Bikershot: Biker Culture Through Portraits

Photographer Cedric Lefebvre delves into a subculture that balances individualism with a strong tribal affiliation

Relapse Blues

An addict’s journey to recovery.

By Bill Clegg

They're Not Naked, They're Nude -- Right?

A look at the eye-popping show from the Metropolitan Museum

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Crossing Over

Jonathan Galassi took a long time to come to terms with being gay. A volume of heart-wrenching poems charts his …

By Aaron Hicklin

Kathryn Schulz: What Happened to the Coming-Out Memoir?

A writer links the present lack of coming-out memoirs to recent advances in LGBT civil rights.

By Evan Lambert

The Sexy, Imaginary Art of Bruce Sargeant

Take a look at some red-hot paintings by a make-believe artist

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Slideshow: ‘Susie Says’

'Valley of the Dolls’ gets a creepy twist with a new book of photography by Gina Garan accompanied by words of wisdom …

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Male Gaze: Kehinde Wiley's Series Lingers on Israeli Men

The artist's latest exhibit, 'World Stage: Israel,' focuses on men of Israel with obvious homoerotic appeal

By Jerry Portwood

Four Art Books to Buy Now

Go exploring without leaving your living room with South Pole ($45; Assouline.com), a collection of photos, stories, and …

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Picture This

A beginner’s guide to buying art.

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Will X-Men be the Next Gay Comic Wedding to Watch Out For?

A mutant marriage is in the works and it just might be between two dudes.

By Joshua Gardner

Classical Nudes

Artist examples of the male form from the Metropolitan Museum's 'Naked Before The Camera' exhibit

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Bruce Sargeant at CLAMPART

A look at Sargeant's portraits of young athletes, currently on exhibit.

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The Gang's All Here

Surprising trivia about gay literary lions.

By Adam Rathe

Color Purple

Meet Bunker, the new gay superhero sensation.

By Mike Berlin

We Need to Talk About Kevin

Dan Parent, the creator of Archie's gay military hunk, admits he was inspired by Justin Timberlake—sort of

By Mike Berlin

Eternal Youth

'Destroyer,' the controversial zine that objectified teen idols.

By William Van Meter

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