was the perfect way to get your portrait on the spot.