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Arts Alphabetical Index: A through B
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A
Abbéma, Louise
Abbott, Berenice
Acosta, Mercedes de
Adam, Margie
Adrian-Nilsson, Gösta (GAN)
Advertising and Consumerism
African-American and African Diaspora Art
African Art: Contemporary
African Art: Traditional
AIDS Activism in the Arts
Ailey, Alvin
Akerman, Chantal
Allan, Maud
Allen, Chad
Allen, Peter
Almendros, Néstor
Almodóvar, Pedro
Amaechi, John
American Art: Gay Male, 1900-1969
American Art: Gay Male, Nineteenth Century
American Art: Gay Male, Post-Stonewall
American Art: Lesbian, 1900-1969
American Art: Lesbian, Nineteenth Century
American Art: Lesbian, Post-Stonewall
American Television, Drama
American Television, News
American Television, Reality Shows
American Television, Situation Comedies
American Television, Soap Operas
American Television, Talk Shows
Amies, Sir Hardy
Anderson, Lindsay
Anger, Kenneth
Angus, Patrick
Araki, Gregg
Architecture
Armani, Giorgio
Arts and Crafts Movement
Arzner, Dorothy
Ashley, April
Ashman, Howard
Ashton, Sir Frederick
Asian Film
Asquith, Anthony
Aucoin, Kevyn
Austen, Alice
Australian Art
Australian Film
Australian Television
 
B
 
B
Bachardy, Don
Bacon, Francis
Baez, Joan
Baitz, Jon Robin
Baker, Josephine
Balenciaga, Cristóbal
Ballet
Ballets Russes
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
Ball, Alan
Bankhead, Tallulah
Barber, Samuel
Barcelona Monument
Barclay, Paris 
Barker, Clive
Barrowman, John
Barr, Richard
Bartel, Paul
Barthé, James Richmond
Barton, Crawford
Bass, Lance
Batt, Bryan
Baxter, Meredith
Bazille, Jean-Frédéric
Bean, Billy
Beardsley, Aubrey
Beard, James
Bearse, Amanda
Beaton, Sir Cecil
Bechdel, Alison
Béjart, Maurice
Bell, Andy
Bennett, Michael
Bentley, Eric
Bentley, Gladys
Berber, Anita
Berlanti, Greg
Berners, Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-Wilson, Baron
Bernhard, Ruth
Bernhard, Sandra
Bernhardt, Sarah
Bernstein, Leonard
Bess, Forrest
Beyer, Georgina
Bingham, Mark
Biren, Joan Elizabeth (JEB)
Bisexuality in Film
Black, Dustin Lance
Blake, Nayland
Bleckner, Ross
Blitzstein, Marc
Blues Music
Blunt, Anthony
Bodybuilding
Boffin, Tessa
Bogarde, Sir Dirk
Boitano, Brian  
Bonheur, Rosa
Bono, Chaz
Borden, Lizzie
Borghese, Scipione Caffarelli
Botticelli, Sandro
Boulanger, Nadia
Bourbon, Ray
Bourne, Matthew
Bowery, Leigh
Bowie, David
Boy George (George O'Dowd)
Breker, Arno
Britten, Benjamin
British Television
Bronzino, Agnolo
Brooks, Romaine
Broughton, James
Bruhn, Erik
Burke, Glenn
Burr, Raymond
Burra, Edward
Busch, Charles
Bussotti, Sylvano
Butler, Dan
 
 
 
 
 
 
Popular Topics in The Arts
Nyad, Diana Nyad, Diana
Long-distance swimmer and respected sports commentator has in more recent years spoken out on issues of glbtq rights.
 
Dattani, Mahesh
Indian playwright, screenwriter, dancer, director, and actor Mahesh Dattani is an important figure in South Asian gay culture by virtue of his recurrent depiction of queer characters.
 
Baker, Josephine Baker, Josephine
Entertainer Josephine Baker achieved acclaim as the twentieth century's first international black female sex symbol, but kept carefully hidden her many sexual liaisons with women, which continued from adolescence to the end of her life.
 
Cadmus, Paul Cadmus, Paul
American painter Paul Cadmus is best known for the satiric innocence of his frequently censored paintings of burly men in skin-tight clothes, but he also created works that celebrate same-sex domesticity.
 
Caja, Jerome
San Francisco visual artist Jerome Caja is known for his small, sensuous combinations of found objects, which he painted with nail polish, makeup, and glitter, as well as for his drag performances.
 
Photography: Gay Male, Pre-Stonewall Photography: Gay Male, Pre-Stonewall
Although sparse in images documenting the gay community, pre-Stonewall gay male photography blurs the boundaries between art, erotica, and social history.
 
Drag Shows: Drag Queens and Female Impersonators Drag Shows: Drag Queens and Female Impersonators
Female impersonation need say nothing about sexual identity, but it has for a long time been almost an institutionalized aspect of gay male culture.
 
Erotic and Pornographic Art: Gay Male Erotic and Pornographic Art: Gay Male
Given the historic stigma around making, circulating, and possessing overtly homoerotic images, the visual arts have been especially important for providing a socially sanctioned arena for depicting the naked male body and suggesting homoerotic desire.
 
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