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Must Have BUTT: Most Unputdownable Issue of BUTT Magazine Ever (29)

In case you missed that BUTT 29 came out last month. The most unputdownable issue of BUTT ever has just arrived. Diehard fans had to wait two years for it. This extra thick, double issue is spread out over one hundred and forty-four pink pages, and is filled with humpy guys (raises hand).

Photography by Matthew Lowe

 

BUTT 29 is a kind of gay guy’s A-to-Z of hot and fascinating homos, each revealed in stark black and white photography, then sandwiched in between eight penetrating interviews from our most nosey contributors. It’s also the first issue ever to be perfect bound with two distinct covers, both by longtime collaborator Wolfgang Tillmans and both featuring German super beauty Karl.

Among other faggotries, BUTT 29 tells you about the faggiest profession in the universe, one thirteen-and-a-half inch schlong (okay, nine-and-a-half inches when it’s soft), provides advice for beating your meat on a budget, and drops in on John Waters chatting with a man in drag! Our style-conscious readers will want to take a very close look at a series of Sex Looks featuring hot guy Christopher (everyone wants to get into his pants and you’ll see why).

In the coming days, BUTT 29 will make its way to bookstores, sexshops, museums, galleries, and our dear subscribers around the globe. It may also be ordered directly through BUTT’s online shop for €7.50, or from one of our loyal stockists below:

Baltimore:
Atomic Books

Boston:
Newbury Comics

Chicago:
MoCA
Quimby’s Bookstore
Unabridged Bookstore

Los Angeles:
Book Soup
MoCA
Ooga Booga
Rudy’s Barbershops
Skylight Books

Miami:
Base

Minneapolis:
Walker Art Center

New York City:
Bluestockings
Casa Global News
Etcetera News
Marc Jacobs
McNally Jackson Books
New Museum
OAK
Opening Ceremony
Patricia Field
Printed Matter
St. Mark’s Bookshop
Rainbows and Triangles

Oakland:
Pegasus & Pendragon Books

Philadelphia:
Giovanni’s Room

Portland:
Counter Media
Powell’s Books

San Francisco:
Books Inc.
M.A.C.

St. Louis:
Left Bank Books

West Hollywood:
Circus of Books

Williamsburg:
Spoonville & Sugartown

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