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Monthly Archives: January 2009

<em>Passion & Power</em>

Passion & Power

This documentary explores the history of the vibrator from the Victorian era through the sexual revolution of the 1960s to the postfeminist present. It also uncovers the mysteries ...

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<em>The Best of Dr. Katz</em>

The Best of Dr. Katz

The list of contributors to this animated series reads like a Who's Who of contemporary comedy: Margaret Cho, David Cross, Janeane Garofalo, and others take to the couch proving t ...

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<em>He Likes Guys</em>

He Likes Guys

The flip side of the of the aforementioned shorts coin, this collection includes Waiting for Yvette, starring Wendie Malick (Just Shoot Me), a special message from actor Alan Cumm ...

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<em>She Likes Girls 3</em>

She Likes Girls 3

Julie Goldman (Big Gay Sketch Show), Guinevere Turner (Go Fish, The L Word), and other heavy hitters contribute to this collection of made-by-women-for-women short films. Sex toys ...

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<em>Kiss Me Deadly</em>

Kiss Me Deadly

What is it with former 90210 stars and gay DVD releases this month? Shannen Doherty suffers from amnesia in this thriller also starring Robert Gant (Queer as Folk). Bottom line, s ...

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<em>Kiss the Bride</em>

Kiss the Bride

This sophisticated yet-not-too-cerebral comedy centers on a soon-to-be married couple (Tori Spelling, James O'Shea) who may be singing the wedding bell blues when the groom's form ...

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Time Has Come Again

Time Has Come Again

When the so very odd Evelyn Waugh's masterwork Brideshead Revisited last appeared on screen, the world was in the grip of a serious recession. The six-hour PBS version was a smash ...

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Calendar: January 2009

Calendar: January 2009

Being a gay dancer has its pros and cons,” says Corian Ellisor. “The field of people I come in contact with are more willing to come out and support dance. With that being said, m ...

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<em>Got ’til It’s Gone</em>

Got ’til It’s Gone

This queer romantic comedy is the first novel by Duplechan in 15 years and the fourth to feature his alter-ego Johnnie Ray Rousseau, a gay black man of Louisiana Creole stock. Whe ...

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<em>Utopia’s Debris</em>

Utopia’s Debris

Indiana is clearly very smart and broadly educated, which is a sharp combination when you have a culture in need of dissection. This collection of essays covers a broad range of c ...

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