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“Brokeback Mountain,” “Moonlight” and “Call Me by Your Name” portray the dynamics of gay relationships in different ways reflective of the contemporary social landscape.

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Local activist Ariel Friedlander is ready to fuck shit up.

Of course, that’s not all she’s here for. But it summed up a lot from our interview this weekend.

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Through their process of growth and healing, Jenny and Nelly bring a different sort of queer and trans narrative to the fore.

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“Fun Home” is a heartbreaking and truthful and beautiful depiction of a unique experience that has the ability to transcend its specific narrative, making it relatable in a way I would never have expected.

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This is a show about acceptance, and that means accepting every part of yourself and expecting others to do the same.

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There was a moment years ago when I felt attacked, not intentionally, but in the way that an offhand comment by someone at the table next to you at a restaurant might strike you rather peculiarly, as if a nugget of truth you had neglected your whole life took the form of a small bug that creepily

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Here’s a piping hot take: British sitcoms are funnier and far more refined than American sitcoms. Just hear me out.

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Every time Elizabeth James takes a breath to speak, you can see a story forming in her head. It builds until it’s right behind her teeth, and then she opens her mouth to create a world in the space around you with her words.

Indian food cooked at home brings a togetherness that I just can’t seem to replicate anywhere else.

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By knowing and watching the same movies that my parents watched before I was born, and listening to the songs they listened to, I can feel that much closer to them.