Friday , 29 August 2014

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It’s a Woman Thing

If anyone has the right to sing the blues, it’s our lesbian sisters. Gaye Adegbalola, of Saffire The Uppity Blues Women fame, does so on her most recent solo effort, Gaye Without ...

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Deconstructing ‘Brüno’

I have been an appreciative yet arms-length fan of Sacha Baron Cohen since his brief appearance as the snaggle-toothed, yellow aviator-bespectacled limousine driver in Madonna’s 2 ...

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Filming Differences

Considering the struggle director Kimberly Peirce had to endure to make the eventually Academy Award-winning Boys Don’t Cry, it’s a wonder queer movies get made at all. Here, acto ...

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Subtitled My Quest to Become the Gayest Person Ever and What Ended Up Happening Instead, this laugh-fest is a primer for those who thought they knew everything there was to know a ...

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Too Much of a Good Thing Ain’t Bad

In this sequel to Nero’s Three Sides to Every Story, protagonists Johnny and James try to maintain their relationship after being driven from New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina into ...

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The Story of a Marriage

The back cover asks, “How can we ever truly know another person?” but this novel is more about the assumptions we make about the people closest to us. Greer plays with this theme ...

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It starts with Eddie telling his grandmother he’s gay (her response: “It’s that gym where you go, that’s where they all are!”) and continues with him contemplating spraying his pe ...

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Power Child

Before Ina, before Rachael, before Emeril, there was Julia, the woman who forever changed the way America cooks. Now comes Julie & Julia, the new film starring Meryl Streep as Chi ...

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One Last Dance

Houston’s own “Billy Elliot,” Dirty Dancing star Patrick Swayze, was “humiliated, beaten and bullied by rednecks” long before he learned to “tuck it back under” as drag queen Vida ...

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Another ‘World’

As MTV’s The Real World franchise began its 22nd season in Cancun, fans knew what to expect: sex, drama, and the controversial LGBT roommate. This season’s gay roommate would prov ...

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