When male-desiring men in the United States began assembling as a sociopolitical entity in the late 1940s and early 1950s, it was prohibited to make, watch, or possess direct cinematic representations of male-male desire. While a small number of homoerotic photography and homosexual rights magazines began to circulate, images of male-male desire were far from direct. Images that placed men ...
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