… IS A BI-MONTHLY MALE PHOTOGRAPHY, CULTURE AND TRAVEL BOOKAZINE. EACH ISSUE IS SHOT IN A DIFFERENT CITY WITH LOCAL BOYS AND LOCAL STORIES. THE PHOTOS OF THE GUYS ARE UN-AIRBRUSHED AND THE TEXTS THEY WRITE ABOUT THEIR LIVES ARE UNEDITED, GIVING YOU AN AUTHENTIC AND INTIMATE EXPERIENCE. ELSKA IS MADE WITH LOVE AND CELEBRATES HONESTY, DIVERSITY, AND THE BEAUTY OF THE EVERYDAY MAN. WE ARE HERE TO EXPLORE THE WORLD THROUGH ITS MEN, MAKING YOU FEEL LIKE A WELCOMED GUEST THROUGH EACH COLLECTIBLE ISSUE.
Just watched The Danish Girl the other night… loved the costume design/ art direction… the movie, not so much. Beautiful to look at but the story didn’t draw me in… and the wigs got worse as it went on. But it made me want to look at the art of Gerda Wegener. Goddess, she was soooooo good! Take a look…
HECTOR BLACK “90-Year-Old Gay Man Recalls Long Struggle With His Sexuality” and other things. (via NPR)
NPR: Ninety-year-old Hector Black has been on Radiolab and StoryCorps, talking about how he forgave the man who murdered one of his daughters. But he tells NPR’s Ari Shapiro a different story — one he hasn’t shared before. It’s his life as a closeted gay man — a husband and a father — who didn’t come out until he was 70 years old.
FASHIONABLY MALE: Erik Lazarini a whispered mind and photographer in NYC who showing off an artsy photography entitled “Lines and Shadows” a beautiful geometry set with natural lighting and featuring Mitch all eyes on shapes, lines and the male form . Erik born and raised in Mexico City, he’s cuttingly based in New York City, running the project, based in the deconstruction of the human figure into basic elements based on the geometry, using the lines provided naturally by the body. SEE MORE IMAGES FROM “LINE AND SHADOWS” HERE @ ERIK LAZARINI
SUPER-GOOBER/ HAIRY HOLE SUNDAY MEGA-POST!!! STARRING (but sadly, NOT their hairy holes) LITTLE JOE, TICO PATTERSON, Mr. HARDY!!!
BROADLY: San Francisco, New York, Washington DC, and New Orleans are four of the biggest gay party meccas in America, yet the cities’ lesbian bars keep shutting down. Why are lesbian bars dying while gay male clubs continue to thrive? Is it because of rising rent prices, the stereotype of lesbians moving in after the first date, the rise of the trans rights movement, or something more complex? Broadly host JD Samson travels across America to find the answer.
WATCH THE VIDEO after THE JUMP!