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The L Word

I’ve been watching The L Word. I missed this whole era. I’m not sure what I was doing exactly. Well, that’s not entirely true. I was spending a lot of time doing my wife. 326 more words



Image: Broken, Photography by Shail Mohan

"Broken" is dedicated to all the broken people who strive to survive, even thrive--and for those who do it with… 40 more words

35. queer saints

(#35 in a series of people who changed the course of my life)

You still haunt me.

I wish I knew you–yet I know you intimately. 173 more words

Who I Am

Show Review: 'Bent' at The Mark Taper Forum

By Keri Tombazian

Brutal. Gruesome. Frightening. Ten minutes into the Mark Taper Forum revival of Martin Sherman’s Bent, I sat frozen in my seat, clutching my husband Thom’s hand beside me as Nazi soldiers burst from the audience and into the action on stage. 682 more words


Review: Gideon Smith and the Mechanical Dragon

Gideon Smith is a hero of the Empire now, after his role in saving London from the Brass Dragon. That’s the official version anyway. The truth is far more complex; Gideon, while trained now, is still untested. 715 more words

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When it Finds its Focus, Bent Becomes Beautiful

By Patrick Hurley Taking its cue from the gay rights movement of the late 1970s, when it was written, Martin Sherman’s play Bent, playing now through August 23 at the Mark Taper Forum, wants to make a statement to the gay community. 817 more words

Patrick Hurley

Theater Review: Bent at the Mark Taper Forum

I have been struggling to find a way to adequately describe Center Theatre Group’s production of Bent since seeing a preview performance nearly a week ago. 942 more words

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