Friday, May 8, 2020

We Were Always There

During these difficult times, I hope all of you are all safely sheltered in place. We survived the AIDs crisis, we will survive Covid 19. Like most of you, I am currently out of work for the foreseeable future, so please donate if you can afford to.

Since the men in these photos are unknown, it's impossible to know if they were gay couples or just "good friends." Most vintage 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


  1. I'm retired and feeling the pinch myself, so I can't contribute - but I do want to thank you for all the wonderful old pics you post every week. Today's set really does seem to prove "we were always there."

  2. These are amazing! How do you find them all? I love the one of the two guys by the car under the "meats" sign. Ironic/Iconic.

  3. I just stumbled across your blog looking for James Dean history and it's so lovely! Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos. <3