Best-Kept Boy In the World: Denny Fouts was the most famous male prostitute of 20th century

Denny Fouts, the most famous male prostitute of the 20th century, had Truman Capote, Gore Vidal, and many others

Warren's Whoas

Discover the kooky Koons-meets-Sherman world of photographer Jamie Warren with 'The Whoas of Female Tragedy II'

By Greg Garry

Jackie Collins: Queen Bitch

It's Jackie's world -- we just live in it.

By Maria Bustillos

Best Books of 2012

Four authors tell us their picks for their favorite reads from the past year

By Editors

WATCH: Fifty Shades of Takei

A reading of this year's best-selling erotic novel by George Takei

By Andrew Villagomez

There Are Two Swedens

Photographers Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg discuss their collaboration, 'Tattoos, Hornets & Fire: The …

By Andrew Belonsky

Bob Mizer: Artifacts

Images from a solo exhibit of the 'erotic auteur' and 'a lyrical chronicler' of the pre-Stonewall demimonde.

By Editors

Sweet Child O' Mine

Author Paul Vitagliano discusses his liberating book 'Born This Way: Real Stories Of Growing Up Gay'

By Jeremy Kinser

Tattoos Hornets Fire

Photographer Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg give an impressionistic view of Sweden in this new art book.

By Editors

George Takei Meets Archie Comics

Meet Takei in New York's Midtown Comics tomorrow - Oh my!

By Andrew Villagomez

Need to Know: Artist Winston Chmielinski

Envoy Enterprises presents the first New York exhibition of the young artist's work

By Editors

A 'Lost Raven' Finds His Way

Comic writer Darren G. Davis came to terms with his HIV status by creating an island full of monsters.

By Andrew Belonsky

Mario Testino: In Your Face

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is currently presenting the fashion photographer's first U.S. exhibitions.

By Editors

Made in England

Celebrity photographer Mario Testino is inspired by Brazil and indebted to England. But now it’s his native Peru that …

By Aaron Hicklin

Matthew Mitcham: Greg Louganis's Book Taught Me 'I Wasn't Damaged'

With ‘Twists and Turns,’ the gay gold medalist details his struggle with depression, drugs, and sexuality.

By Benjamin Lindsay

Ralf Obergfell Brings 'Beautiful Freaks' to Berlin

The photographer celebrates the art, fashion, and parties that make London's East End weird

By Editors

This Month's Sleeper Hit

In Monica Trasandes's 'Broken Like This,' the fate of a comatose character lies in the hands of her former lovers -- one …

By Emily Drabinski