Shut Your Facebook

Shut Your Facebook

Leif Harmsen isn't just anti-Facebook — he's so against the social networking site, the gay artist has created a "Shut Your Facebook" T-shirt line just to drive the point home.

The Kids Are All Right

The Kids Are All Right

Photographer Jeffrey Kilmer has dedicated the last seven years to capturing the awkwardness, rebellion, and personal style of young men across the country and around the world. His book, 23% PURE, is a collection of hot guys, far and wide.

Fairey Good

Fairey Good

Shepherd Fairey helped raise funds for the LGBT community at the Shepard Fairey Equality Project.

Best of the Bicons

In honor of Celebrate Bisexuality Day, we're highlighting our favorite artistic females who put the B in LGBT.

Photo Exclusive: Men in Motion

Photo Exclusive: Men in Motion

Acclaimed photographer François Rousseau explores the innate eroticism of dancers, their mental focus, and their muscular bodies in his book Men in Motion: The Art and Passion of the Male Dancer. Here’s an exclusive first look.

In Celebration of "Gay Icons"

Take a sneak peek at some of the 60 "Gay Icons" celebrated from now through October 18 at the National Portrait Gallery in London, including k.d. lang, Virginia Woolf, and Quentin Crisp.

New York Public Library Goes Gay

If a picture is really worth a thousand words, the New York Public Library's powerful exhibit, "1969: The Year of Gay Liberation," is the essence of our history as LGBT Americans, condensed into indelible words and images.

When Sex Mets Murder

When Sex Meets Murder

Out.com has published a collection of photos titled Mementi Mori, a body of work that features locations where biological men, sometimes boys, were murdered because they were gay or transgender.

13 Love Stories to Overturn Prop. 8

13 Love Stories to Overturn Prop. 8

As the California Supreme Court hears oral arguments against Prop. 8, the UCLA Art | Global Health Center gets political with the video art project 13LoveStories.com.

Pop Art Goes Political

Pop Art Goes Political

While Fairey remains obsessed with subversive propaganda, his work is now less oblique -- his Obama posters were the defining image of the 2008 election.

Syndicate content

AddThis

Quantcast