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Gay punk comes out with a vengeance. An oral history of the movement that changed the world whether you knew it or not. After the sexual free-for-all that was s glam rock, the pendulum swung back.

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That a scene sharing its name with a slang term term for male prostitutes could be homophobic has long been one of the dumbest things about punk. Men could dress up in fetish gear, spit on each together, wrap their sweaty bodies around each other in the mosh pit—but god forbid they kiss. Women, as usual, made better records and were ignored.

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Over a career spanning four decades, the late English film director Derek Jarman did the following: cast Tilda Swinton in her first film role, gave Brian Eno his first credit as a film composer, mashed up Judi Dench and Shakespeare with industrial music, teleported Queen Elizabeth into the midst of the punk scene, made a film consisting of one shot the colour blue, for a film entitled Blue. Many of these achievements will be commemorated this year, coinciding with the twentieth anniversary of his passing from AIDS-related illnesses. However, from exhibitions in Norway to screenings in London, many of these commemorations willfully pass over one of his most fascinating relationships: a seven-year long collaboration with the Pet Shop Boys.

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With Raynor, a self-proclaimed anarchist of fashion, at the helm of BOY, a new queer-punk movement was born with a label that was not only a brand but a lifestyle. Through the rising popularity of this brand and the community it created, BOY began to catch the eye of major corporations both in London and abroad. These corporations sought to turn a grassroots movement into a global commodity. While speaking with Raynor, we observed his particular distaste for stolen authenticity and the regurgitation of fast fashion — uniqueness turned into imitation for profit and mass appeal.

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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. It is my pleasure to present ten of the best bands in punkdom that embraced their LGBT roots and took to the airwaves.

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Queercore or homocoreis a cultural and social movement that began in the mids as an offshoot of the punk subculture. It is distinguished by its discontent with society in general, and specifically society's disapproval of the LGBTQ community. As a musical genreit may be distinguished by lyrics exploring themes of prejudice and dealing with issues such as sexual identity[2] gender identity and the rights of the individual; more generally, queercore bands offer a critique of society endemic to their position within it, sometimes in a light-hearted way, sometimes seriously.

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Or, much more simply: Which songs best evoke the sex, drama, heartache, struggle, liberation and mindfucks of queer lives then and now? What follows is not a comprehensive or ranked list, but one that bridges the gap between post-Stonewall disco parties and gender-queer millennial rock of today. While some classics do appear on our list, others do not — sorry, Gloria Gaynor, Kylie Minogue, RuPaul, Britney and Cher, we still adore you — here are 25 essential pride songs from the s to today.

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Pansy Division was on Bay Area punk label Lookout! After they toured with Green Day on their Dookie tour inthe groundbreaking gay pop-punk group recruited young fans hungry for their sexy lyrics and who-gives-a-fuck attitude. I think it still leaves a lot of territory to cover and sing about.

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I have always associated creativity with a sense of pleasure, and simultaneously, a sense of danger. Self-expression in my mind conjures feelings of the forbidden. Perhaps much of this comes from my Southern black boyhood, as I started to get the sense there was safety in assimilation and considerable risk in being too free.

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