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Help preserve the legacy of Blueboy.
Founded in 1974 by Donald N. Embinder, Blueboy quickly grew to become a prominent men's monthly magazine. The glossy featured some of the LGBTQ community's most prestigious writers and artists -- among them Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, William S. Burroughs, Edmund White, John Rechy, Patricia Nell Warren, Christopher Isherwood, and Randy Shilts. It covered both lifestyle as well as vital political news related to Harvey Milk, Ed Koch, Anita Bryant, and the AIDS epidemic. It wasn't bad to look at, either.
Today, the Blueboy Archives & Cultural Arts Foundation is working to preserve this legacy through a series of Monday film screenings and other events to raise money for the digitizing of the Blueboy Archives. Support this project March 16 at Faultline in Los Angeles for the screening of Wakefield Poole's sexual and avant-garde film, Bijou. The event will also feature remarks from Miss Tiger, the foundation's founder and executive director.
Find tickets on Eventbrite and learn more about Blueboy's legacy at BACAF.org.