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Friday, August 15, 2014

Male Nude Photography from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 "Thomas Eakins and John Laurie Wallace on a Beach" by Thomas Eakins, 1883, Platinum Print

 "Male Torso" By Man Ray, 1930, Silver Gelatin Print


"Male Nude" by George Platt Lynes, 1930's, Gelatin Silver Print


 "Young Male Nude Seated on Leopard Skin" by Gugliemo Plushow, circa 1890's to 1900's

 "Ebony and Ivory" by F. Holland Day, 1897, Platinum Print

All photos are the property of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 

 


Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Vintage Male Couples













 


























These photos represent just a small fragment of our gay history; unfortunately so much of it has purposely been destroyed. Since most of the men in these photos are unknown, it's pretty much impossible to tell it they were a gay couple or just "good friends." Most photographs of gay couples were eventually destroyed by horrified family members. For every photo that I may have mistakenly identified as gay, thousands more were burned or torn into pieces to keep a family secret.

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Jeffrey Gent

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Vintage Gay and Lesbian Paperbacks














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Thanks,
Jeffrey Gent

Thursday, July 24, 2014

The Love That Dares

















These photos represent just a small fragment of our gay history; unfortunately so much of it has purposely been destroyed. Since most of the men in these photos are unknown, it's pretty much impossible to tell it they were a gay couple or just "good friends." Most photographs of gay couples were eventually destroyed by horrified family members. For every photo that I may have mistakenly identified as gay, thousands more were burned or torn into pieces to keep a family secret.


Thanks,
Jeffrey Gent

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Vintage LGBT Photographs


























These photos represent just a small fragment of our gay history; unfortunately so much of it has purposely been destroyed. Since most of the men in these photos are unknown, it's pretty much impossible to tell it they were a gay couple or just "good friends." Most photographs of gay couples were eventually destroyed by horrified family members. For every photo that I may have mistakenly identified as gay, thousands more were burned or torn into pieces to keep a family secret.


Thanks,
Jeffrey Gent