Vintage Gay – I Love Looking at Pics of Gay Couples from the Past


In today’s day and age, seeing pictures of men being intimate together is much more common. It is still shocking to some and other men think it is weak to show their love to one another but it is natural and should be displayed as much as two guys want to display it. There is something about looking at couples in the past that took pictures to commemorate their affections. Society is no where near where we should be in acceptance, but we have traveled so far. I never want to take a step back. These people below are very brave to show their love for one another. More than likely most of them had to hide their feelings in public, but at least they had memories to look back at to see that they did exist and their feelings were being displayed proudly. I do know that some of these men may not be gay couples and may just be men showing playfulness with their buddies, but that in itself is still nice to see. Many men today, gay and straight alike, do not like to show their feelings.

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3 comments to Vintage Gay – I Love Looking at Pics of Gay Couples from the Past

  • Tee  says:

    check your facebook account for more pics. 🙂

  • Mike  says:

    I had a boss who used to tell me what it was like being gay in the late 60s to early 70s. It was rough. Bars could get raided at any time and everyone would be arrested. Homosexuality was considered a mental illness until the early 70s. I couldn’t imagine living like that. I am so glad for all the trail-blazers who came before that dared to live their lives as openly as they could. If it wasn’t for them, I couldn’t be as open as I am.

    I love that picture of James Dean and Marlon Brando. It may be a fake but I’m sure they fucked IRL.

    • That Long-Haired Creepy Guy That Long-Haired Creepy Guy  says:

      James Dean was bisexual, so I’d buy that photograph being real. As for the others, it is good to see how far we’ve come. Being gay or bisexual twenty years ago was a scary time. Just the THOUGHT that it was even worse further back is chilling.

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