I loved this movie too, but it's 2013 and I really thought we had moved passed "the homo dies" in cinema.
On Book Gay
This book was delightful when I read it a few months back and it was called "Queer Street" and was written by James McCourt.
"IV. In which a patron of The Bar has been attacked:
This time there was no knife, they just got him on the floor and it was just a fist which had come down on the man's face again and again. And it happened just two streets away from The Bar. He came into the bar with blood everywhere. . . He wasn't as badly hurt as he looked, actually, but it was enough to make us all think at least twice.
People say to me that I must be keeping a list of all the attacks I hear about. They say it's morbid, they say what are you trying to prove anyway. They say why do you have to talk about that just now. They say to me, how many of them do there have to be before you think you've got enough on your list. They say when are you going to stop it, and I say, when am I going to stop it, when am I - "
Philip Clark on Neil Bartlett's "Ready to Catch Him Should I Fall" in "The Lost Library: Gay Fiction Rediscovered", which I was literally just reading less than an hour before you posted this.
@Shaun Robinson@facebook As an avid Bob Caro fan who is EAGERLY awaiting Vol. 4, it was the more enjoyable, insightful of the two. It was the one I've recommended to people who didn't want to read both. It was the one that made me more excited for the new book. The Times Mag piece was staid and felt repackaged from 2002.
This is strange because the Esquire piece was, in fact, the better of the two.
Phenomenal. Will have to read it again and again in order to fully wrap my brain around it. Well done, sir.
I'm printing this out now to read on my lunch break, but just wanted to say how excited it is to have Justin back on the internet. See u soon Firmuhment?
Why do I find it hard to believe Riker's Island is not, in fact, in a flood zone?
"the biggest one being that if you’ve been following the arc of women in power positions in relationship to the economy you’ll have observed them to a one getting forced out directly or indirectly"
Mary Schapiro, head of the SEC?