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By Richard Schneider

François Ozon’s new film was billed as a “Secret Screening” at the festival, as all information about it was embargoed. We knew only that John Waters described it as “a lu-lu,” and that description seems fair enough. …

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By Sharon Angel

Acceptance and dignity are essential to human living. They are human rights that every living breathing person inherits and deserves. When these freedoms are violated, a person’s identity is invalidated. No individual should have to fight for their survival.

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By Richard Schneider

Described by director Todd Flaherty, who stars in the film, as a labor of love, Chrissy Judy begins like the stereotypical show biz movie in which we watch some performers onstage singing or acting their hearts out—in this case a lip-syncing drag act.

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By Richard Schneider

The “magazine/catalog” started publishing in the mid-1970s at a time when Sears and Macy’s were still airbrushing men’s bulges out of underwear ads. Not so International Male, which began to present men in a whole new way …

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Film Review By Richard Schneider

The protagonist of Lonesome is one of those gay men that you would never pick out of a crowd, a taciturn cowboy from Australia’s cattle country who just happens to fancy the dudes.

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The brief saga of Madison Cawthorn has come to an end (for now) with his defeat in the Pennsylvania primary. His meteoric rise to the U.S. Congress made him…More

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By Allen Ellenzweig

If not a rousing paean to the doughboys of the Somme or the gay poets who loved them, Benediction has a steady, stately tempo, several sharply etched performances, and a visual richness to counter the mournful nostalgia it imparts.

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