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Enough With The Lesbian Period Dramas 


There’s a pretty standard set of stereotypes when it comes to lesbian fashion. Plaid, snapbacks, Blundstones, and keys hanging off carabiners all make the cut. But looking at the way Hollywood has gone about depicting sapphic women, you might as well throw petticoats and corsets in there, too.

The film industry has developed a fascination bordering on obsession with moody-yet-sexy lesbian period dramas. On Friday, Ammonite, which features Kate Winslet as a dour paleontologist and Saoirse Ronan as a young woman who woos Winslet out of her hard shell, will become the latest addition to this obsession. It’s set in 1840, because of course it is.

Perhaps the most telling sign that these films are trying to soften their portrayal of lesbianism that no one ever has to say the word “lesbian.” Or even “sapphic.” Nevermind the nuance of a nice “bisexual.” The women desire and pine and exchange longing glances by a windswept beach with moody gray skies, but they don’t speak plainly of what’s going on. This makes sense to some extent, since historically these desires weren’t allowed in public life, leading to a lot of coded behavior and clandestine relationships. These are women overcoming societal expectations to follow their passions — they don’t need labels, right?

Enough With The Lesbian Period Dramas

Tags: Community, Criticism, Hollywood, Hypocrisy, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Modernization, Opinion, Reality, Representation



Cinderella’s Castle Paint Gets Mixed Reviews During Its Reveal, Reminding Some Of Archrival Sleeping Beauty 


The wicked stepmother isn’t the only one who has a complaint about Cinderella. Some Disney employees are chiming in as well, claiming they don’t like the new paint job on her Disney World castle.

The Disney World theme park officially reopens tomorrow, July 11. But employees got a sneak preview of the changes awaiting all this week, including new safety features.


Tags: Art, Business, Complaint, Entertainment, Environment, Family, Fantasy, Modernization, Social Media



How Did Four Young Black Boys Become Hollywood Stars During the Height of Jim Crow? 


As it turns out, Sunshine Sammy was a race man. Farina and Stymie too, and even Buckwheat for a minute or so.

This may be hard to fathom, considering the designation was generally applied, back around the '20s, to men who exemplified the most righteous and upstanding attributes of black people, and advocated for fair and dignified treatment. It’s also hard to fathom because, at the time, they were just young black boys.

But they were young black boys with starring roles in Hollywood, and among the most popular performers of their time. There weren’t very many blacks of any age getting any sort of featured screen time back then, at least not in roles that didn’t demean the race. Thus, these young people were heralded in the black press, and even by the NAACP, as some of the leading exemplars of blackness, well before any of them were old enough to drive.

Sunshine Sammy, Farina, Stymie and Buckwheat were the principal black characters throughout the 20-year run of the Our Gang film series. The black community treated them (respectively, Ernie Morrison, Allen Hoskins, Matthew Beard and Billie Thomas) like rock stars. But their lives were much more complicated than the movie roles ever let on. Their regard within the black community would be transformed decades later, as the Our Gang franchise lived on years after its heyday.

Pop Matters

Tags: Art, Awareness, Celebrity, Children, Cultural, Employment, Entertainment, History, Hollywood, Inclusion, Influencer, Modernization, Respect, Success



Career thief released from jail over coronavirus fears breaks into shuttered subway newsstand: sources 


A career subway thief who was released from jail over coronavirus concerns is back in cuffs, accused of breaking into a shuttered subway newsstand a few days later.

Darryl Naser, 25, got out of jail on Rikers Island on March 27 after he was ordered held on $25,000 bail for skipping a court date in a grand larceny case.

On April 1, police allege Naser and a buddy broke into a closed newsstand in the 34th St.-Herald Square subway station. He was arrested on a subway on Canal St. Monday night, police said.

Naser, who’s racked up two felony convictions and nine misdemeanor convictions, typically targets subway riders for theft, police sources said.

NY Daily News

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Tags: Celebrity, Contagion, Coronavirus, Crime, Cruelty, Education, Environment, Fear, Hypocrisy, Interference, Justice, Macho Posing, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Modernization, Oops, Overpopulation, Overreaction, Parties, Police, Prison, Privilege, Release, Sad, Safety, Second Chance, Sex, Social Distancing, Social Media, Supremacy, Survival, Threat, Violence, Youth



Grindr Is Nobody's Friend 


Since it was shuttered in early 2019, the LGBTQ-themed website Into, launched by Grindr, has frequently been positioned as a media casualty, evidence of the shambolic state of queer publishing (and perhaps the shambolic state of media, period). A sprawling 2019 Buzzfeed article by former Into managing editor Trish Bendix used her layoff as a jumping-off point to explore the state (as well as history and apparently bleak future) of LGBTQ media. More recently, a piece in Mel (a site launched by Dollar Shave Club, which is a fact I would like you to keep in your head while you read this), contextualized the disintegration of Into within a bigger picture of upheavals and downsizing at such queer and queer-adjacent outlets as Out, The Advocate, Instinct, them, and Mic.

It is not absurd to survey the landscape and report back that the earth has been scorched. It has been. It’s curious to witness a queer-media drought at a time when queer people are more visible (and perhaps more numerous, at least in terms of those who are out) than ever. In the absence of extensive data, we can only guess whether the problem is overall reader apathy, disinterest in reading about niche queer content, or issues with the specific content that has been published. None of the sites mentioned were doing consistent blockbuster numbers, regardless of whatever upswings or momentum they may have achieved via editorial tinkering.


Tags: $, App, Business, Community, Employment, Entertainment, Fail, Journalism, LGBTQ, Media, Modernization, Representation



How to be queer and celibate 


Queer people -- and particularly trans people -- are often introduced to sex in a way that can skew their relationship with it later down the line. For trans people that can manifest in the form of relationships with “chasers”: cis men who see trans bodies as a purely carnal, rather than emotional thing to engage with. Heteronormative and cis-Eurocentric ideals of dating often make it feel like if you’re not in a relationship, you’re not worthy of one. As a result, you end up reaching out to whoever is willing to give intimacy as a way to feel like you are, too, part of the expected normality.

At this point in my life, my relationship with sex is skewed. Fucked, if you will. As I lay on my back looking into the mirrored ceiling, wondering whether or not dinner is going to be fish and chips or the leftover stir-fry from the night before, I forget that there’s a person in between my legs. Another late night turned into a hook-up that means nothing. Another person to avoid when trotting around the supermarket next week. It makes me ponder whether or not celibacy could be the answer to my problems. Like many people who have negative or harmful relationships with sex, I’ve been asking myself: is going cold-turkey the best way to sort it out?

A lot of young queer people are switching up the way we see casual sex. Research in the US of LGBTQ+ students at college saw that they were more likely to ensure their 'hook-ups' were the antithesis of heteronormative: focusing more on communication and discussion and sometimes not even including sex at all. Celibacy is often confused with asexuality, an orientation in which someone may experience romantic feelings -- but not physical, sexual attraction. Voluntary celibacy, however, is something that queer people actively choose to partake in, as a reaction to their complex sexual history.


Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Celibacy, Dating, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Modernization, Preservation, Safety, Sex, Treatment



Christian pundit says that Trump is “just too much of a man” for LGBTQ people 


Failed Republican politician and minister E.W. Jackson has finally figured out why the left doesn’t like Donald Trump: he’s “just too much of a man for them.”

He said that Trump’s manliness is too much for the “the radical feminists, the homosexuals, the trangsenders, whatever bizarre idea they have of who we’re supposed to be” on the left.

“They’re not putting up with men who stand tall, who stand up straight and say, ‘Look, this is who I am, this is what I believe, you can like it, or you can lump it, but there it is,'” he said.

Jackson went on to compare Trump to former President Barack Obama to prove his point.

“Obama was effete,” Jackson said. “Obama was light in the loafers,” he added, using a common expression for gay men.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Clergy, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Interference, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Modernization, New World Order, Politics, Self Interest, Supremacy, Training, Weird, Worship




Tags: Gif, Modernization, Parody



Cory Booker said he will "fight to protect" black transgender women, and this is so important 


Last night, June 26th, 10 Democratic presidential candidates kicked off the 2020 race for the party’s nomination. The gathered politicians answered questions on topics ranging from reproductive rights to immigration reform. And Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey took a stand for LGBTQ Americans, including black transgender women.

According to a transcript of the debate from NBC News, Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard broached the subject of LGBTQ rights by discussing the Equality Act, which would prohibit discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation. But Booker argued that supporting this bill wasn’t enough. The New Jersey senator pointed out that LGBTQ people—especially black transgender people—are too often the victims of violence.

Hello Giggles

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Daddy Squish, Leaders, LGBTQ, Modernization, Politics, Protections, Representation, Respect, Speech, Support, Trans, Video, Violence



Ecuador's highest court legalizes same-sex marriage 


Ecuador's highest court has ruled to recognize same-sex marriage, marking a watershed moment for LGBTQ rights in the Catholic-majority country.

Judges on Quito's constitutional court ruled five-to-four on Wednesday to overhaul the country's laws, arguing that its current marriage legislation was discriminatory and unconstitutional, and that same-sex couples should be allowed equal rights.

The four dissenting judges said that changes to the Ecuadorean constitution should be decided and approved by the government and not the court.

Ecuador's National Assembly will still be required to officially change the laws that define the institution of marriage. Constitutional lawyer Salim Zaidán told CNN, however, that Wednesday's verdict was binding and that same-sex couples would be able to marry as soon as the constitutional court notifies local government offices of their decision. The court has 10 days to do so.


Abortion rights are LGBTQ rights

‘My Little Pony’ To Introduce A Lesbian Couple This Weekend

Tags: Abortion, Activism, All Rights, Animate, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Family, Fantasy, Inclusion, Laws, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Modernization, Policy, Politics, Protection, Relationships, Representation, Support, World, Youth



Boys can wear skirts, girls can wear pants for school uniforms in Mexico City 


‘We are announcing something very simple but for us very transcendent. I think the times have passed in which girls have to wear a skirt and boys have to wear pants,’ Sheinbaum said.

‘Boys can wear skirts if they want and girls can wear trousers if they want.’

According to her comments, the new policy will come into effect immediately. It does away with the old policy stating ‘just as the skirt is the basic garment of a girl’s daily school uniform, so trousers are for boys’.

Sheinbaum, who is a member of the left-wing political Morena party, described the policy as ‘a condition of equality, of equity’.

Education Minister Esteban Moctezuma supported Sheinbaum’s decision. He also suggested other states in the North American country may soon follow suit.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Children, Education, Environment, Fashion, Modernization, Parental Pride, Preference, Sex Identity, Support



Gay bar accused of racism after banning rap music 


A Chicago gay bar is being accused of racism after banning rap music.

Progress Bar in Boystown sent an email to DJs about the new change.

‘We are changing up our format,’ the email reportedly read.

‘Our goal is to promote a positive, happy, energetic, upbeat and most importantly… a FUN vibe. Think DJ Am for 2019 – a super open format POP/DANCE focused atmosphere. We have implemented a NO RAP rule effective immediately.

‘This is not a suggestion!! If you play RAP you will not be asked back.

Gay Star News

Tags: Ban, Bar/Club, Environment, Modernization, Music, Perception, Policy, Psychology, Rap



Inside the Fight to Uncover the Truth About Trump’s Anti-LGBT Crusade 


In the wake of an explosive anti-transgender memo leaked from the Department of Health and Human Services and published by the New York Times, LGBT advocates have questions: Who proposed that “sex” be defined by original birth certificate? Was there any pushback? Who, if anyone, was consulted?

But under an administration that has not exactly been forthcoming on LGBT issues, the only way to get answers might be through Freedom of Information Act requests, the Human Rights Campaign says.

The Daily Beast

Tags: Americans, Govt, Hate, Inhumanity, Laws, Leaders, LGBTQ, Macho Posing, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Modernization, New World Order, Policy, Politics, Protections, Sexual Harassment



Religion and Sexual Shame  


The World Health Organization once estimated that more than 100 million couples around the globe make love during a typical day. Sex is a powerful human force. It’s natural, healthy, normal and wonderful. However, Western religion has spent millennia tainting it with shame, guilt and punishment. Holy men equate sex with “sin.”

The Bible contains 96 verses denouncing “harlots,” “whores,” “whoredom” and the like – branding many females as vile temptresses. It decrees that brides who aren’t virgins shall be taken to their fathers’ doorsteps and stoned to death (Deut. 22:21). It mandates that adulterers, both male and female, must be killed (Lev. 20:10). For gay males, it commands: “They shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them” (Lev. 20:13).

Today, a few evangelists such as Colorado preacher Kevin Swanson still declare publicly that gays should be killed.

Early church leaders ranted against lovemaking.

The Good Men Project

Tags: Choices, Environment, Hypocrisy, Injury, Love, Modernization, Relationships, Religion, Representation, Sex, World



Switzerland made transphobia and homophobia as illegal as racism 


Switzerland has voted to change its penal code to make homophobia and transphobia as illegal as racism.

The National Council voted 118 to 60 to make it illegal to discriminate against someone based on sexual or gender identity.

Anyone found guilty of transphobia or homophobia could be thrown in jail for up to three years.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Laws, LGBTQ, Modernization, Pride, Racism, Respect, Sweet, Tribute, Unity, World



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