Help save the Bob Mizer Estate

One American photographer. A fifty-year career. Two MILLION images. Largest collection of his work between the late 1940s and 1992 languishes in non-archival state. The Bob Mizer Foundation announced the launch of a Kickstarter fundraising project that will assist in the permanent preservation of the vast collection of color transparencies produced by controversial Los Angeles […]

Queens at Heart

Queens at Heart Produced in 1967, this amazing 22-minute 35mm short introduces us to Misty, Vicky, Sonja and Simone—four pre-op transsexuals who are subjected to a six-month psychological project and then grilled about their personal lives by a weird guy in a wood-paneled office who claims to have interviewed “thousands of homosexuals” (and who obviously doesn’t get the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity)

It Never Was You (NSFW)

It Never Was You: a song of Judy Garland is heard singing the title track of this short black and white movie about gay cruising (NSFW)
Movie by Patrick Siemer & Lawrence Steger USA, 1993, video, 6 mm It first premiered at the London Gay & Lesbian Film Festival in 1995.

Sigue Sigue Sputnik – Success

Music video by Sigue Sigue Sputnik performing Success. (P) 1988 Sex fun success Sex fun success Luxury – give it me Nothing more and nothing less

Money Success Fame Glamour

Set in 1980s and 90s New York City, Party Monster (2003) tells the true story of Michael Alig (Macaulay Culkin), a small-town boy from Indiana who moved to New York and became arguably the most legendary club-kid party-promote of the era. The film is based on Disco Bloodbath, the autobiographical “novel” James St. James wrote […]

At home with themselves

‘At Home with themeselves’ is the photographer Sage Sohier’s intimate portraits of committed gay couples in the 1980s. The Pink Snout is proud to show you some images from this project. We have been very impressed by your project entitled “At home with themselves”. Same sex couple in America 80s, a turbulent period for homosexual community: the […]

Casa Susanna

  A Photographic Archive from the Collection of Robert Swope and Michel Hurst at auction on October 30th. The collection, comprised of 340 photographs never before offered at auction, provides a glimpse into a time and place, revealing a world once forgotten. Casa Susanna, located in Hunter, New York, was a getaway for heterosexual transvestites […]

Brigitte Fontaine – L’homme objet

Brigitte Fontaine – L’homme objet (1968) Que ferais-je de vous, mon homme objet? Que ferais-je de tout ce beau palais? De grands muscles si doux et si parfaits Que ferais-je de vous, mon homme objet? Vous mettrais-je debout, à mon chevet? Pour voir luire vos genoux hardiment faits Vous garderais-je couché à mes pieds? Pour […]

My type – unofficial video – Milleluci Tribute

Most of you know the  Saint Motel’s  official video”My type” . This is the unofficial video version that is a tribute to italian 70s tv show and  amazing show girl Raffaella Carrà. The American indie rock band from Los Angeles said that they where …Inspired by the great Adriano Celentano, Raffaella Carrà, and the fantastic…Milleluci! Below the original […]

Mario Banana

Andy Warhol’s Mario Banana (Nos. 1 and 2), 1964. Two 16-mm film starring Mario Montez The two films are less than 3 minutes each and are similar enough to appear to have been filmed on the same day. It’s another close-up of a face, this one a bit tighter. The faces position suggests that Mario Montez, […]

Rah Band – Clouds Across The Moon

“Clouds Across the Moon” is a song written by Richard Anthony Hewson. It was released as a single in March 1985 on his studio group the RAH Band’s album Mystery. The single reached the top 10 of the singles charts in the UK, The Netherlands and Sweden. The vocals were performed by Hewson’s wife Liz

Secos & Molhados – Flores Astrais

Secos & Molhados was an innovative Brazilian band formed in 1971 that helped launch singer Ney Matogrosso’s career. The other two members were João Ricardo, founder and main songwriter of the group, and Gerson Conrad. Though this first line-up was short-lived – only two albums were released, one in 1973 and one in 1974 – […]