SF GLBT History Museum Presents Traveling Exhibition of Gay Erotic Art, 1950s-1990s
From July to October, the GLBT History Museum will present a historical retrospective of erotic illustrations by artists who worked for gay men's magazines from the 1950s to the 1990s.
"Stroke: From Under the Mattress to the Museum Wall" originated at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City. The San Francisco show is its only scheduled West Coast appearance.
Curated by artist Robert W. Richards, this exhibition of a largely forgotten body of work not only explores the male form, but also offers an examination of erotic fantasies as experienced through publications that were available at nearly every newsstand in America, but that men often hid under their mattresses for fear of being discovered.
Can’t Take the Heat? Head to the Crocker!
Looking for some summer fun that does not involve the great (read: hot) outdoors?
The Crocker Art Museum has just the thing for you. Their new film series, Adult Summer CAMP!, offers you the chance to take in a campy flick inside their air-conditioned Setzer Foundation Auditorium.
What defines a campy flick: films that are exuberant, playful, dramatized and hilarious (though not always intentionally).
All of us here at Outword are saddened, and yes, outraged, at the terrorist act that took the lives of 50 of our cherished brothers and sisters. Our hearts go out to their lovers, families, friends, the Orlando LGBT Community, our Nation’s LGBT community and to our allies, who are weeping with us. We are a strong community, and when our tears have dried, our resolve will only be stronger. We will, each in our own way, strive to build a world where love replaces hatred in the heart’s of all mankind.
SACRAMENTO CALL TO ACTION IN SUPPORT OF ORLANDO:
The Sacramento LGBT Community Center joins the nation in mourning the loss of 50 lives at the hands of an extremist gunman in an Orlando-based gay, Latino night club on Saturday evening.
We IMPLORE all Sacramentans outraged by this horrific incident to join us at 4:00PM at Faces Night Club (2000 K St.) to gather in defiance of the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Twenty - three
In chapter 22, Kevin and Jack make up while the new neighbor makes plans, and in chapter 23, James comes out and Tony confronts Abby.
c h a p t e r t w e n t y – t h r e e
“I came out to my parents,” announces James. He and Tony are walking through McKinley Park.
- Free Theater & Cheap Movies
- The Post Pride 2016 Issue is Out Now!
- X-Men Invade Theaters Plus Bogie At The Crest
- Sacramento Pride is So Hot Right Now
- Show Steve Hansen Your Appreciation
- OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Twenty - two
- Outword Is Hosting a Diana Ross Concert Pre-Party
- Auburn’s State Theatre to Screen the "Celluloid Closet"
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