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HOMINTERN: HOW GAY CULTURE LIBERATED THE MODERN WORLD

GREGORY WOODS/YALE UNIVERISTY PRESS

‘Homintern’ was the old-fashioned term for the conspiracy theory that gay men controlled key positions in various arts industries – the ‘gay mafia’ as it were. In this major new work, Gregory Woods explores “the international presentation of lesbian and gay men in modern life,” whether that can be surmised as being for the positive, or the negative.

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Out gay NFL player Michael Sam leads our All American issue. Inside, there’s an exclusive extract from the book everyone’s talking about What Belongs To You, gay singer Parson James on growing up in the homophobic and racist Deep South, and an interview with the guys behind the excellent new Robert Mapplethorpe documentary. Elsewhere, there’s our Gay Guide to America, we look at Hollywood’s history of closeted movie stars, and celebrating the icons that made queer USA great. Plus, FREE with this issue our guide to best of Thailand.