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  • Andy Warhol. Early Drawings of Love, Sex and Desire

    Andy Warhol. Early Drawings of Love, Sex and Desire

    Well before Andy Warhol’s rise to the pinnacle of Pop Art, he created and exhibited seductive drawings celebrating male beauty, with the intention of later publishing these line drawings in a book, which has now finally been realised. Featuring over 300 of these rarely seen risqué renderings that highlight the future Pop artist’s effortless style, fascination with the male form, droll humour, and ironic detachment.
    ISBN 9783836574471. TASCHEN.
    • $190.00
  • Archer Magazine 12 (30% discount)

    Archer Magazine 12 (30% discount)

    Archer is the world's most inclusive magazine about sexuality, gender and identity. Featuring work by author activist Nevo Zisin, transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey, feminist essayist Elizabeth Flux and indigenous editor Bridget Caldwell, the PLAY issue tackles topics including sex toys, swinging, Mormonism, lingerie, sex work, Aboriginal queer motherhood and being LGBTIQA+ in sport and the world of gaming.
    ISBN 9780648558309. Archer Magazine.
    out of print
    • $16.95
  • Archer Magazine 13: the First Nations Issue (30% discount)

    Archer Magazine 13: the First Nations Issue (30% discount)

    Archer is the world's most inclusive magazine about sexuality, gender and identity. This issue features words by Andrew Farrell, Indiah Money, Kai Clancy, Laniyuk, Rose Chalks, SJ Norman, Timmah Ball, Tré Turner, William Cooper; and images by Moorina Bonini, William Cooper, Ebony Daniels, Edwina Green, Morgan Hickinbotham, Jacinta Keefe, Hailey Harper Moroney, SJ Norman, Bodie Strain, Pierra Van Sparkes, Toz Withall
    ISBN 9780648558316. Archer Magazine.
    • $16.95
  • Archer Magazine 14: the Growing Up Issue (30% discount)

    Archer Magazine 14: the Growing Up Issue (30% discount)

    Archer is the world's most inclusive magazine about sexuality, gender and identity.
    ISBN 9780648558323. Archer Magazine.
    • $16.95
  • Archer Magazine 15: the Friendship Issue (30% discount)

    Archer Magazine 15: the Friendship Issue (30% discount)

    Archer is the world's most inclusive magazine about sexuality, gender and identity. This issue – the Friendship issue – is a beautiful and heartwarming collection of stories from lockdown and a variety of creative and chosen family and friendship setups.
    ISBN 9780648558330. Archer Magazine.
    • $16.95
  • Art of Yoco, the: For Eternity and a Second (Japanese only mostly visual)

    Art of Yoco, the: For Eternity and a Second (Japanese only mostly visual)

    The Art of Yoco presents the works of Japanese illustrator Yoco. Yoco is an illustrator working in the Boys' Love (BL) genre, a Japanese form of novel that focuses on homoerotic romantic or sexual relationships between male characters. This is the first book to collect his illustrations, and includes some original works. Yoco is one of the up-and-coming illustrators who is gaining popularity on Social Media and is highly praised among the BL community.
    ISBN 9784756252104. Pie Books.
    • $45.00
  • Ashley Kolodner: Gayface

    Ashley Kolodner: Gayface

    From 2011 to 2015, Brooklyn-based photographer Ashley Kolodner (born 1987) traveled across the United States photographing hundreds of LGBTQIA+ individuals of all ages. She made two consecutive portraits of each of her subjects, photographing them twice during the same sitting: once with eyes closed and then with eyes open. These diptychs symbolize the vulnerability many have felt at the outset of discovering their personal identities, and then the realization and self-actualization manifest in the intimate and profound process of coming out.↵↵Through more than 180 color portraits, along with subject interviews and contributing texts by filmmaker Kimberly Peirce and Tony award-winning producer Jordan Roth, Gayface reflects the beauty, intimacy and sometimes the pain of a community kept in the shadows for decades. Ultimately these pictures and this handsome volume represent a revelatory statement on the profound humanity we all share.
    ISBN 9781646570041. Lucia|Marquand.
    not yet published
    • $99.50
  • Bob Mizer. AMG: 1000 Model Directory

    Bob Mizer. AMG: 1000 Model Directory

    From a quarter million male nudes, editor Dian Hanson selects the best physique photography from Bob Mizer, founder of Physique Pictorial, America’s first indisputably gay magazine. Printed from the original 4 x 5 negatives for utmost clarity, this two-volume, seriously strapping lineup includes movie and TV stars Nick Adams, Glenn Corbett, and Ed Fury.
    ISBN 9783836550291. TASCHEN.
    • $190.00
  • David Maisel: Proving Ground

    David Maisel: Proving Ground

    This title comprises aerial and on-site photographs made at Dugway Proving Ground, a classified military site covering nearly 800,000 acres in Utah’s Great Salt Lake Desert. A primary mission of Dugway is to develop, test and implement chemical and biological weaponry and defence programs. After more than a decade of inquiry, Maisel was granted access to this facility in order to photograph the terrain, the testing facilities and other aspects of the site.
    ISBN 9781942185666. Radius Books/Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University.
    • $130.00
  • Eric Rhein: Lifelines

    Eric Rhein: Lifelines

    This is the first book on the work of American artist Eric Rhein, whose career has spanned four decades and poetically chronicled the AIDS epidemic in photos. This unique monograph-memoir features intimate photographs, taken between 1989 and 2012. The self-portraits and images of friends and lovers correspond to the period spanning Rhein’s HIV diagnosis, his subsequent near death and his experience of a renewed sense of vitality.
    ISBN 9781732848238. Institute 193.
    • $79.95
  • Genesis Breyer P-Orridge: Sacred Intent

    Genesis Breyer P-Orridge: Sacred Intent

    Published for the legendary artist and musician’s 70th birthday in 2020, this title gathers conversations between Breyer P-Orridge and his friend and collaborator Carl Abrahamsson. From the first 1986 fanzine-based interview about current projects, philosophical insights, magical workings, travels, art theory and gender revolutions, to 2019’s thoughts on life and death in the the shadow of battling leukaemia, it is a unique journey in which the art of conversation blooms to the highest degree.
    ISBN 9789198451269. Trapart Books.
    • $59.99
  • Girls Like Us issue 11

    Girls Like Us issue 11

    Girls Like Us is an independent magazine turning the spotlight on an international expanding community of women from all genders within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals Girl Like Us unfolds feminist legacies in arts and writing. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine is mapping collaborative routes towards a non-patriarchy.
    ISBN 9771879738004. Girls Like Us.
    • $20.00
  • Gusher: Issue #4

    Gusher: Issue #4

    Bringing the ideas of world class, female and non-binary writers and artists to the fore, Gusher reimagines the quintessential 70s rock rag for the contemporary, socially-conscious music fan. This issue features genre-bending rapper and songwriter Rico Nasty, an artist that redefines “punk” for the modern era. Other artists featured include Matty Healy of The 1975, Phoebe Bridgers, Richard Hell, Weyes Blood, Brontez Purnell Cody Critcheloe (SSION), Shamir, Naretha Williams & Diamanda Galás.
    ISBN 9780646828671. Gusher Magazine.
    • $24.95
  • Hal Fischer: Gay Semiotics

    Hal Fischer: Gay Semiotics

    Hal Fischer's Gay Semiotics: A Photographic Study of Visual Coding Among Homosexual Men (1977) is one of the most important publications associated with California conceptual photography in the 1970s. This new edition reproduces the look and feel of the original volume, which reconfigured into a book format the 24 text-embedded images of Fischer's 1977 photographic series Gay Semiotics. The photographs in Gay Semiotics present the codes of sexual orientation and identification Fischer saw in San Francisco's Castro and Haight Ashbury districts, ranging from such sexual signifiers as handkerchiefs and keys to depictions of the gay fashion "types" of that era--from "basic-gay" to "hippie" and "jock." Gay Semiotics also features Fischer's critical essay, which is marked by the same wry, anthropological tone found in the image/text configurations. Fischer's book circulated widely, finding a worldwide audience in both the gay and conceptual art communities. Fischer's insistence on the visual equivalence of word and image is a hallmark of the loose photography and language group that included Fischer, Lutz Bacher, Lew Thomas and others working in the San Francisco Bay Area. First published as an artist's book in 1978 by NFS Press, at a time when gay people had been forced to both evaluate and defend their lifestyles, Gay Semiotics earned substantial critical and public recognition. Thirty-seven years later, the book remains a proactive statement from a voice within the gay community from a moment in history just before the devastation wrought by AIDS. Hal Fischer (born 1950) grew up in Highland Park, Illinois. He arrived in San Francisco in 1975 to pursue an MA in photography at San Francisco State. Through his work as an art reviewer and photographer, he soon became embedded in the Bay Area's artistic and intellectual scene. He continues to live and work in San Francisco.
    ISBN 9780976184171. Cherry and Martin.
    • $48.50
  • Hal Fischer: The Gay Seventies

    Hal Fischer: The Gay Seventies

    Hal Fischer: The Gay Seventies is the first monograph to feature the complete set of photo-text works that Hal Fischer produced between 1977 and 1979 in San Francisco’s Haight and Castro neighbourhoods. The book brings together, for the first time in nearly four decades, Fischer’s major photo-text investigations of gay life in late 1970s San Francisco. Unapologetic, humorous, periodically subversive and conceptually driven, Fischer’s photo-text investigations continue to engage and amuse audiences. As the work demonstrates, the late 1970s—after Stonewall and before AIDS—was a magical moment to be young and gay in San Francisco.
    ISBN 9780982767177. Gallery 16 Editions.
    • $79.99
  • In Youth Is Pleasure

    In Youth Is Pleasure

    First published in 1945, In Youth Is Pleasure is a beautiful and unassuming coming-of-age novel by the English writer and painter Denton Welch (1915-1948). Painfully sensitive and sad Orville Pym is 15 years old, and this novel recounts the summer holiday after his first miserable year at public school -- but as in all of Welch's work, what is most important are the details of his characters' surroundings. Welch is a Proustian writer of uncanny powers of observation who, as William S. Burroughs wrote, "makes the reader aware of the magic that is right under his eyes." Film director John Waters includes this novel as one of his Five Books You Should Read to Live a Happy Life If Something Is Basically the Matter with You, and writes: "Maybe there is no better novel in the world than Denton Welch's In Youth Is Pleasure. Just holding it in my hands, so precious, so beyond gay, so deliciously subversive, is enough to make illiteracy a worse social crime than hunger." Also included in this edition is the first U.S. publication of I Left My Grandfather's House. This first-person account of an idyllic walking tour in the British countryside undertaken when Welch was 18 makes a fascinating companion piece to the fictionalised, though no less autobiographical, In Youth Is Pleasure.
    ISBN 9781878972132. Exact Change.
    • $35.00
  • Jack Pierson: Tomorrow's Man 5

    Jack Pierson: Tomorrow's Man 5

    The fifth volume in Pierson’s celebrated artist’s book series mixes imagery from all regions of the visual landscape into a single meditation on the world around us. In this edition, the diverse body of art includes Dietmar Busse's enigmatic, almost occult drawings on photography, David Dupuis' delicate, colorful abstractions and Richard Tinkler's bright geometric abstractions, as well as work by Janet Stein, David Carrino, Jeff Davis, Clement Schneider, Paul Stuttman and Jordan Wolfson.
    ISBN 9781988469140. Bywater bros. Editions.
    • $90.00
  • Jimmy Wright: Bathhouse, Meatpacking District and the Dream Cards

    Jimmy Wright: Bathhouse, Meatpacking District and the Dream Cards

    Bathhouse, Meatpacking District and the Dream Cards presents a selection of drawings from the 1970s by Jimmy Wright (born 1944). Made just as Wright hit New York City, these works chart his engagement with the subculture of gay bathhouses and clubs, and the more colourful side of street life on the Lower East Side. An insightful observer of human behaviour deeply engaged with the action himself, Wright was the fascinated documentarian of a fleeting scene. By the 1980s he had turned this attention inward, to his own dream life, which he religiously charted in sketches and annotations on what he called "dream cards". Bathhouse, Meatpacking District and the Dream Cards brings these three bodies of drawings together with an interview of the artist conducted by Jim Dempsey and an essay by John Corbett.
    ISBN 9780997499520. Corbett vs. Dempsey.
    • $95.00
  • Karlheinz Weinberger: Photographs

    Karlheinz Weinberger: Photographs

    This landmark entry in the lifework of Zürich photographer Karlheinz Weinberger gathers more than 200 vintage photographic prints published here for the first time. This unique collection pairs images of Weinberger’s most famous subjects, the “Halbstarke” – a loosely organised group of Swiss “rebels" – with a much more private side of Weinberger’s oeuvre: solo portraits of men whom he invited into his makeshift studio in the rooms of the apartment he shared with his mother.The men in these portraits—construction workers, street vendors, bicycle messengers, outsiders—span a spectrum of fully clothed, arms-crossed poses to campy and flirtatious, fully nude and reclined, while others mimic art historical postures. All of these images, though, reveal a palpable tenderness between photographer and subject, offering an expansive, uncritical take on the male form in an era when being photographed was not the casual, ubiquitous record it is today. Though not a professional photographer (he worked as a warehouse stock manager), Weinberger captured his subjects with a distinctly gay male gaze, both carnal and artistic, and this collection is certain to earn his work a larger following and appreciation. Born in 1921, Karlheinz Weinberger was a Swiss photographer whose work predominantly explored outsider cultures. Between 1943 and 1967 Weinberger published photos of male workers, sportsmen and bikers in the gay magazine Der Kreis under the pseudonym of “Jim.” In the late ‘50s and early ‘60s he concentrated on Swiss rock ’n’ roll youth, whom he photographed with both tenderness and a hint of irony. Weinberger placed little emphasis on exhibiting his work; his first comprehensive show took place only in 2000, six years before his death.
    ISBN 9781734035117. The Song Cave.
    • $59.99
  • LGBT San Francisco: The Daniel Nicoletta Photographs

    LGBT San Francisco: The Daniel Nicoletta Photographs

    ISBN 9781909526396. Reel Art Press.
    • $99.00
  • Little Book of Big Penis, the

    Little Book of Big Penis, the

    Sirs” begins the missive from our imaginary correspondent. “It’s not that I don’t love your original Big Penis Book, but that, perhaps, I love it too much. I now become anxious leaving the house without it, and long business trips are simply torture. Couldn’t you make a smaller, less obtrusive edition, still packed with men whose generative members measure over 8 inches, that doesn’t form a suspiciously large bulge in my carry-on luggage? And while you’re at it, could you make it highly affordable, since my pockets are as shallow as this premise?”Done! The Little Book of Big Penis features over 150 massively endowed models from the 1940s through the ’90s, including photos by Bob Mizer of AMG, David Hurles of Old Reliable, Rip Colt of Colt Studio, Craig Calvin Anderson of Sierra Domino, Hal Roth of Filmco, Jim Jaeger of Third World Studios, Falcon Studios, Mike Arlen, Fred Bisonnes, Carlos Quiroz, and Charles Hovland in a compact and inexpensive softcover format.Photos come not just from the original overstuffed 384-page edition, but from subsequent Big Penis Calendars, meaning that 30% of the content is unique to this edition. Add a reduced text to make more room for the stunning black-and-white and color photos and how could anyone—big, small, or just right—ask for a better deal?
    ISBN 9783836532150. TASCHEN.
    • $22.50
  • Little Book of Tom, the: Blue Collar

    Little Book of Tom, the: Blue Collar

    Get beneath the tight jeans of Tom of Finland’s working-class heroes with this perfect, pocket-sized package of blue-collar lovers. With a brawny lineup of multi-panel comics and single-panel drawings and paintings, as well as personal photographs and sketches, this neat little book explores the tough physical types who fascinated Tom since his very first crush.
    ISBN 9783836540759. TASCHEN.
    • $22.50
  • Little Book of Tom, the: Cops & Robbers

    Little Book of Tom, the: Cops & Robbers

    Criminal justice never looked so good as in this pocket-sized collection of Tom of Finland’s favorite tightly uniformed cops and suitably butch criminals. Multi-panel comics and single-panel drawings and paintings are contextualized with sketches, reference images, and personal photos of Tom.
    ISBN 9783836540735. TASCHEN.
    • $22.50
  • Little Book of Tom, the: Military Men

    Little Book of Tom, the: Military Men

    Stand at attention with this pocket-sized army of free, proud, masculine fantasy men committed to pleasure and male camaraderie. With multi-panel comics and single-panel drawings and paintings, as well as personal photographs, sketches, and reference images, The Little Book of Tom: Military Men celebrates the artist’s most iconic vision of masculine perfection.
    ISBN 9783836540742. TASCHEN.
    • $22.50
  • Mechanical Fantasy Box

    Mechanical Fantasy Box

    Patrick Cowley (1950–82) was one of the most revolutionary and influential figures in electronic dance music. Cowley created his own brand of peak-time party music known as Hi-NRG, dubbed "the San Francisco Sound." This title is Cowley's homoerotic journal, or, as he called it, "graphic accounts of one man's sex life." It chronicles his slow rise to fame from lighting technician at the City Disco to crafting his ground-breaking 16-minute remix of Donna Summer's "I Feel Love".
    ISBN 9781942884545. Dark Entries Editions.
    • $49.99
  • Memories That Smell Like Gasoline

    Memories That Smell Like Gasoline

    Not content to be a tremendous photographer, painter, filmmaker, performance artist and activist David Wojnarowicz (1954-92) was also the author of three classic books: Close to the Knives, The Waterfront Journals and Memories That Smell Like Gasoline, now back in print from Artspace. This volume collects four tales -- "Into the Drift and Sway," "Doing Time in a Disposable Body," "Spiral" and the title story -- interspersed with ink drawings by the artist. "Sometimes it gets dark in here behind these eyes I feel like the physical equivalent of a scream. The highway at night in the headlights of this speeding car speeding is the only motion that lets the heart unravel and in the wind of the road the two story framed houses appear one after the other like some cinematic stage set..." From these opening sentences of the book (in "Into the Drift and Sway"), Wojnarowicz lets loose a salvo of explicit gay sexual reverie harshly lit by the New York cityscape.
    ISBN 9780963109507. Artspace Books.
    • $29.50
  • Mr Hudson Explores: a Gay Man’s Travel Companion

    Mr Hudson Explores: a Gay Man’s Travel Companion

    Take your best friend and go on a journey made to measure. Travel to exciting destinations like Berlin, New York, Lisbon or Shanghai and sample the best they have to offer besides the obvious. Mr Hudson Explores showcases destinations for gay men, but not necessarily gay destinations. Accommodation, shops, food spots, art and activities — Mr Hudson Explores is for everyone who wants to travel in style.Where to see the best architecture? Who serves the best cocktail? What’s the best design store? Together with Mr Hudson and a diverse range of editors, this book presents 20 of the most interesting cities in the Northern Hemisphere where style, culture, hospitality, and identity can be authentically experienced. Whether traveling solo, as a couple, or with friends, this guide will become your companion to places where a warm welcome can be expected.
    ISBN 9783899559743. Die Gestalten Verlag.
    • $69.50
  • My Buddy. World War II Laid Bare SECOND EDITION

    My Buddy. World War II Laid Bare SECOND EDITION

    From the Michael Stokes Collection, this extraordinary publication reveals a side of World War II never before made public: young Allied troops discharging tension in boisterous, naked play and intimate "buddy" friendships. A remarkable, often tender, lineup of personal photographs and vintage military ephemera, these images offer a whole new perspective on masculinity and the wartime relations between men.
    ISBN 9783836572668. TASCHEN.
    • $79.95
  • New Queer Photography

    New Queer Photography

    Art, more than anything, opens up the possibility of approaching one’s own sexuality beyond the limits imposed by taboos. Not only does it allow for a risk-free, playful exploration of gender and forbidden desires, but it is unique in capturing its contradictions. In recent years, a young and active queer photography scene has emerged, helped in part by social media. This carefully researched, richly designed book introduces 52 contemporary photographers both new and well-established.
    ISBN 9781584237563. Gingko Press.
    • $130.00
  • Pansy Beat

    Pansy Beat

    Pansy Beat was a short-lived fanzine published by Michael Economy in New York from 1989 to 1990, totalling five quarterly issues. Each issue's 50-some black-and-white pages documented the exuberant downtown gay and drag club scene of that era and included one free condom. The zine offered a glimpse into an exhilarating alternative universe during the darkest years of the AIDS crisis.Interviews profiled downtown personalities on the verge of global stardom, many still working to this day. Artists such as Lady Bunny, Billy Erb, Connie Fleming, Kenny Kenny, Lady Miss Kier and Larry Tee first shared their memorable selves in print on the pages of Pansy Beat. The zine also featured interviews with Edwige Belmore, Leigh Bowery and Quentin Crisp. This book celebrates Pansy Beat's brief but influential life, including a reprinting of all five issues in their original format, previously unseen photographs by staff photographer Michael Fazakerley, new full-color artwork by some of the original contributors, plus new essays and interviews.
    ISBN 9780692953099. KrimsKrams Island LLC.
    • $69.99
  • Rolling the R's

    Rolling the R's

    In his daring first novel, R. Zamora Linmark treats the music of the Bee Gees and schoolyard bullying as equally formative experiences in the lives of a group of Filipino fourth-graders living in Kalihi, Honolulu, who call themselves the "Farrah Fawcett Fan Club." The characters' stories unfold largely in the documentary detritus of their lives – their poems and prayers, book reports and teacher evaluations – all written in carefully observed, pitch-perfect vernacular.Now back in stock, Linmark's tour-de-force experiments in narrative structure, pidgin and perspective roll every "are," throwing new light on gay identity and the trauma of cultural assimilation. Rolling the R's goes beyond "coming of age" and "coming out" to address the realities of cultural confusion, prejudice and spiraling levels of desire in humorous yet haunting portrayals that are, as Matthew Stadler writes, "stylish, shameless and beautiful." This special twentieth anniversary edition includes a new essay by the author, introducing one of the most original and iconic stories of the Asian diasporic experience and an essential work of fiction in the Asian American literary canon.
    ISBN 9781885030511. Kaya Press.
    • $33.00
  • Stepping Out (announced as Black Men Clubbing)

    Stepping Out (announced as Black Men Clubbing)

    Black Men Clubbing is a view into the celebrated male por- traits by the late Chicago photographer Michael Abramson from black nightclubs of mid-70s South Side Chicago. These fantastic, fun, and diverse photos taken by this young white man in a fashionable black environment are celebrated and analyzed in reference and response to today’s black culture.Abramson attended these clubs regularly from late 1974 to 1977, many of which were run by impresario Johnny Pepper and featured a mixture of blues, jazz, funk and early disco music. The men and women who attended these clubs were dressed to the nines, and this photo book features their exuberant clothing and attitude.
    ISBN 9783943330311. Gingko Press.
    not yet published
    • $83.50
  • Stonewall 50

    Stonewall 50

    Stonewall 50 marks the anniversary of the police raid and subsequent riots with work by Leilah Babirye, Tony Feher, Chitra Ganesh, Barbara Hammer, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt, David Lejeune, Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin, Troy Michie, Zanele Muholi, Catherine Opie, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Christina Quarles, Paul Mpagi Sepuya and Anthony Sonnenberg.
    ISBN 9781951208004. Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston.
    • $39.95
  • Tobias Zielony: Maskirovka

    Tobias Zielony: Maskirovka

    German photographer and filmmaker Tobias Zielony's (born 1973) latest series documents the gay techno scene of Kiev, Ukraine. Maskirovka alludes to a Russian method of deceptive warfare evoking images of gas masks and hooded soldiers, while the photographs themselves explore other types of “masking” in the expression of sexual identity.
    ISBN 9788867492923. Mousse Publishing.
    • $59.99
  • Tom of Finland XXL

    Tom of Finland XXL

    Discover the full range of Tom’s talent, from sensitive portraits and frank sexual pleasure to tender expressions of love and haunting tributes and young men struck down by AIDS. Essays on Tom’s social and personal impact by Camille Paglia, John Waters, Armistead Maupin, Todd Oldham, and others, plus a scholarly analysis of individual drawings by art historian Edward Lucie-Smith round out this elegant, oversized volume.
    ISBN 9783836527248. TASCHEN.
    • $150.00
  • Tom of Finland. The Complete Kake Comics BU

    Tom of Finland. The Complete Kake Comics BU

    The complete adventures of Kake, Tom of Finland's dark-haired, mustached leatherman, who travelled the world on his motorcycle to spread the seeds of ecstatically explicit gay sex. See Tom's own personal fantasies lived out in these 26 episodes of mustaches, muscles and liberated libido, now some of the most famous cartoons in the history of gay art.
    ISBN 9783836550512. TASCHEN.
    • $40.00