Jeffrey Escoffier  

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Jeffrey Escoffier (1942 – 2022) was an American author, activist, and media strategist.

Escoffier has long been an active participant in the American LGBT community. He is the editor of Sexual Revolution (2003).


  • John Maynard Keynes (New York: Chelsea House, 1995)
  • American Homo: Community and Perversity (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998)
  • Mark Morris' L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato (New York: Marlowe & Co., 2001)
  • Sexual Revolution (New York: Thunder's Mouth, 2003)
  • Bigger Than Life: The History of Gay Porn Cinema from Beefcake to Hardcore (Philadelphia: Running Press, 2009)

Linking in at time of death

Beyond Queer, Bisexual pornography, Bob Mizer, Eros and Civilization, GLBT Historical Society, How to Have Sex in an Epidemic, Jerry Douglas (director), LGBT culture in Baltimore, LGBT movements in the United States, Physique Pictorial, Rod Barry, The Other Side of Aspen

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