Browsing: Election 2016

Sept-Oct 2016

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Holding the Man Directed by Neil Armfield Screen Australia, et al. WHILE Australian movies have pursued gay themes before, few until recently have dared to go much…More

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Review of Packed in a Trunk documentary about Edith Lake Wilkinson

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Queering the Countryside is a quirky, interdisciplinary collection of essays that question this assumption of “metronormativity” while also challenging whether a city of strangers is always the best place for a gay or lesbian person to find true love.

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Beijing Comrades is set against a backdrop of cultural and political upheaval in China during the late 1980s and early ’90s.

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The photos in this book comprise a veritable walking tour of the home. The rooms are filled not only with Tom’s drawings and paintings (and those of other artists), but also with sculptures, dildos, leather apparel, fetish gear, packed bookshelves, and a wide array of salacious curios.

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Even if you don’t recognize the name, you are probably familiar with some of the images captured by photographer Billy Name.

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A CHEAPLY MADE black-and-white film, The Beatniks (1960) was voice actor Paul Frees’ only directing venture. It succeeded with neither critics nor the public, and it boasts a…More

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Hopelessness by Anohni Secretly Canadian Records In addition to the name- and gender-change, Anohni has radically altered her musical style on her solo album Hopelessness. Goodbye gloomy chamber…More

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The Lonely City is more particular—about a flâneur’s loneliness (the narrator’s) and the alienation that produces art (her subjects’).

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THE MUSCULAR MALE PHYSIQUE can arrest observers’ gaze involuntarily. Research by social psychologists indicates that muscular male bodies capture and hold the attention of spectators both male and female.…More