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Secret Homoerotic Lives of Cuban Men

  Photographer Kobi Israel developed close--so very close!--ties to the Cuban men who were the subjects of his new "visual travelogue" called Love Stories, Cuba.

"I made friends and lived in their remote country houses,” Israel says. “I dined with their families and socialized with their friends, all the while walking the thin line between observer and participant, gathering homoerotic and homo-social experiences, capturing secret love stories with my camera.”

"I explored notions of the macho and the masculine/militant versus the homoerotic in revolutionary Cuba,” Israel explains, describing photography as “detective work” to “explore the subconsciousness of emotional and philosophical queries.”

But all you care about is the caliente eye candy (and who could blame you), so keep scrolling down and enjoy!

For more--and borderline NSFW--photos, go to Queerty.

 

Comments

@Mikey C: Kobe Israel isn't a white man, he's Middle Eastern....

I feel that white old men always put latino, black, and asians (from poor countries of course) as a race fetishism. I remember once, a gay white old man told me that thais were welcoming boys, but japanese weren't... why is it always the guys from poor countries that runs after white old men? We need to end this sex tourism industry that humillate us, latinos, africans and south-east asians.

I have vacationed many times in cuba mostly stay off all inclusive resorts cause we enjoy the people and life of locals. These men most likely asked for cash to pose or were offered. Everyone we met are friendly and always ready to share there world with visitors. Theae men enjoyed the pics as much as we do. I would encourage everyone if u can go to havanna. We stay at Vista del Mar there is a Gay Beach so close and sure to meet friendly locals to explore this time capsule of a country.

Love and Miss Cuba

It's sad how gay media turn race into fetishes. Why not put these men on display at a side show? This is why there is so much race discrimination in the community.

Being Cuban isn't a race...it's a nationality.  Uh!

How UN interesting.

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