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Unfortunately for Tom, he was just too far ahead of the crowd in many things. Take leather, for instance. Since the fifties, when only really tough guys wore the black-leather uniform of the alienated loner, leather became one of the great fashion trends of the twentieth century. By the nineties, everyone wore it, even a young matron taking a similarly-clad daughter to the mall. But Tom was into leather back in the forties. This was so early that, while the postwar rebel without a cause had already come into existence, he had not yet discovered black leather; he was still wearing brown.
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Here’s the full story of the Gay icon, Tom of Finland.
Many of the photos and drawings
are being published here for the first time.