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Arts Alphabetical Index: R through S
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Saint Laurent, Yves
Saint-Saëns, Camille
Saint, Assotto
Salons
Sargent, Dick
Sargent, John Singer
Scavullo, Francesco
Schlesinger, John
Schubert, Franz
Schwarzenbach, Annemarie
Schwules Museum [Gay Museum]
Scissor Sisters
Screenwriters
Sedaris, David
Segal, George
Sekula, Sonja
Sendak, Maurice
Set and Costume Design
Shaffer, Sir Peter
Shaiman, Marc (b. 1959), and Scott Wittman (b. 1955)
Sheehan, Patty
Sherman, Martin
Shores, Del
Siegfried and Roy
Fischbacher, Siegfried (b.1939), and Horn, Roy (b.1944)

Singer, Bryan
Sipprell, Clara Estelle
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
Skinner, Cornelia Otis
Slash Fiction
Smith, Bessie
Smith, Willi
The Smiths and Morrissey
Smyth, Dame Ethel
Snyder, Joan
Il Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi)
Solomon, Simeon
Somerville, Jimmy
Sondheim, Stephen
Soto, Jock
Split Britches
Sports: Gay Male
Sports: Lesbian
Sports: Transgender Issues
Springfield, Dusty
Squire, Maud Hunt (1873-1955) and Ethel Mars (1876-1956)
Stage Actors and Actresses
Star, Darren
Stebbins, Emma
Stereotypes
Stiers, David Ogden
Stiller, Mauritz
Stipe, Michael
Strayhorn, William Thomas
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Androgyny
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Bathing Scenes
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Bicycles
Subjects of the Visual Arts: David and Jonathan
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Diana
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Dildoes
Subjects in the Visual Arts: Dionysus
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Endymion
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Ganymede
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Harmodius and Aristogeiton
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Hercules
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Hermaphrodites
Subjects in the Visual Arts: Narcissus
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Nude Females
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Nude Males
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Orpheus
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Priapus
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Psyche
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Sailors and Soldiers
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Sappho
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Sex Workers
Subjects of the Visual Arts: St. Sebastian
Subjects of the Visual Arts: Vampires
Surrealism
Susa, Conrad
Sweet Honey in the Rock
Swoopes, Sheryl
Sykes, Wanda
Sylvester
Symbolists
Symbols
Szymanowski, Karol Maciej
 
 
 
 
 
 
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