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The photos that fill nearly all of #girlgaze’s 272 pages were selected from over 750,000 images that were submitted via Instagram using the project’s eponymous hashtag… read more
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Beyond Magenta is a collection of the real-life stories of six young transgender people in America, interviewed and photographed by Susan Kuklin. Most of the teens live in New York, with the exception of Luke, who is from Wisconsin. Some of the six are still in their teens, while others are out of their teens by… read more
“Music was an escape for me when self-expression was, at least so I thought, a punishable offense.”… read more
Morrisroe didn’t have the longevity, dying from AIDS at age 30, but he had the fame and notoriety to justify the release of his ephemera: letters, song lyrics, hospital records, art school reviews, exhibition advertisements, and excerpts from his collaborative Boston punk-scene ‘zine, Dirt…. read more
San Diego-based author Laura Preble’s latest book, Out, is likely to get people thinking about same-sex relationships from a new angle. Preble’s story begins when Chris Bryant, the son of a preacher, finds himself in love with a girl. This might sound pretty conventional, except for one detail: in Chris’s society, a romance between members… read more
French-born photographer and documentarist Chantal Regnault began documenting New York City ballroom and voguing scene in the late 1980s, capturing it at its height.
Her collection, Voguing and the House Ballroom Scene of New York City 1989-92, was released this year by Soul Jazz Records. Regnault took some time to answer a few questions related to the publication.
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