Many a gay man has blown a load over the postcards of Wilhelm Von Gloeden. In 1877, the self-proclaimed aristocrat settled in the Sicilian town of Taormina, with vast wealth and camera equipment at his disposal. He spent the money to put an army of peasant boys on his payroll, and he used the camera to take pictures of the boys wearing togas or head wreaths, redolent of Greek pederasty. It’s erotic art, not porn. But there are dicks, bums, and spindly,... More >>>