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Secret photos of forbidden love

When Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell stumbled across a photo from the 1920s of two men in a tender embrace they thought it was one-of-a-kind. But things changed when they found more photographs.

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Gay Commercials 2009 – 2019 part 4

Though South African companies and advertising agencies have traditionally shied away from the gay community (and our cash!), many international brands have advertised to gay consumers for years. Here is a fun series of historic TV ads aimed at the LGBT community, or featuring gay content. Enjoy!

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Gay Commercials 2009 – 2019 part 3

Though South African companies and advertising agencies have traditionally shied away from the gay community (and our cash!), many international brands have advertised to gay consumers for years. Here is a fun series of historic TV ads aimed at the LGBT community, or featuring gay content. Enjoy!

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Gay Commercials 2009 – 2019 part 2

Though South African companies and advertising agencies have traditionally shied away from the gay community (and our cash!), many international brands have advertised to gay consumers for years. Here is a fun series of historic TV ads aimed at the LGBT community, or featuring gay content. Enjoy!

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Throwback Thursday: Gay Commercials 2009 – 2019 Part 1

Though South African companies and advertising agencies have traditionally shied away from the gay community (and our cash!), many international brands have advertised to gay consumers for years. Here is a fun series of historic TV ads aimed at the LGBT community, or featuring gay content. Enjoy!

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Gay Pages Autumn 2009: Household Idols

How do men become idols? And how can we get close to them? Mark Henderson catapults us into a dream world of opulent settings right out of a Hollywood props room, enticing and intoxicating the senses. Unattainable models in a home environment turn the kitchen, lounge, bedroom and garden into a setting for sensuality and male beauty. Digital colour enhancements heighten the visual artistry of the images.

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Sneaking in more power for the failing state

In one respect at least, the government’s latest economic plan is a vast improvement on its most famous predecessor: at 38 pages, the South African Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan published earlier this month is only about one twentieth of the length of the National Development Plan (NDP) adopted in 2012.

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