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Dashing in December : a queer Christmas Cowboy story

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  The LGBTQ community’s fascination with gay cowboys long predates Brokeback Mountain the 2005 Oscar Winning movie that made us all fall in love with Heath Ledger.  Yet some 15 years later  there is still such a shortage of them on the big and small screen so that we got positively excited just about the … Continue reading



Hallmark loses its gay virginity

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  Another big sign that we are making inroads into the hetro-normative world is that Hallmark Channel the family oriented highly sentimental TV Channel has its first queer Christmas movie! And if that is not surprising enough, they actually have openly gay actors playing gay characters  In The Christmas House two brothers Mike (Robert Buckley … Continue reading



Every Brilliant Thing

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Every Christmas Frank Capra’s 1946 classic movie It’s A Wonderful Life is dragged out for another airing on TV.  Lest you have never seen it (!) its the  story of  George Bailey who is so depressed by the fact that everything is going wrong that he seriously contemplates taking his own life only to be … Continue reading



My Leftover Ladies

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In China the word ‘Sheng nu’ means ‘leftover women’ and is a derogatory term made popular by the All-China Women’s Federation that classifies women who remain unmarried after they are 28 years old.  It’s part of the pressure that their society place on women to conform and accept that marriage is the only goal they … Continue reading



THE JEWISH CARDINAL aka Le métis de Dieu

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The film opens in 1969 and we see a young priest precariously careering through heavy traffic   the streets of Paris as he is late for a meeting with his Bishop. Instead of receiving news about his expected move to Jerusalem he is told instead that the Pope has appointed him Bishop of Orleans. Totally … Continue reading



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