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Boys! Boys! Boys! is the new go-to online platform for queer photography

Enjoy the world's most stunning erotic gay artwork.

By Will Stroude

In just two years, Boys! Boys! Boys! has become queer photography staple, showcasing the best works from LGBTQ photographers around the world with an erotic focus on the male body.

Originally a collaboration between The Little Black Gallery – one of London’s leading photography galleries – and online auction house Paddle8, the project to promote queer photography has quickly blossomed in an online haven for art lovers – and now boasts its own bespoke digital platform to showcase works on a full-time basis.

Featuring 57 photographers from more than 24 countries, Boys! Boys! Boys! shines a light on gay photography from across the globe – including states such as China, Iran, Poland and Russia, where the art’s very existence stands as a defiant form a political expression.

Are You Sure? © AdeY? (courtesy of Boys! Boys! Boys!)

The site is set to offer online exhibitions every month, beginning with a showcase of work by Danish photo-artist Michael Søndergaard, whose darkly beautiful works deal with masculinity and identity.

You’ll also be able to get your hands on photography books and posters featuring some of the world’s most stunning erotic gay photography – and in a double win, royalties from the latest Boys! Boys! Boys! book are currently going to the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

Ghislain Pascal, director of The Little Black Gallery and curator of Boys! Boys! Boys! said: “Our new online platform gives people easy access to the best fine art photography by queer and gay photographers from around the world.

“There is no other site like it and we are immensely proud to continue to champion queer and gay photography.”

‘Couple looking at the sea’ © Alexandre Haefeli (courtesy of Boys! Boys! Boys!)

With more artists set to be added to Boys! Boys! Boys! already-extensive collection in the coming months, it’s safe to say this is one page you need to bookmark…