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Author: Daniel Villarreal

Gaming
You’ll Lust After the Male Version of Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft

For any gaymer who has ever wanted a male version of Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft, meet Nathan Thomas. He’ll raid your dreams.

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History
Ever Wondered How American Nudist Resorts Deal With Erections?

Almost all nudist resorts handle erections with a “cover it up” policy, but some naturists consider that an outdated form of body shaming

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Art
5 Times Hunky Disney Princes Got Hot For Each Other (Through Fan Art)

Because Disney has not yet put a major same-sex romance onscreen, it’s no wonder there’s so much gay Disney fan art — here’s five of our favorites!

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Culture
The Muxes of Mexico Are a ‘Third Gender’ Who Straddle the Line Between Respected and Reviled

Muxes are a ‘third-gender’ largely recognized in the Juchitán region of Oaxaca, Mexico. But though they’re extraordinary, they don’t live charmed lives

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Art
An Artist Has Reimagined the ‘Seven Dwarfs’ as Muscular Pin-Up Hunks

The little dudes from Disney’s 1937 film ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ are back and bigger than ever as muscular pin-ups

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Art
Gods, Dildos & Penis Pottery: A Visual History of Phallic Sculptures Throughout History

Art history is filled with many instances of penis sculpture. We’ve chosen six of the most prominent examples to show how dicks have changed over time

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Gaming
You Need to Play This Video Game Where You Avoid Cops While Giving Bathroom Blowjobs

Robert Yang’s “The Tearoom” is a video game where you have to give furtive blowjobs while avoiding the police; it’s also based on a 1962 historical event

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Culture
‘Call Me Mother’: How Drag Mothers Are Raising a New Generation of Queens

This Mother’s Day we’re exploring the concept of drag mothers with two of our favorite queens from two generations of drag

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Editors' Picks
Photographer Peter Hujar Reveals Gay Nudes, Drag Queens and Queer Weirdos of 1970s NYC

Even if you’ve never heard of Peter Hujar, you’ve probably seen some of his revealing, iconic images of queers living in 1970s New York City

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Editors' Picks
Grappling With Homophobia: A Short, Campy History of 9 Gay Pro-Wrestling Characters

These 9 gay wrestling characters from U.S. pro-wrestling show the sport’s uneasy relationship with homosexuality (although some of them are kinda great)

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