Thanks to a Twitter user who posted a pic from an L.A. courthouse, Twitter is abuzz with talk of the twink-tastic statue
We enlisted some of our favorite gay porn stars to get us in the V-Day mood — not by stripping down but by writing haiku!
Valentine’s Day is just so damn straight, but with these queer valentines we commissioned from some of our favorite artists, we can make it our own
You may not be familiar with his completely insane, off-the-wall self-portraits, but you should be
NYC-based artist Jordan Eagles uses gay blood in his work as a way to protest the FDA’s ongoing ban of gay blood
It’s recently come to our attention that the statue in Portugal is being permanently molested by handsy perverts
The latest exhibit by the Tom of Finland Store features work of Russian-exiled artist Slava Mogutin, railing against censorship
For 2019 the Color of the Year is Living Coral, which, as Pantone’s VP Laurie Pressman says, has some serious psychological benefits
Quil Lemons is a 20-year-old photographer who is challenging conceptions of black masculinity through his photo series Glitterboy — come check it out
The upcoming issue of BloPop magazine features three ‘new contemporary’ artists whose styles differ but whose work resonates on an existential level
The interactive pop-up, called “The Modern Ken,” took place in NYC and aimed to comment on pressing social issues
After a tour of America photographing a bevy of gay men, Aloisio took off for Europe for another round of his erotic portraits
Art remains one of the freest and most open-ended forms of expression in contemporary society. That’s good news for gay people, and gay art gives us all the chance to express ourselves freely.
Gay art has an affect on queer society. A visual image or an outrageous dance performance can speak volumes about the gay experience. Gay people have always felt at home in the arts. While gay artists have been considered outside the mainstream in decades past, things are beginning to change. The art world has opened its arms to talented gay artists, whose work has moved mountains and sparked new valuable conversations, specifically when the gay community was still reeling from the AIDS crisis.