In 2001, Gert Jonkers and Jop van Bennekom started BUTT, the pocket-size magazine by, for, and about homosexuals. Flash forward twenty-nine issues, three calendars and fifteen parties later, BUTT is still the place where gays can speak candidly about their ideas, work, and sex lives.
From offices in Amsterdam and London, BUTT continues to be the go-to destination for the frank interviews and erotically-charged photography that made BUTT magazine the most admired and influential gay-interest publication of the last decade.
Inside this issue:
DOMINIC VINE: Young American loves travelling and dates big bears. Interview by Marcel Musters. Self-portraits by Dominic Vine.
MEN IN COLOR: by Roy Blakey, shot around 1980 in New York.
LUIGI MURENU: Italian hairdresser of Madonna loves talking about hair, by Gert Jonkers.
THE NEIGHBOUR: by Albert van Westing.
ANDY BROOKS: A story by Paul Flynn.
SUPER GAYS: shot in Berlin by Heinz Peter Knes.
ROBERT GLÜCK: Homosexual writer of books loves cocks and cooking, by Danny Calvi.
BUTTSTUFF: The readers’ section, including: SEX REVIEW by Peter.
TOP MEN: George and Oliver