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Gay Author's Gallery hosts a variety of member photos or images needed for story content; images uploaded by members should contain varied subject matter to avoid repetitious content. We would suggest everyone keep this in mind before posting multiple pictures at the same time. Have a lot of similar photos or non-copyright story character inspiration images to share? Try combining them into a collage first before uploading using this tip in the Gallery FAQ. If you need to post more than a few images, please consult a Site Moderator first.

  • Members can upload images of themselves, places, pets, story material, etc.
  • If posting pictures of others, please make sure you have permission to post the pictures. 
  • Only post pictures that you own the copyright for. 
  • At no time is it allowed to post anything containing nudity; this includes artwork. 
  • Gallery images containing strategically covered nudity (eg: arms and legs covering genitals or breasts), sheer or see-through clothing, lewd or provocative poses, close-ups of breasts (women), buttocks, or crotches, and partially clothed underage persons (below 18 years of age) will be removed.
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  • Story of the Moment

    Dead Dog Couloir

    By Percy, 03/18/2014 (Updated: 03/22/2014)

    Colorado has 54 mountains over 14,000 feet high and this weekend Aaron and Seth plan to climb one of them. Their goal is to reach the summit of Torreys Peak via the infamous route up Dead Dog Couloir. Aaron’s sure they’re prepared for whatever challenges the mountain holds. Seth has less experience, but he trusts Aaron to get him safely up to the summit and back down. They both make choices along the way that teach them about themselves and one another.

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