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Making Love (1982)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 1 out of 10

4-Word Review: Her husband is gay.

Claire (Kate Jackson) thinks she has the perfect marriage yet her husband Zach (Michael Ontkean) harbors dormant feelings for other men and one day he decides to act upon them when he meets Bart (Harry Hamlin). 499 more words


Attraction to People...

Can’t speak for anyone else on this matter – but, for me, it is abundantly clear: I am attracted to, or repelled by (as the case may be!), … 857 more words

Creative Writing

Kings of Spade (Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, PA, July 15, 2017)

[ATTENDED: July 15, 2017] Kings of Spade

Back in November, I saw King’s X and Kings of Spade.  I was more than a little surprised to see that King’s X were coming back to Sellersville and to see that Kings of Spade were opening again (turns out, not again, but still).  843 more words


Yiyun Li--"A Small Flame" (New Yorker, May 8, 2017)

SOUNDTRACK: VIOLENTS & MONICA MARTIN-Tiny Desk Concert #625 (June 5, 2017).

I don’t really understand why Jeremy Larson chose the name Violents.  His music is anything but–pretty piano melodies with (in this show) really nice string arrangements.  950 more words

Short Story

Laerte-se (2017) - Film Review

Available to watch on Netflix. This documentary explores the life of Brazilian cartoonist Laerte Coutinho, who in 2004 came out as a transgender woman after nearly six decades of living as a heterosexual man. 334 more words

Curtis Sittenfeld--"The Prairie Wife" (New Yorker, February 13 & 20, 2017)

SOUNDTRACK:  CHICANO BATMAN-Tiny Desk Concert #612 (April 17, 2017).

In the blurb for this show, Felix says that he was sol by their name.  And I am too.  690 more words

Funny (ha Ha)


Writer & Director / John Butler (THE BACHELOR WEEKEND)
Stars/ Fionn O’Shea, Nicholas Galitzine, Andrew Scott, Moe Dunford and Michael McElhatton

The surprise screening at this year’s Melbourne Queer Film Festival was this Irish comedy/drama about an unlikely friendship that develops between two young men who are polar opposites. 337 more words