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Male Affection: A Photographic History Tour


Two men dancing at Magic-City dance hall's "drag ball" two blocks from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, 1934, photograph by Brassaï.

Mary Walker (1832 - 1919) The only woman ever to win the Congressional Medal of Honor was best known during her life as a feminist, abolitionist, surgeon... and the woman who insisted on wearing pants! Mary Edwards Walker was one of America's first female doctors

Vintage male couple before Stonewall, Gay Pride and Marriage Equality. Gay folks have been out there the whole time.

"Vivandière or Cantinière is a French name for women attached to military regiments as sutlers or canteen keepers."

Male Affection: A Photographic History Tour

Bosom Buddies: A Photo History of Male Affection | Click through for article || "Whether the men below were gay in the way our current culture understands that idea, or in the way that they themselves understood it, is unknowable. What we do know is that the men would not have thought their poses and body language had anything at all to do with that question. What you see in the photographs was common, not rare; the photos are not about sexuality, but intimacy."

Exposition universelle de Paris: statue de la Liberté.

Helen “Nellie” Taft - William Howard Taft’s wife was the FIRST first lady to own and drive a car, to ride in her husband’s inaugural parade, to support women's suffrage, to publish her memoirs, to smoke cigarettes, and successfully lobby for safety standards in federal workplaces