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A look at a changing society and powerful encouragement.

The author of "My Brother's Husband" talks about his life, the source of his creativity, his search for eroticism, Western and Japanese society, and more, especially in this time of the LGBT boom.

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But, when it comes to yourself, I would say that it would be really sad if even you became your own enemy, so even if the whole world or your parents and siblings become your enemy, you should at least be on your own side. I think that's really important. That's why I want to say that you should make an effort to love yourself, even if it's difficult. (From the book)

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Gengoroh Tagame is a gay erotic artist who has been attracting widespread attention since his first serialized work in a general magazine, "My Brother's Husband," won the Excellence Award in the Manga Division of the 19th Japan Media Arts Festival organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. With a core fan base both in Japan and overseas, this master who has supported gay art in Japan will now talk in detail about his upbringing, the source of his creativity, his exploration of gay eroticism, and his view of a changing society... This book connects the past, present, and future of gay pop culture in Japan and around the world!

About the Author
Gengoroh Tagame
Born in 1964. Manga artist and gay erotic artist. Since 1986, he has published manga, illustrations, novels, etc. in gay magazines. In 1994, he became a full-time writer and was involved in the planning and launch of the gay magazine "G-men" (left in 2006). He has published many gay manga in book form, including "Nabarimono", "Gin no Hana", "PRIDE", "Heido no Ie", "Kimi yo Shiru ya Minami no Goku", "Fuyu no Banya/Nagatoshi no Naka", "Endless Game", and "Slave Training Camp". At the same time, he has researched and reevaluated Japan's gay erotic art of the past, and is the editor and author of the "Gay Erotic Art of Japan" series. As an artist, he has had solo exhibitions in Paris and New York, and many of his works have been published in art books in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and other countries. In 2014, he began his first general magazine serialization, "Ototo no Otoko", in "Monthly Action", which won the Excellence Award in the Manga Division of the 19th Japan Media Arts Festival organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.

"Towards the Future of Gay Culture" by Gengoroh Tagame (author) and Takeshi Kizu (editor)

Release : 2017-10-31

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Description
A look at a changing society and powerful encouragement.

The author of "My Brother's Husband" talks about his life, the source of his creativity, his search for eroticism, Western and Japanese society, and more, especially in this time of the LGBT boom.

------------

But, when it comes to yourself, I would say that it would be really sad if even you became your own enemy, so even if the whole world or your parents and siblings become your enemy, you should at least be on your own side. I think that's really important. That's why I want to say that you should make an effort to love yourself, even if it's difficult. (From the book)

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Gengoroh Tagame is a gay erotic artist who has been attracting widespread attention since his first serialized work in a general magazine, "My Brother's Husband," won the Excellence Award in the Manga Division of the 19th Japan Media Arts Festival organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. With a core fan base both in Japan and overseas, this master who has supported gay art in Japan will now talk in detail about his upbringing, the source of his creativity, his exploration of gay eroticism, and his view of a changing society... This book connects the past, present, and future of gay pop culture in Japan and around the world!

About the Author
Gengoroh Tagame
Born in 1964. Manga artist and gay erotic artist. Since 1986, he has published manga, illustrations, novels, etc. in gay magazines. In 1994, he became a full-time writer and was involved in the planning and launch of the gay magazine "G-men" (left in 2006). He has published many gay manga in book form, including "Nabarimono", "Gin no Hana", "PRIDE", "Heido no Ie", "Kimi yo Shiru ya Minami no Goku", "Fuyu no Banya/Nagatoshi no Naka", "Endless Game", and "Slave Training Camp". At the same time, he has researched and reevaluated Japan's gay erotic art of the past, and is the editor and author of the "Gay Erotic Art of Japan" series. As an artist, he has had solo exhibitions in Paris and New York, and many of his works have been published in art books in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and other countries. In 2014, he began his first general magazine serialization, "Ototo no Otoko", in "Monthly Action", which won the Excellence Award in the Manga Division of the 19th Japan Media Arts Festival organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
"Towards the Future of Gay Culture" by Gengoroh Tagame (author) and Takeshi Kizu (editor)
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