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‘The Red Pill’ Delves Into the Men’s Rights Movement

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‘The Red Pill’ Delves Into the Men’s Rights Movement

by Josh Morris “If men have all the power, why can’t they talk about their problems?” Have you ever thought the Men’s Rights Movement might actually have some validity? Have you been warned of its “toxic appeal?” That it’s a hate group? Have you ever even heard of it? I imagine most people haven’t. Truthfully, […]

Movie Review – Five Dances

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Movie Review – Five Dances

by William Eamon Workman I’ve been trying to find a gay film for my movie review but, whether it’s because that’s not my thing or because they really were just awful, I’ve hated every one that I watched.  That is until I came across the movie Five Dances.  It’s actually a really adorable love story. […]

Movie Review – The Last Summer of La Boyita

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Movie Review – The Last Summer of La Boyita

by William Eamon Workman I hope that you love understated foreign films as much as I do because I’m about to rave over yet another one.  In my opinion, The Last Summer of La Boyita is one of the best “transgender” movies I’ve seen yet.  I put transgender in quotations because it’s not quite that […]

Movie Review – Girltrash: All Night Long

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Movie Review – Girltrash: All Night Long

By William Eamon Workman Wanting to watch something just for fun I decided on Girltrash: All Night Long.  I was expecting it to be silly, but I had no idea I was about to get the government cheese of all cheesy movies!  It’s an indie, rock-pop musical… yeah. I almost stopped watching it within the […]

Movie Review – Stranger by the Lake

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Movie Review – Stranger by the Lake

by William Eamon Workman Have you ever been so desperate for love that you made one reckless decision after another?  It happens to the best of us at least once, but I doubt very many people would take it as far as putting their life on the line.  However, that’s exactly what happens in Stranger […]

Movie Review – Tomboy

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Movie Review – Tomboy

by William Eamon Workman We tend to think that life is sweet and innocent for children. That they have not yet had to face any issues of real consequence.  However, in the years preceding adolescence many things change for us that we aren’t yet equipped to understand.  Most of us deal with these changes with […]

Movie Review – The Four Faced Liar

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Movie Review – The Four Faced Liar

By William Eamon Workamn We all want to find love that sweeps us off our feet, but we get mostly cheating scoundrels or passionless time wasters.  What about those few who are so nearly perfect it kills you that they’re not?  The Four-Faced Liar confronts us with all of these relationship riddles and more. Couple […]

Movie Review – Heavenly Creatures

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Movie Review – Heavenly Creatures

by William Eamon Workman If you are LGBT and also happen to have an interest in true crime then there couldn’t be a better movie for you than Heavenly Creatures.  This movie is based on the story of two young girls whose love for each other and contempt for everyone else becomes a deadly mix […]

Movie Review – Molly’s Girl

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Movie Review – Molly’s Girl

One thing you don’t find all that often is a good lesbian comedy.  The majority of lesbian movies I’ve found are serious dramas, but if you are looking to lighten the mood I suggest Molly’s Girl.  This is a fun, silly movie that still has enough emotional struggle in it to fulfill our need to […]

Movie Review – Home For The Holidays

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Movie Review – Home For The Holidays

by William Eamon Workman In the spirit of the season I found a Thanksgiving movie with a gay character hoping to impress you, the reader.  Instead, I think it’s more likely to depress you.  It’s the 1995 film, Home for the Holidays. The story follows Claudia Larson, played by Holly Hunter, as she fumbles through Thanksgiving with […]

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