lusciousniss:

takato yamamoto

lusciousniss:

takato yamamoto

kier-cs:

Bruno Pelassy

kier-cs:

Bruno Pelassy

clintcatalyst:

Heartworms : Scott Treleaven

clintcatalyst:

Heartworms : Scott Treleaven

clintcatalyst:

From The Salivation Army Black Book (1996-2006) : Scott Treleaven

clintcatalyst:

From The Salivation Army Black Book (1996-2006) : Scott Treleaven

Homoerotic Art of Tom of Finland Celebrated on Postal Stamps ⇢

If you are going to Finland or are in Finland, send us stamps for Center for Sex and Culture Archive.

hellodmitri:

Georges Bataille, The Story of the Eye, 1928.

hellodmitri:

Georges Bataille, The Story of the Eye, 1928.

bbygotbach:

Rene Ricard, UNTITLED (“Please hold me the forgotten way”) Oil on linen

bbygotbach:

Rene Ricard, UNTITLED (“Please hold me the forgotten way”)
Oil on linen

Get educated with the Gender Book opening party at CSC.

It’s real and you don’t want to miss out.


twentyfoursunsblog:

Richard Hawkins

twentyfoursunsblog:

Richard Hawkins

contemporaryobsessions:

Richard Hawkins, Untitled, 2006, ink on paper 17 x 14 inches. Richard Telles Fine Art Gallery

contemporaryobsessions:

Richard Hawkins, Untitled, 2006, ink on paper 17 x 14 inches. Richard Telles Fine Art Gallery

moderntimesbookstore:

Modern Times Bookstore Collective is hiring an Events Coordinator!
Modern Times is the West Coast’s oldest collectively-run independent bookstore and a proud member of the Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives and the Northern California Independent Bookseller’s Association. We are celebrating our 43rd year of book selling and rabble-rousing and carry a wide range of new and used books, including books in Spanish, host diverse community events, and maintain relationships with many progressive local organizations.
The Events Coordinator is a part-time, unbenefited position that starts at $10.74/hr, 12-16 hours per week. The Events Coordinator is eligible to potentially become a Modern Times Collective Member in the future. The Events Coordinator will work with a volunteer Events Committee to create unique, diverse and ongoing events for the Bookstore.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
•       booking and promoting in-store and off-site author readings, classes and events
•       responding to requests for events and pro-actively creating diverse events with authors, publishers, publicists, bookbuyers, catalogues, political organizations and communities; obtaining promotional materials
•       publicizing events through monthly calendar, press releases for print and online media, email lists, websites, social media and targeted outreach to organizations and businesses
•       designing ads and bimonthly newsletter
•       overseeing Web content
•       maintaining email outreach list
•       coordinating window displays highlighting events
•       arranging for event setup at MT
•       other tasks as assigned by MT collective and steering committee
Required Qualifications:
•       bookstore love and knowledge
•       events coordination and organization
•       experience and commitment to working collectively and with a wide range of individuals, including volunteers
•       commitment to local community and social/racial/economic justice
•       excellent verbal and written skills
•       self-directed with strong time management skills
•       attention to detail, flexibility; accountability; timeliness; sense of humor
•       computer literacy, particularly with social media, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Mailchimp, Google Docs and Calendar
Desired Qualifications:
•       bookstore experience
•       familiarity with publicity and marketing protocols
•       retail/sales/shipping/inventory management; customer service
•       bilingual (Spanish/English)
•       HTML and CSS content creation/troubleshooting on Wordpress
•       email newsletter management with Mailchimp
•       direct relationships with local authors and community/political organizations
•       knowledge of current political landscape
•       willingness to work at the Bookstore’s front desk
•       interest in potentially becoming a MT collective member
Modern Times Bookstore Collective is located in the heart of SF’s Mission District, 2919 24th Street, SF 94110. We are open Monday-Saturday 11:00 – 9:00 and Sunday 11:00 – 8:00. To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to apply.moderntimes@gmail.com by April 25, 2014. No phone calls please. Start Date: May (specific date TBD). We strongly encourage applications from those who identify as trans, gender queer, queer, people of color or women.

moderntimesbookstore:

Modern Times Bookstore Collective is hiring an Events Coordinator!

Modern Times is the West Coast’s oldest collectively-run independent bookstore and a proud member of the Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives and the Northern California Independent Bookseller’s Association. We are celebrating our 43rd year of book selling and rabble-rousing and carry a wide range of new and used books, including books in Spanish, host diverse community events, and maintain relationships with many progressive local organizations.

The Events Coordinator is a part-time, unbenefited position that starts at $10.74/hr, 12-16 hours per week. The Events Coordinator is eligible to potentially become a Modern Times Collective Member in the future. The Events Coordinator will work with a volunteer Events Committee to create unique, diverse and ongoing events for the Bookstore.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

•       booking and promoting in-store and off-site author readings, classes and events

•       responding to requests for events and pro-actively creating diverse events with authors, publishers, publicists, bookbuyers, catalogues, political organizations and communities; obtaining promotional materials

•       publicizing events through monthly calendar, press releases for print and online media, email lists, websites, social media and targeted outreach to organizations and businesses

•       designing ads and bimonthly newsletter

•       overseeing Web content

•       maintaining email outreach list

•       coordinating window displays highlighting events

•       arranging for event setup at MT

•       other tasks as assigned by MT collective and steering committee

Required Qualifications:

•       bookstore love and knowledge

•       events coordination and organization

•       experience and commitment to working collectively and with a wide range of individuals, including volunteers

•       commitment to local community and social/racial/economic justice

•       excellent verbal and written skills

•       self-directed with strong time management skills

•       attention to detail, flexibility; accountability; timeliness; sense of humor

•       computer literacy, particularly with social media, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Mailchimp, Google Docs and Calendar

Desired Qualifications:

•       bookstore experience

•       familiarity with publicity and marketing protocols

•       retail/sales/shipping/inventory management; customer service

•       bilingual (Spanish/English)

•       HTML and CSS content creation/troubleshooting on Wordpress

•       email newsletter management with Mailchimp

•       direct relationships with local authors and community/political organizations

•       knowledge of current political landscape

•       willingness to work at the Bookstore’s front desk

•       interest in potentially becoming a MT collective member

Modern Times Bookstore Collective is located in the heart of SF’s Mission District, 2919 24th Street, SF 94110. We are open Monday-Saturday 11:00 – 9:00 and Sunday 11:00 – 8:00. To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to apply.moderntimes@gmail.com by April 25, 2014. No phone calls please. Start Date: May (specific date TBD). We strongly encourage applications from those who identify as trans, gender queer, queer, people of color or women.

hiddenarchive:

Richard Hawkins. Ankoku 1 (Introduction), 2012. Collage, 18 1/2 x 15 1/4 x 1 inches. Courtesy: Greene-Naftali, New York. Read here: http://www.gayletter.com/in-conversation-with-richard-hawkins/

hiddenarchive:

Richard Hawkins. Ankoku 1 (Introduction), 2012. Collage, 18 1/2 x 15 1/4 x 1 inches. Courtesy: Greene-Naftali, New York. Read here: http://www.gayletter.com/in-conversation-with-richard-hawkins/

pmikos:

Klossowsky, Pierre (French, 1905-2001) - Lifting up Roberta - s.d. (by *Huismus)
Pierre Klossowski (August 9, 1905, Paris – August 12, 2001, Paris) was a French writer, translator and artist.

pmikos:

Klossowsky, Pierre (French, 1905-2001) - Lifting up Roberta - s.d. (by *Huismus)

Pierre Klossowski (August 9, 1905, Paris – August 12, 2001, Paris) was a French writer, translator and artist.

bodyfluids:

Nika Cole in "Ambiguity" by Chantelle Dosser for L’Officiel Italia March 2014

bodyfluids:

Nika Cole in "Ambiguity" by Chantelle Dosser for L’Officiel Italia March 2014

Source: bodyfluids

insanity-and-vanity:

Robert Mapplethorpe. White Gauze, 1984

insanity-and-vanity:

Robert Mapplethorpe. White Gauze, 1984

Source: olivialocher

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