The Killer Queens – Epic Gay Sleaze

I consider The Killer Queens to be the possible Holy Grail of gay sleaze. Obviously, this is a subjective opinion, but it definitely ranks very high in the annals of homo pulp fiction for both the incredible title and the art featuring two hot shirtless military homos deep in the jungle, ready for all types of combat. Aside from its obvious attributes, the opening page quotes Erich Fromme’s The Art of Loving, which is an amusing tie-in, see photo. THE KILLER QUEENS“Deadly in battleā€¦Desperate with desire!”by Michael ScottCorinth, 1968 Continue reading The Killer Queens – Epic Gay Sleaze

Forgotten Films – Sinemags

A few shots from a forgotten/never seen 60s softcore/nudie/roughie. CINEROTIC MagazineVol 1 No 5, 1969The All-Girl Issue, packed with reviews and photos from the various Fanny Hill movies. Here are photos from the obscure women in prison movie Caged Desires. I gauge this type of movie by how intense the prison guards look and this one looks like she can hold down any cellblock without any problem. You never know what’s going to drop in the online shop. Continue reading Forgotten Films – Sinemags


The sex paper, KISS, was described by the New York Times as “so countercultural that it made The Village Voice look like a church circular.” Kiss was an underground adult newspaper founded in 1969 by Joel Fabricant, Dean Latimer and Peter Mikalajunas, all of whom worked at The East Village Other. The titillating and artsy paper was the most well known of the several East Village Other spinoff magazines and often featured the work and contributions of R. Crumb, Kim Deitch, Kenneth Anger and Warhol Superstars such as Ondine. The paper was padded out with sexual imagery, erotic fiction and … Continue reading UNDERGROUND SEX PAPERS & R. CRUMB

THE SMITHS – Cover Stars

Back in the day I had tried to snatch up new Smiths singles when they were released and I managed to assemble a decent little collection of 12″ and a few 45s. So being in this Smiths state of mind in the early/mid-80s, I naturally picked up a single by a band I’d never heard of called Pink Industry because of their use of Morrissey as a cover star. The single: Pink IndustryZulu Records RA#8. UK Import. (Liverpool), 1985.What I Wouldn’t Give/Bound By Silence The following year, in 1986, The Smiths would release Panic as a single with an almost … Continue reading THE SMITHS – Cover Stars