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"In essence, drag queens are clowns. They are not transgender (or haven’t been until very, very recently). They are men, mainly gay..." 
 
 

"... who make no attempt to pass as actual women, and don’t necessarily want to be women, but dress up as a caricature of a woman. Sure, some have bawdy names, and in the context of a late night gay bar, they can say some bawdy things. But they’re not really about sex at all. They’re about costume and play; their clothes and hair are exaggerated, over-the-top parodies of women’s appearance; their makeup is often cray-cray, their wigs absurd. They also reinforce, rather than undermine, gender norms in a weird, over-the-top way...."

Althouse

Tags: Art, Drag, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Gay, History, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Opinion, Talk

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18-Feb-2020


Here's How You Can Stream 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Online 

 

When Buffy the Vampire Slayer hit the airwaves in 1997 it was an instant hit. Based on a movie of the same name and starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy, the show was a fun, fierce change of pace. We were told that in every generation a slayer was born, and Buffy was ours.

Buffy not only learned to embrace her role as a vampire slayer, but she also surrounded herself with a group of friends to help her through. She and this “Scooby Gang” took care of each other and faced all the evil that came their way.

Cheatsheet

Tags: Art, Classic, Entertainment, TV Gay Swatch, TV Swatch, TV Trivia

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31-Dec-2019


Camille Paglia: The Death of the Hollywood Sex Symbol (Guest Column) 

 

Who killed the sex symbol?

It's no mystery that in the era of #MeToo, the rules of combat have changed on the sexual battlefield. Women will no longer tolerate condescending or degrading treatment that was once business as usual in the workplace or dating arena. But in this long overdue push-back against sexual coercion and exploitation, has something valuable been lost?

The sex symbol was arguably Hollywood's most brilliant artifact, propelling the young movie industry to world impact from the moment that Theda Bara flashed her coiled-snake brassiere in Cleopatra (1917). Sex was great box office. With its impudent populism, Hollywood crashed through stuffy proprieties lingering from the Victorian age and stationed itself at the bold forefront of the modern liberalization of sex. Movies were in sync with the radical new spirit of American women, who won the right to vote in 1920 and kicked up their heels throughout the flapper decade of the Roaring Twenties.

The great sex symbols of Hollywood were manufactured beings, engineered by trial and error, with the mass audience as their ultimate judge and jury. Decade by decade, the movie industry rediscovered primal archetypes that have animated myths around the world since the Stone Age. Major male sex symbols like Clark Gable, Cary Grant and Sidney Poitier have a mesmerizing natural authority onscreen, a supranormal power of personality and density of being that transcend their roles. Like their antecedents in ancient hero sagas, they inhabit and explore physical space, whose frustrations and dangers they endure but ultimately defeat.

The female sex symbol, however, commands emotional or psychological space. Her sensual beauty is an alluring mirage, hypnotizing and sometimes paralyzing. Never entirely present, she is attuned to another reality, an extrasensory dimension to which we have no access. There is an unsettling aura of the uncanny around the major female sex symbols, who channel shadowy powers above or below the social realm.

Hollywood Reporter

Tags: All Rights, Art, Beauty, Celebration, Entertainment, Exclusivity, Extinction, Feminism, Force, History, Hollywood, Hot Swatch, Inspired, Politics, Respect, Sex Symbol, Sexy, Women In Charge

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07-Dec-2019


Catholic School Students Protest Forced Removal From Gay 'Nutcracker' 

 

Toledo, Ohio, Catholic school students were unceremoniously removed from a performance of The Nutcracker when chaperones realized that Clara’s parents would be portrayed as gay dads. Despite an apology from the administration, students still protested by painting the “spirit rock” in rainbow colors and emblazoning it with “God Loves U” on Tuesday, according to TV station WTOL.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Art, Backlash, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Religion, Students, Youth

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27-Nov-2019


 

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11-Oct-2019


 

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23-Jun-2019


The Brady Bunch Kids Gush Over Their Newly Renovated Iconic TV Home: 'It's Very Nostalgic' 

 

"I felt Robert [Reed], Florence [Henderson] and Ann B. Davis in that living room so much," says Maureen McCormick, who played Marcia

On Wednesday, the original Brady Bunch cast members – Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy) – gathered together on the set of HGTV’s A Very Brady Renovation to see their newly renovated, iconic TV home for the first time.

People

Tags: Art, Entertainment, Environment, Home, Lifestyle, Privilege, Safety, TV Trivia

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26-May-2019


Time 100's LGBTQ Honorees Include Lady Gaga, Ryan Murphy, Indya Moore

 

Ryan Murphy — the gay producer of FX's Pose, American Horror Story, American Crime Story, and more — is among those in the "titans" category. His entry was written by Jessica Lange, whose acting career experienced a revival in part due to Murphy casting her in AHS.

"He is a born storyteller, and, like the best of them, he is constantly pushing the limits. I have often marveled at his uncanny ability at capturing the zeitgeist," Lange wrote.

"Ryan is an artist of unlimited creative power and talent. But, more importantly, he has a great heart and is a dear and fiercely loyal friend. My life is better for knowing him."

Advocate

Tags: Activism, Art, Celebrity, Entertainment, LGBTQ, List, Representation, Respect, Support, Tribute

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18-Apr-2019


Art and Africa and the stories they tell 

 

Three of the contemporary art world's leading light talk about Africa and art.

CNN

Tags: Art, Education, History, Pride, Representation, Video, World

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05-Mar-2019


Desi Arnaz: A Pioneer of the Television Sitcom
Discover how the I Love Lucy star changed TV
 

Desi Arnaz was a Cuban-born American actor, musician, and TV producer. He is best known for his role as Ricky Ricardo in the cult classic American TV sitcom I Love Lucy. Co-starring alongside his then-wife Lucille Ball, the pair are credited as the inventors of the syndicated rerun as they were more than just actors in the show – they were key in making it into such a success. The show ran from 1951-1957 and spanned six seasons with 180 half-hour episodes in total, which was previously unheard of for a TV show.

Arnaz became part of one of the USA’s most watched shows, but his life wasn’t always glitz and glam, even if it might have seemed that way in the beginning. Born into a prominent Cuban family in Santiago in 1917, Arnaz’s father, Desiderio Arnaz II, was mayor of Santiago, the original capital of Cuba. His mother, Dolores de Acha, was the daughter of one of the founders of the Bacardi Rum Company. If that wasn’t enough of a claim to fame, Arnaz’s grandfather, Don Desiderio, was a physician who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill in 1898.

Arts and Culture

Tags: Actor, Americans, Art, Celebrity, Cool Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, History, Latin, Legend, Men In Charge, Movie Trivia, Music, Portrait, Tribute, TV Swatch, TV Trivia

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02-Mar-2019


Gone with the Wind Heads Back to Theaters for Its 80th Anniversary 
 

An all-time classic is making its way back to the big screen.

80 years after its initial release in 1939, Gone with the Wind will screen at participating locations for two days only this year. Fans of the Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh classic can watch the movie at the end of this month on Thursday Feb. 28 and Saturday March 3.

Though the movie remains a classic, modern audiences have received it with mixed views due to its representation of black people. It was most recently pulled from an annual summer movie festival in Memphis after attendees complained about its racial insensitivity.

People

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Education, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, History, Portrait, Representation

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19-Feb-2019


Instagram just banned longtime gay historian Tom Bianchi, & it’s part of a troubling anti-gay trend 

 

Tom Bianchi is a longtime male erotic photographer and HIV activist whose photographs have helped document gay men’s sexual history on Fire Island and elsewhere. But as of this morning, you won’t be seeing his images on Instagram anymore because the photo-sharing platform recently banned him.

The shot that got Bianchi banned was called “Untitled, 457,” a picture from his collection entitled Fire Island Pines: Polaroids 1975-1983. The shot simply showed a naked man sitting on a bedside with his back to the camera. It showed the top of the man’s buttocks but was otherwise non-obscene. At the point of its deletion, it allegedly had over 5,000 likes.

Bianchi’s banning isn’t necessarily surprising. The Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform has a habit of deleting supposedly risqué homoerotic content, including tasteful pictures of nude athletes, an image of Queer Eye food guy Antoni Porowski in his underwear and even a lovely image of a lesbian couple cuddling in bed with their child.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Artist, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Interference, Magic Splatter, Policy, Politics, Punishment, Social Media

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07-Feb-2019


 

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31-Jan-2019


 

When an artist is accused of disrespecting the environment our recourse is to mute their art. We cannot allow disarticulated power to strengthen and cultivate more victims. We abolish art with depictions of slavery, we push confederate statues to the ground and we burn books that don't adhere to someone's idea of morality. If you consider art more important than life, don't live it like an asshole. 19-Jan-2019

Tags: Abuse, Art, Finance, Inhumanity, Privilege, Representation, Respect, Terror, Threat, Violence, World

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19-Jan-2019


 

queermusicheritage

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17-Dec-2018




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