To much of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community, the " Don't Ask, Don't Tell " policy is but a distant memory nearly two years after its controversial repeal. But a New York art exhibit is taking a look back at the days when gay military members had to stay closeted when it came to their personal lives. The exhibit features images of "love and lust with, and among, soldiers, sailors and others with weapons and uniforms," according to museum officials, and includes some erotically-charged pieces by Michael Sennet, Thom Adams, Yznaga Regan and others. One of the exhibition's curators described the show not only as "timely and significant," particularly in the wake of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal, but also representative of the long-standing fascination many gay men have with military officers. Project Space from Aug. US Edition U.
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Because coloring books obviously aren't fulfilling their duties if they're not making you scream in horror. Not only does it include "equal amounts of both naked women and men," but there's also a tasteful game called "Find the Pussy. For when you graduate from coloring in rabbits of a forest nature There's no use lying: We know you're going to start working "titstacular" into your vocabulary. Thanks, "D. Learning about history is important, and yet
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Touko Valio Laaksonen 8 May — 7 November , best known by his pseudonym Tom of Finland , was a Finnish artist known for his stylized highly masculinized homoerotic art, and for his influence on lateth century gay culture. He has been called the "most influential creator of gay pornographic images" by cultural historian Joseph W. Laaksonen was born on 8 May and raised by a middle-class family in Kaarina , a town in southwestern Finland , near the city of Turku.
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