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 President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration will be held this Friday. We don't know much about what will happen. We're told the focus will…

'Soft sensuality' at Trump's inauguration

Official White House photo by Paul Morse President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration will be held this Friday. We don't know much about what will happen. We're told the focus will…

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Robert Mapplethorpe has gone mainstream, with shows of his work now at LACMA and the Getty. But what about the other artist who celebrated hot men in leather?

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