Monday, September 29, 2014

Ride Me, Cowboy

From Echo magazine's look back at the history of LGBT culture in Arizona. They forgot my arrival in 1979!

George Quaintance (1902–1957) was a gay American artist, famous for his stylized homoerotic images that appeared on covers of ’50s beefcake magazines, such as Physique Pictorial. Near the end of his career, he lived in Phoenix and took inspiration from his surroundings. Wild West settings were a common motif, and his artwork was instrumental in creating the modern stereotype of the “macho stud.”
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