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Subject Index:  A-B  C-E  F-L  M-Z
Arts Alphabetical Index: C through F
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C
Caballero, Luis
Cabarets and Revues
Cadinot, Jean-Daniel
Cadmus, Paul
Cage, John
Cahun, Claude
Caja, Jerome
Callow, Simon
Camp Records
Canadian Art
Canadian Television
Caravaggio
Cárdenas, Nancy
Carné, Marcel
Carrington, Dora
Carstairs, Marion Barbara "Joe"
Carter, Nell
Castrati
Cellini, Benvenuto
Censorship in the Arts
Chamberlain, Richard
Chapman, Graham
Charke, Charlotte
Chéreau, Patrice
Cherkassky, Shura
Cheung, Leslie
Chicago, Judy
Cholodenko, Lisa
Cho, Margaret
Choruses and Bands
Christian, Meg
Clark, Ossie
Classical Art
Cliburn, Van
Clift, Montgomery
Clinton, Kate
Close, Roberta
Coco, James
Cocteau, Jean
Collard, Cyril
Comedy: Stand-Up, Gay Male
Comedy: Stand-Up, Lesbian
Comic Strips and Cartoons
Condon, William "Bill"
Conductors
Contemporary Art
Cooling, Janet
Cooper, Anderson
Copland, Aaron
Corelli, Arcangelo
Corigliano, John
Corinne, Tee
Cornell, Katharine, (1893-1974) and Guthrie McClintic (1893-1961)
Correggio (Antonio Allegri)
Country Music
Coward, Sir Noël
Cowell, Henry
Cranston, Toller
Crisp, Quentin
Crowley, Mart
Cruse, Howard
Cukor, George
Cumming, Alan
Cunningham, Merce
Curry, John
Cushman, Charlotte
 
D
Dance
Daniels, Lee
Darger, Henry
Dattani, Mahesh
Davies, Sir Peter
Davies, Terence
Davis, Brad
Day, F. Holland
Dean, James
DeCaro, Frank
DeGeneres, Ellen
Deitch, Donna
Delaney, Beauford
DeLaria, Lea
Del Tredici, David
Demuth, Charles
De Rossi, Portia
Diaghilev, Sergei
Diamond, David
Didrikson, Mildred "Babe"
Dietrich, Marlene
DiFranco, Ani
DiMassa, Diane
Dior, Christian
Disco and Dance Music
Divas
Divine (Harris Glenn Milstead)
Dobell, Sir William
Dobkin, Alix
Documentary Film
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce, Domenico (b. 1958) and Stefano Gabbana (b. 1962)

Donatello
Dong, Arthur
Doone, Rupert
Dorval, Marie
Drag Shows: Drag Kings and Male Impersonators
Drag Shows: Drag Queens and Female Impersonators
Drivas, Robert
Duchamp, Marcel
Duncan, Isadora
Duquesnoy, Jérôme
Durang, Christopher
Dureau, George
Dürer, Albrecht
Duse, Eleonora
Dutch Friendship Glasses
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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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