"The empathetic gaze is something that can at once be really exciting, because it throws you off of your balance and allows you to shake things up and see things from other perspectives, but it also institutes a kind of doubt from not having this be your own personal experience." @kehindewiley talks to @mickalenethomas@mylesgolden@seankellyny#trickster
#TBT to our '80s office at the Factory, as shot by photographer #TimothyHursley: "I think Bianca Jagger said, 'Do we look monumental?'" See previously unpublished photos & read Hursley's interview in full at www.interviewmagazine.com courtesy of @garveysimon.
"Orgasms were really not important to me. What was important to me was two people relating to one another and experiencing all the things that go with having sex." Legendary gay erotic filmmaker #WakefieldPoole talks to @cheemobile for our May issue. Image: "Boys In The Sand," 1971.
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"When I think of the figure, I think of immortality or an otherness that is just out of this world, representing an endless possibility." —Artist @lynetteyiadomboakye. Image: Mercy Over Matter, 2017. Courtesy of the artist, @corvimora, and @jackshainman.
"Here I am, all the way across the world—I guess at the time I didn't think that, but now I understand it—and I'm getting to see someone else's life or a history or a character or a type of character. And that's profound. I've always wanted to be part of that." @babouceesay on how film influenced his childhood in Gambia. @mattholyoak. Styling @nicjottkandt. Grooming @lizdaxauer#Guerrilla#FreeFire@showtime