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FOF #2948 – Loving: A Collection of Photos of Men in Love Transcends Time

“Love is love” became the rally cry of the modern LGBTQ+ movement, declaring that love is universal among all people. But in the past, the love that dared not speak its name found other ways to express itself in photography.

Thankfully, photograph collectors and real life married couple Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell have uncovered thousands of intimate photos of same male sex couples, many of which are featured in their new book: Loving: A Photographic History of Men in Love 1850s-1950s.

Today Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell join us to take a look at these marvelous photographs from their book Loving and untangle the secret codes men had for expressing love and intimacy.

Posted in: Interviews, Podcast, Writers 28 days ago 0

FOF #2558 – How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Selfie

Some folks think taking selfies is the ultimate expression of narcissism, but selfies are important in shaping how we think of ourselves. After all, when you post a selfie you’re just one click away from having random strangers telling you exactly what they think of your face.

Today writer and selfie expert Alicia Eler joins us to talk about her new book “The Selfie Generation” which takes a revealing look at the power and potential of selfies to shape the world.

Posted in: Interviews, Podcast, Writers 3 years ago 1

FOF #2400 – Lemme See What’s On Your Phone

When we last chatted with photographer Derrick Woods Morrow, he was getting ready for a summer artist residency at the gay vacation destination of Fire Island, New York.

Today, Derrick Woods-Morrow returns to share with us his exciting stories about having sex for art and why Fire Island’s Meat Hanger cruising spot ain’t what it used to be.

Posted in: Artists/Designers, Interviews, Podcast 5 years ago 0

FOF #2356 – Into the Woods

Photographer Derrick Woods-Morrow likes to play a game while creating his art: he uses a stopwatch to figure out how long it takes him to approach an unknown man in public and get them to pose nude for his camera.

Today, Derrick Woods-Morrow, whose photography and sculpture draws upon his experiences as a queer black man, joins us to tell us what happened after he convinced complete strangers to get photographed naked.

Posted in: Artists, Interviews, Podcast 5 years ago 7

FOF #2029 – Guardians of Depravity

Guardians of the Galaxy blew up last weekend, with an impressive $94 million debut, making it the biggest August opening ever.

Besides being a hilarious tribute to space action films, the summer blockbuster opens the door to awesome sequels and cements comedic hunk Chris Pratt as the Internet’s most favorite celebrity. Move over Jennifer Lawrence, here comes something meatier!

Today Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at why Guardians of the Galaxy is a fun success while the film Green Lantern fails miserably.

Posted in: Podcast 7 years ago 6

Water Wigs Captured with High Speed Cameras

Looking fierce girls! In a recent series of photos called Water Wigs, L.A. photographer Tim Tadder captures photos of bald men with water balloons exploding on their heads. Love the ephemeral nature of this drag […]

Posted in: Culture & Style, Drag & Trans, Images, Technology 9 years ago 3

FOFA #1459 – Capturing Gay America

About two and a half years ago, celebrity photographer Scott Pasfield lost work due to the poor economy so he went on an adventure to travel all 50 states including Hawaii and Alaska to capture the stories and photos of everyday gay men in a book, “Gay in America.”

Posted in: Books, Classic Podcasts, Interviews, Podcast, Writers 9 years ago 0

VIDEO: When Photographers Go Camping…

A fun little video with the hunky shirtless photographers appearing amongst the other fun stuff.

Posted in: Animals, Hunks, Videos 9 years ago 0

FOF #1459 – Capturing Gay America

About two and a half years ago, celebrity photographer Scott Pasfield lost work due to the poor economy so he went on an adventure to travel all 50 states including Hawaii and Alaska to capture the stories and photos of everyday gay men in a book, “Gay in America.”

Posted in: Artists, Books, Interviews, Podcast, Writers 10 years ago 2

VIDEO: Lost and Found Photos

In January, I posted about a cross country skier who developed film he found in the snow. He was quite surprised at the quality of the photography and wanted to find out who took such […]

Posted in: News & Rumors, Travel, Videos 10 years ago 2