What are you looking at? : queer sex, style, and cinema
This collection of articles considers how gay men look at themselves, each other and the culture that surrounds them. From "Coronation Street" to gay porn to Keanu Reeves, Burston explores queer attitudes in culture, including: gay men and tattoos, the responsibilities of gay journalism, the politics of outing and ghettoism, a gay man's response to lesbian erotica, and a reassessment of Hollywood homophobia. Films considered include: "Rope", "The Living End", "Blue" and "Paris is Burning".