Drub O’Ryan 30 Years of Gay and Homoerotic Kink Art Without Apology
When I see things like this it not only takes me back to the 90s when gay culture hadn’t been influenced by anything heteronormative yet, it also shows me that there’s still hope out there for gay culture. With TV shows like “Will and his Grace,” we’ve been so straight-washed, and so painfully appropriated, it’s actually refreshing to see other gay people doing things like this.
This comes directly from the website of this gay artist. It’s his bio.
Drub (August 14, 1973 – ) (born in Connecticut) is a fetish artist most known for his youthful, homoerotic illustrations and comic book work in the late twentieth century to present day. ”Drub”, is a San Diego, California based, homoerotic, homomasculine fetish artist and has ties to skinhead and punk subcultures active in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.
In less than two decades he has produced hundreds of illustrations, focusing on scenes involving subcultures, the working class, and kinky sexuality. His work is done in a comic book style, with bright colors and solid quality of line. He manages his style in a less exaggerated manner and focuses in on a more human element and breathes life into each piece, which is sexy and humorous at the same time.
Here’s more. He has tons of information on the website and a long list of kinks and fetishes all geared toward gay men who embrace being gay men. I wish I could share some of the images but I don’t have permission. But I can promise you his website is worth checking out.
And here’s a link to his Twitter page. This is his Twitter bio… “unapologetic” is the only way to do this. I’ve written enough erotica, without apology, to know this by now. Never apologize for your creativity or your right to free speech.
30 years of unapologetic homoerotic kink in art. I stand in my power. Check out my portfolio (link below). Progressive socialist kitchen witch.
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