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Published from — , the glossy lifestyle publication began with issues that featured soft-core male images alongside articles covering topics of LGBTQ interest; in the 90s, faced with competition from newer magazines, the format changed to focus more on overtly nude photos, discontinuing most of its non-porn content. What follows is a hypnotic, Freudian blend of voyeurism, fantasy and sexual exploration, packed with man-to-man action, accompanied with evocative classical music, and featuring an all-male cast that includes Ronnie Shark, Peter Fisk and Bill Cable. Screening at the event will be a beautifully restored version, taken from the original 16mm film negatives. During the evening, Miss Tiger will also discuss the work of the Foundation and moderate a short discussion of the film prior to movie showtime. Attendees are invited to stay throughout the evening for signature cocktails, meet-and-greet, prizes, silent auctions, and more. Politics Local D. Share John Paul King. Former D. Lavers posted on August 6,
Donald N. Donald was born on July 8, to. Benjamin and Anne Embinder in the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan. The family later moved to Midtown where Donald enjoyed spending Sunday mornings watching hockey games at Madison Square Garden. He attended Fieldston, a private prepatory school in Riverdale, and went on to attend the University of Rochester. He later received his M. A at The Wharton School of Business.
Blueboy was one of the early gay men's lifestyle and entertainment magazines available in the U. It was published monthly from to The founding publisher was Donald N. Embinder, a former advertising representative for After Dark , an arts magazine with a substantial gay readership. The magazine shares its name with a famous portrait by 18th-century master Thomas Gainsborough , and its inaugural cover was a parody of that painting. Noted artists Mel Odom and George Stavrinos have contributed to the publication. Blueboy began as a glossy, gay male magazine that covered the Washington D. The magazine quickly became hugely successful, going from 26, subscriptions in to , subscriptions in In , Mr.