PHOTOS: John Arsenault's Moment

PHOTOS: John Arsenault's Moment

Arsenault's prolific output of photos of his workplace, his friends, and himself tells a story of this moment in time in Southern California.

In the Galleries: Inframen

In the Galleries: The Imperfections of Inframen

Arieli's infrared portraits of dancers have a ghostly beauty as they reveal imperfections in men at the peak of their youth.

PHOTOS: Alaska Is for Lovers

PHOTOS: Alaska Is for Lovers

Mitch Kitter and Shalem Mathew have tapped into the power of beautiful images with their series of couples portraits in Alaska. Help them hit the other 49 states.

PHOTOS: Israel's First Gay Holocaust Memorial

PHOTOS: Israel's First Gay Holocaust Memorial

As many as 15,000 LGBT people were killed in Nazi concentration camps. Tel Aviv is the first Israeli city to unveil a memorial.

PHOTOS: Prescription for a Polar Vortex

PHOTOS: Prescription for a Polar Vortex

Matt Monath's photos remind us why we live through winter. Warning: These images are for medicinal purposes only.

20 LGBT Couples Who Have Been in Love More Than a Decade

20 LGBT Couples In Love For More Than a Decade

An inside look at photographer B. Proud's "First Comes Love" exhibition that explores and celebrates the everyday lives and enduring relationships of LGBT couples and families.

PHOTOS: A Little More Cosplay

PHOTOS: A Little More Cosplay

Fall brings out the best and the beast. This is the last Cosplay gallery before we head into all that warm coziness of the holidays.

Polaroids: Tom Bianchi's Fire Island

Polaroids: Tom Bianchi's Fire Island

Bianchi's images of gay men on Fire Island from the '70s evoke a blissful, hedonistic era.

PHOTOS: The Two Worlds of Leon Eldridge

PHOTOS: The Two Worlds of Leon Eldridge

Dave Vaughn's photo essay shows two different sides of one man's life in the conservative city of Lubbock, Texas.

Male Models Go Gaga, Live for the 'Applause'

See some of your favorite models serving Lady Gaga's iconic clown face.

Interview: Russian Artist Slava Mogutin Backs Boycott of Sochi Olympics

Russian Artist Slava Mogutin Backs Olympics Boycott

The artist has asylum in the United States, and he calls the Winter Olympics Putin's "pet project and propaganda vehicle."

Underwear Models Crash Fire Island's Belvedere Guest House

Spend an afternoon with three hotties at the legendary Cherry Grove landmark. 

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