Pride Style 2017

Wear your true colors on your sleeves and just about everywhere else, while supporting important organizations

Visibility represents a primary component to Pride Month, the LGBTQ+ community’s rolling series of celebrations, talks, parades and activist events across the nation. As members of this diverse, beautiful body of individuals stand forward with strength and defy suppression and ignorance, apparel becomes more than a fashion statement, it’s a political one. It’s a unifier, a group announcement, and a bold statement of togetherness. The …

Photos from NYC’s 2016 Pride March

In a Pride parade that was celebratory as well as heartbreakingly reflective, NYC’s LGBTQIA community and its allies were out in huge numbers yesterday. With some 30K+ people marching and 1.6 million spectators, the march was apparently the biggest in the world. While there were plenty of playful, sparkly and skimpy outfits; rainbows aplenty; dancing and smiling faces; there were also solemn moments. The Gays …

Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland at MOCA

A retrospective on the work of two of the most influential figures in post-war homoerotic art

Tomorrow, 2 November, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) will unveil Bob Mizer & Tom of Finland, an exhibition profiling the works of Bob Mizer (19221992) and Touko Laaksonen, aka Tom of Finland (19201991). Organized by MOCA curator Bennett Simpson and guest co-curator Richard Hawkins, the exhibition showcases two artists whose works were focused on the erotic. Hawkins, a contemporary artist who worked …