When top brass says “jump” you ask “how high?” When top brass says “shoot” you shoot. When top brass says, “protect your brothers” they never said “just the heteros”, they meant everyone! And no one had a problem, nor should there have ever been a question about your sexuality in the military.
I remember going to the barber for a haircut with my father when I was a boy. I grew up in Rising Sun, Ohio, a small town with a general store, a lonely post office, and only one barber. I must have been about 9 or 10 years old. I don’t remember much about the barber himself or the shop except for the traditional, red and blue swirled barber’s pole and the smell of overly-applied aftershave. The most significant part about getting a hair cut was being touched by a man.
The best (and the rest) of QFest 17.
Reviews of two perfect documentaries covering lesbian marriage and the history of drag!
A Bronx family struggles to maintain unity as a father returns home from prison and a son transitions into womanhood.
A lesbian drama centering around love, jealousy, abuse, drugs and music.
This was an amazingly acted, beautiful look at the complexities of gender identity. I dare you not to love this movie.
I love Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant. This was no Hepburn/Grant screwball comedy. Sorry, gays, just sayin.
A pleasant romantic comedy stretches to fit the big screen with the help of its lovelorn star.
The newest addition to the Eating Out series hits its mark while a promising horror comedy stalls out.