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Bert Krus
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Coming Out Day memories: in 1984, the year of my coming out, Bronski Beat hit the pop charts with their singles Smalltown Boy and Why. All members of the group were openly gay. My favorite track was Love & Money: https://youtu.be/hZLj_2rZSK0 Later that year they released their debut album "The Age Of Consent". In those days, many European countries had reduced the age of consent for homosexual acts to 16, but it remained at 21 in the United Kingdom. Bronski Beat objected with melancholic disco music, their lyrics told of oppression and pain of gay related issues. 33 years ago...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Age_of_Consent
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11-10-17
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Finally I decorated one book shelf for my sunday porcelain by Royal Albert England (Prudence - Sweet Violets - Mayflower ), Koninklijke Mosa Maastricht Netherlands, Winterling Kirchenlamitz Bavaria en Z & Co Tirschenreuth Bavaria Germany. The mug is actually an old moustache mug. The X prevends me from walking against the glass :-)
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Great dry beats by BluntedBeatz - "I am" from Twin Peaks: Music from the Limited Event Series.
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Tom of Finland was a Finnish artist known for his stylized highly masculinized homoerotic fetish art, and his influence on late twentieth century gay culture.
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William Tyler is my new hero. He wrote his last instrumental country album called Modern County after a crippling anxiety attack while driving on the high way. Gorgeous soundscape, awesome production, pure audio.
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Robert Ellis, by far the most handsome alternative country singer. Check out his latest untitled album with jazz and electronic influences.
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10-09-17
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#chickenlove to whom it concerns
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Rudolph Karl Alexander Schneider, commonly known as Sascha Schneider (21 September 1870 – 18 August 1927), was a homosexual German painter. He became famous for his depiction of the Freikörperkultur within the context of symbolism, visualizing ideas through the human boy. Christ and angels were transformed to convey new notions of anxiety and discontent. He founded a body-building institute called Kraft-Kunst, where some of the models for his work trained. He also was the cover illustrator for many of Carl May's books.
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16-07-17
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Nathan Rapport is multimedia artist living in Los Angeles. He works full time creating visibly queer, sex positive art.
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14-07-17
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