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11. Stripped Uncensored, Popular
After ""Stripped - The Illustrated Male"" comes ""Stripped Uncensored"" - all the big names in the field of gay erotica, wilder and hotter than ever

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Hits: [2185]
From: Art and Photo Books/Comic and Graphic Novels


12. Turnon: Gear, Popular
There is a growing fan base for hot men in gear such as lycra and industrial textiles, rubber and sport uniforms down to the last detail. Following the success of our anthologies "Turnon: Sports" and "Turnon: Muscles", we present a new compilation of extraordinary photo artwork worshipping the world of male pleasure and fetish. "Turnon: Gear" explores the self-conception of various fetishes far from leather in a high-value 256-page coffee-table book. This stunning compilation features photographs by top names such as Joan Crisol, Mark Henderson, Joe Oppedisano, Dylan Rosser, Michael Stokes, Gaz, John Gress, among many others.

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Hits: [2116]
From: Art and Photo Books/Nude Male Photobooks


13. Dancer from the Dance, Popular
Dancer from the Dance One of the most important works of gay literature, this haunting, brilliant novel is a seriocomic remembrance of things past - and still poignantly present. It depicts the adventures of Malone, a beautiful young man searching for love amid New York's emerging gay scene. From Manhattan's Everard Baths and after-hours discos to Fire Island's deserted parks and lavish orgies

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Hits: [2080]
From: Gay Literature/Gay Fiction


14. At My Mother's Knee...: and other low joints, Popular
Paul O'Grady, apart from being one of Britain's best loved entertainers, is a classic example of reinvention, as At My Mother’s Knee demonstrates. The young Liverpool entertainer, an altar boy from Irish Catholic Birkenhead, becomes the acid-tongued and outrageous drag queen Lily Savage, and moves from gay pubs to national television, creating something of a British comic institution en route (O'Grady's caustic drag character was a world away from safer predecessors such as Danny La Rue). But O'Grady (like other comic performers such as John Cleese) realised that comic creations can have a limited shelf life, and reinvented himself as ‘Paul O'Grady’, coming out from behind the false breasts and towering wigs as a toned-down (but still camp), more audience-friendly TV presenter (wisely, he retained the abrasive voice and a Scouse accent that could be cut with a knife).

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Hits: [2057]
From: Biographies/Paul O'Grady


15. Briefs Encountered, Popular
"Briefs Encountered is quite as hilarious, clever, stylish, charming and wickedly witty as Noel Coward... It would easier to stab a puppy or slap a baby than to dislike such an utterly lovable book.'" (Stephen Fry)

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Hits: [2011]
From: Gay Literature/Gay Fiction


16. Men in the Alps, Popular
Buff men in front of an impressive backdrop: Men in the Alps gives us a slew of outdoorsmen in sexy poses between mountain stream, farmstead, and summit cross. Men in the Alps is a successful charity calendar brand. This volume features the best pictures of the recently concluded series in a hardcover book.

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Hits: [1999]
From: Art and Photo Books/Nude Male Photobooks


17. Poolside Pleasures, Popular
This compilation is a spectacular look at the extraordinary evolution of a remarkable artist. In "Poolside Pleasures," we look back at Mark Henderson's breathtaking photography from "Household Idols" (2008), "Suburban Pleasures" (2010), "Poolside" (2011), "Luminosity" (2012), and "American Eros" (2013) while also looking forward. Featuring several sizzling, never-before-published images, "Poolside Pleasures" takes us in and out of the pool and truly lives up to its name: The best of Mark Henderson, at your pleasure.

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Hits: [1983]
From: Art and Photo Books/Nude Male Photobooks


18. Guilty Hearts, Popular
Kathryn is a successful interior designer whose personal life lacks the excitement she so deeply craves. Rachel is young, uninhibited and always on the lookout for fun. When the two women meet, the attraction is instant and electric but, unbeknown to Kathryn, their meeting was not coincidental. As genuine feelings between the women intensify – will their chance of happiness be destroyed by the truth?

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Hits: [1981]
From: Lesbian Literature/Lesbian Romance


19. A Gay History of Britain: Love and Sex Between Men Since the Middle Ages, Popular
Covering nearly a thousand years from the Norman Conquest to the internet age, this is a history rich in personalities, not only public figures like Richard Lionheart or Derek Jarman, but also little-known individuals such as Eleanor, a cross-dresser in Chaucer s England, and Mark Partridge, branded a mollying bitch in eighteenth-century London. A Gay History of Britain tells their stories against a shifting historical background of changing laws, fluctuations of popular prejudice, and unexpectedly influential events, such as the coming of the railways. It also poses some intriguing and crucial questions. Did Richard Lionheart, Eleanor, Mark Partridge and Derek Jarman share a sense of sexual identity? How differently did the mollies of the eighteenth-century and the twentieth-century activists of Outrage! think of themselves? What links and divides the vivid expression of homosexuality in the playhouses of Renaissance London and the secrets and scandals of Victorian England? Drawing on a fabulous wealth of research, the authors each an expert in his field have worked closely together to deliver a compelling and eye-opening exploration of the many different ways in which British men have expressed their love and desire for one another.

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Hits: [1957]
From: History/Gay


20. Chaos, Popular
What happens when a life implodes? When a respected older man, a product of the liberated 1970s, is incapable of cleaning up his act for the twenty-first century? When he pursues sex with a rabidity his body and his reputation can no longer sustain? In this collection, which features two new, previously unpublished stories, Edmund White explores different aspects of ageing, romance and sex. Taking an unsparing look at gay midlife, these stories are not fiction devoted to the dim splendours and miseries of the past but rather to the unsettling, irresistible claims of the present. Age remains one of the great taboos of gay culture, but Edmund White, as iconoclastic as ever, writes about maturity with the same precision and insight he brought to adolescence in A Boy's Own Story. Edmund White has always been the ideal travelling companion, as he demonstrated in The Flaneur; here, he invites the reader to accompany him to Florida, the Greek Isles, and Turkey - and into the chaotic gay demimonde of contemporary New York.

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Hits: [1954]
From: Gay Literature/Gay Fiction


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