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The Dirty Comics Show 2012 - Curated by Jon Macy

Reception: Saturday, October 27th from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Free to mature adults. 

The Center for Sex & Culture at 1349 Mission St. San Francisco, CA between 9th and 10th.

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Join us in celebrating the unique, funny, and sometimes disturbing stories about sex that can only be done through the comics medium. After last years’ success, the Dirty Comics Show has been asked to do it again and delve deeper into varied, queer sexual (mis)adventures.

Featuring the art of Agnes Czaja, Avery Cassell, Nickie Charles, Edie Fake, Mari Naomi and Christine Smith. This is the kind of art show you bring friends from out of town to see when you want to freak them out, er, I mean, inspire them with the subtle charms of San Francisco.

For more information and gallery hours please inquire at sexandculturegallery@gmail.com

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The Dirty Comics Show 2012 - Curated by Jon Macy
Reception: Friday, November 2, 2012 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Free to mature adults. 
The Center for Sex & Culture at 1349 Mission St. San Francisco, CA between 9th and 10th.
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The awesome comic book art show dealing with sex, sexuality and gender has been extended to “hang” another month. Come check it out this friday and see some awesome art that really pushes boundaries and, shock value aside, does some serious work expanding the conversation. You will not find this stuff anywhere else but good ol’ SF.
Join us in celebrating the unique, funny, and sometimes disturbing stories about sex that can only be done through the comics medium. After last years’ success, the Dirty Comics Show has been asked to do it again and delve deeper into varied, queer sexual (mis)adventures.
Featuring the art of Agnes Czaja, Avery Cassell, Nickie Charles, Edie Fake, Mari Naomi and Christine Smith. This is the kind of art show you bring friends from out of town to see when you want to freak them out, er, I mean, inspire them with the subtle charms of San Francisco.
For more information and gallery hours please inquire at sexandculturegallery@gmail.com

The Dirty Comics Show 2012 - Curated by Jon Macy

Reception: Friday, November 2, 2012 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Free to mature adults. 

The Center for Sex & Culture at 1349 Mission St. San Francisco, CA between 9th and 10th.

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The awesome comic book art show dealing with sex, sexuality and gender has been extended to “hang” another month. Come check it out this friday and see some awesome art that really pushes boundaries and, shock value aside, does some serious work expanding the conversation. You will not find this stuff anywhere else but good ol’ SF.

Join us in celebrating the unique, funny, and sometimes disturbing stories about sex that can only be done through the comics medium. After last years’ success, the Dirty Comics Show has been asked to do it again and delve deeper into varied, queer sexual (mis)adventures.

Featuring the art of Agnes CzajaAvery CassellNickie CharlesEdie FakeMari Naomi and Christine Smith. This is the kind of art show you bring friends from out of town to see when you want to freak them out, er, I mean, inspire them with the subtle charms of San Francisco.

For more information and gallery hours please inquire at sexandculturegallery@gmail.com

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Details from the Dirty Comics Opening. 

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Comic panels on display from Dirty Comics!!

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The Center for Sex and Culture proudly presents Dirty Comics!

Erotic comics are as old as comics themselves. While comics were
thought of as the medium of adolescents for much of the twentieth
century, erotic work has always permeated the form. Jon Macy has
curated a show featuring the work of over thirty contemporary artists.
Some are known for their erotic work and others are known for more
mainstream work and their erotic work is rarely seen. Both art and
artists span a wide array of genders, orientations, races and ages. A
broad spectrum of tastes and styles are sure to provide something for
any viewer.

Jon Macy is a local erotic comic artist known for his work in gay porn
magazines, as well as his series Fearful Hunter and his recent Lambda
Literary Award winning graphic novel Teleny and Camille.

Show opens Friday October 7 from 6 to 9pm.

Thursday October 13 from 7pm, A Discussion of Yaoi:
Yaoi is a distinct form of erotic comic work featuring sex between men
as titillation  for a female audience.
Join us for a fascinating discussion led by Agnes Czaja

Tuesday October 18 from 7 to 10pm, Kinky Wonder Woman:
Boston Blake gives us a lasso laced lecture on the kinky origins and
innuendos of Americas most famous female super hero.
A deep view in to one of many crossover points between mainstream and
erotic comics.

The Center for Sex and Culture
1349 Mission Street (between 9th and 10th Streets)
Gallery hours to be posted soon

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The list of creators can be posted all at once or in bits as teasers.

Donna Barr
Tony Breed
Katie Bryant
Megan Yamanaka
Nickie C
Jennifer Camper
Rob Clarke
John Coulthart
Agnes Czaja
Dame Darcy
Dave “ddog” Davenport
KD Diamond
Dylan “NDR” Edwards
Edie Fake
Diego Gomez
Roberta Gregory
Michelle Gruben
Justin Hall
Pam Harrison
Dorian Katz
Nathan Kibler
Molly Kiely
Robert Kirby
Steve Macisaac
Jon Macy
Michael Manning
Mioki
Ted Naifeh
Mari Naomi
Fred Noland
Eric Orner
Sina Evil
Christine Smith
Rosemary Van Deuren
Werepuppy
Rick Worley
Sean-Z

The show is one of those “only in San Francisco” events that push the
boundaries of what we think comics could, or should, do with sex. Many
of the works are explicit while others delve into how we define, or
can’t define, sexuality.

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