An essay about JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and queer masculinities

This article has been translated into French by @CornwallBoar ] When I first watched JoJo's Bizarre Adventure in 2012, I wasn't out yet. I saw Jonathan Joestar, the diesel-jacked gentleman rip out of his clothes more than one time, changing into increasingly skimpier wardrobes every other two episodes.

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