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Hidden in plain sight: How gay artists expressed forbidden desire in code. Amrou Al-Kadhi is a writer, performer and filmmaker. He is creator and lead performer of musical comedy drag troupe Denim. The hurdle of same-sex marriage has been cleared in most of the country, British parliament holds the record for the most LGBTQ MPs , and the number of out pop culture figures seems to increase year on year. It's jarring to think that it was only 50 years ago that male homosexuality was decriminalized in the UK. Prior to , hiding one's sexuality was not just a choice for gay men, but a necessity.
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The Hun Art

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Hidden in plain sight: How gay artists expressed forbidden desire in code

Bill Schmeling, a. The Hun as a pseudonym personifies the intense subject matter of his work, which focuses on scenes involving hyper-masculine muscular characters, sadomasochism , prison rape and brutality, leather and uniform fetishes, police and military settings, and other scenes of extreme gay sexuality. The most notable and enduring characters of the Hun's works include Big Sig , a naive young male who endures life in a prison setting, and Gohr , a barbarian who inhabits a brutal, sexually-charged post-apocalyptic setting. Both these characters star in their own series of comic works.
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Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. Long before smartphones provided immediate access to porn and the ubiquitous "dick pic," gay men were limited to physique magazines, adult bookstores, and covert illustrations produced by Bill Schmeling also known as "The Hun" and his more popular contemporary, Tom of Finland, to view hardcore expressions of gay male desire—all of which were taboo 50 years ago, if not against the law. Bill's work is in that general style of exaggerated hypermasculine art, but it is more raw, aggressive, and much more sexual, with depictions of kink play, BDSM, and lots of bodily fluids. Beyond Schmeling's portrayal of "dangerous" fantasies featuring "tormented" men in brutal and often compromising situations—a trademark of the Hun's style—was his penchant for drawing interracial sex scenes, an element that made his work all the more innovative, especially for the time. In fact, Schmeling was white and his husband, Roland, an inspiration for a solid portion of his work, was African American.
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