SoHo’s Gay Atelier

01/18/2013 1:18 PM |


Are you gay? Do you like to draw hot men? Are you good at it?

If you answer “yes” to all these questions, then you’re qualified to participate in the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art’s life drawing studio.

Over time, figure drawing sessions have become a nearly lost art, but the city still contains pockets of devotees to this seemingly old-school pursuit. Among the city’s ateliers, you can count the Leslie-Lohman Studio, which advertises models “posed in sexually provocative ways” and “chosen for their beauty and sexual energy.”

As proven by the museum’s online gallery of images made during the drawing sessions, their sexiness is not in doubt:


If you’re into hot gay men with large dongs, then this is the place for you. Instructions on applying for the studio course are located here, on the Leslie Lohman site.

One Comment

  • I’ve modeled for the studio myself. And I wouldn’t mind doing it again. Maybe with a partner(s).

    And although it may look easy to some. Modeling for the Leslie-Lohman (or any drawing studio) is not a job every man can do no matter how fit he looks. The holding of those poses, especially the longer ones, definitely needs a disciplined mind and body.