Real art. Real politics. Since 2006.

For over ten years, we have been a voice in the debate on art and freedom of expression. Our publications are reviewed in international press and exhibited in art shows.

All our publications are available at the Royal National Library of Sweden in Stockholm or at the German National Library in Leipzig and Frankfurt. In addition, they are available on Amazon and in selected art bookshops.

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The Lover

The Lover is a journal of sexual politics, history and culture, launched in 2015. It is available at the German National Library and in LGBT bookshops across Germany. The Lover has also been included in the collection of Schwules Museum in Berlin.


Destroyer was published in ten issues between 2006 and 2010. Packaged as smashing pop culture, the magazine contained critical articles in the area of sexual politics. The book about the magazine received praise in major newspaper and LGBT press.

Breaking Boy News

Breaking Boy News was published between 2011 and 2014 and exhibited at an art gallery in Berlin in 2015 to 2016.

Entartete Shota

Entartete Shota is Japanese shotacon manga in English translation, published as part of a discussion on freedom of expression. The arts and culture editor of Swedish newspaper Expressen wrote about Entartete Shota upon its release. She stressed the importance of defending such expressions.

My Boy Story

My Boy Story is a text-only magazine with erotic short stories and short political texts on censorship. The magazine is published in Sweden and available at the Royal National Library in Stockholm.

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Other titles

Unique antiquarian titles, vintage magazines, and our own one-shots.