The "Gay" History of

By Advocate.com Editors

Originally published on Advocate.com July 20 2010 8:40 PM ET

It's been two years since the last installment of A&F Quarterly, and with this month's relaunch (cover pictured), Abercrombie & Fitch's famous (and, to be fair, sometimes infamous) "catalog" reportedly boasts more male nudity than female. Courting the gay dollar is nothing new for the company, as a quick look back at some of the Quarterly's most obvious homoerotic moments proves.

Click through for a look at some old favorites — and some new pics that will undoubtedly win over a few new fans.

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ABERCROMBIE NEW X560

From the new edition of A&F Quarterly.

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ABERCROMBIE ELEVEN X560

From the new edition of A&F Quarterly.