This Bibliography of The Image of the Gay Journalist in Popular Culture explores the image of the gay journalist and public relations practitioner in movies, television, novels, comic books and other areas of popular culture. It offers researchers a place to begin, a place to see what possibilities there are in the various popular culture subject areas. This is a work in progress. Additions, changes, corrections will be made on a weekly basis. So it is a good idea to check the bibliography on a regular basis.
Horst Diekgerdes by Horst Diekgerdes , special edition. Published by Distanz. I love Horst. He's always smiling, he's handsome and he takes great pictures. His images have a slice of Warholian Pop cool, but there's also a tender quality to them. I launched Horst Diekgerdes on a cold February night earlier this year. I love it most of all because it includes an incredible picture of my friend Lily Cole who co-owns Claire de Rouen with me shot for i-D in and styled by Venetia Scott.
Peter Schlesinger born April 2, in Los Angeles, California  is an American artist, author and former artist's model, perhaps most well known for being the subject in numerous notable canvases by the British painter David Hockney. Peter Schlesinger was an year-old student at UCLA when he met the then year-old artist David Hockney , who was teaching a summer class at the university. They began a long affair; Schlesinger relocated with Hockney to London, where he subsequently undertook to study at the Slade School of Art.
Thank you so much, Ryan [Murphy], for coming all the way from L. Congratulations on everything you have done to advance the cause of gay rights in this country. Who would have thought a television show about a high school glee club would have helped give such a powerful voice to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth not only in America, but around the world?