Butt i — Summer 2004, #10


BUTT is a quarterly magazine for gay men, founded in 2001 and edited by Gert Jonkers and Jop van Bennekom.[1] As of 2008, it has an estimated worldwide circulation of 24,000.[2]

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Released 10 June 2004

THAT MAN by Peter Berlin

PETER BERLIN Sixty-something German artist from San Francisco spent his entire life getting laid. Interview by James Anderson Self-portraits by Peter Berlin

STEPHIN MERRITT Chain-smoking fag from the Magnetic Fields writes songs in grotty gay bar. Interview by Alex Needham Photography by Marcelo Krasilcic

LUTZ Fashion homo from Germany grew up naked and makes clothes in Paris. Interview by Jop van Bennekom Photography by Wolfgang Tillmans

THE CLONE A double-sided Butt poster Modelling as Al Parker: Michael Photography by Joe Oppedisano Styling/Production by Tim Groen

CASEY SPOONER The bi-annual interview Interview by Gert Jonkers Photography by Terry Richardson

JONNY Photography by Andreas Larsson

JONNY WOOSTER Rather interesting performer and professional party slut from London hates everything. Interview by David Mills

MARCELLO Garbage man finds bag of flesh-coloured dildos in compactor room. Interview by William Van Meter Photography by Slava Mogutin

BUTTSTUFF The reader’s section With submitted pictures, letters, drawings, cock talk, vintage material, sex review and other trivial stuff…

TOP MAN by Bertrand Le Pluard

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