Queer News

Check Out a Timeline of Milestones in LGBT Parenting History

  October is LGBT History Month, so I want to celebrate with a look at some of the historical milestones—of laws, visibility, and community—related to LGBT parents. This is not meant to be a comprehensive look at the 40-year history of out LGBT parents, but simply a brief list of a few LGBT parenting “firsts.” […]

Art

Postmodernism is Dead? “Postmodernism—Style and Subversion 1970-1990.”

What is fucking art anyhow? “Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990,” will be at the V&A Museum from 24 Sept 2011 to 15 Jan 2012. The exhibition is supported by the Friends of the V&A with further support from Barclays Wealth (www.prospectmagazine.co.uk) I have some good news—kick back, relax, enjoy the rest of the summer, stop […]

Fashion

God Father Nathan Clark, Creator of the Clarks Desert Boot, Passes Away

A slight delay on this one. Mr Clark passed back in June. “Sad news in the world of men’s footwear. Nathan Clark, creator of the iconic Clarks Desert Boot has died at the age of 94. We pull from the Telegraph UK obit: “Clark, a great-grandson of James Clark, who co-founded the Quaker footwear company in 1825, […]

Art

American Hunks 1860 to 1970

From homoerotic imagery used in American military recruitment posters and Nazi propaganda to shots of bodybuilders like Charles Atlas and Johnny “Tarzan” Weismuller, David L. Chapman’s American Hunks examines the packaging of the male physique in popular culture, movies, magazines, and ads from 1860 to 1970. For more information on American Hunks, visit Arsenal Pulp Press’s website. To […]