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Bruce LaBruce (born 3 January 1964) is a Canadian writer, film-maker, and photographer based in Toronto.

LaBruce was born Justin Stewart in Southampton, Ontario. He first gained public attention with the publication of the queer punk zine J.D.s, which he co-edited with G.B. Jones. He currently writes and photographs for a variety of publications including Vice, Nerve.com and BlackBook magazine, and has made a number of controversial films which merged the artistic techniques of independent film with gay pornography.

He has also previously been a columnist for the Canadian music magazine Exclaim! and Toronto's eye weekly, and he was a contributing editor and photographer for many years at New York's index magazine. He has also been published in Toronto Life and the National Post as well as the UK Guardian.

Bruce LaBruce studied film at York University in Toronto, Canada.

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