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Which Disney Princess Would You Do?
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Which Disney Princess Would You Do?

Ever play the game Ginger vs. Mary Ann, where you have to choose which Gilligan’s Island character you’d rather get with? That was never an easy call for me. I dug Ginger’s whole insatiable nympho thing, but she lacked in the substance area. Mary Ann seemed like a solid person, […]

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The Fosters: Things Unknown

We anxiously await the answers to many questions this season of The Fosters. Will Brandon be able to play piano again? Will Callie ever be adopted or will she screw it all up by tickling Brandon’s ivories? How is Lena handling pregnancy? Will ABC Family show us dry heaving, extreme […]

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A House Divided by FIFA World Cup™

“Who do we want to win?” asks Asher when we tell him he can watch as much screen as he wants as long as it’s the World Cup. “Whom,” I answer, “and I don’t know. We’re a house divided.” Asher looks at me with that whatchutalkinboutWillis face. We’re fair-weather soccer […]

The Five Gayest Things about The Ten Commandments
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The Five Gayest Things about The Ten Commandments

This week I thought about how much more fun it would be to sit around the flat screen with some obnoxious gay friends, pointing out all the obviously queer subtext. Sadly, I’ve never had the opportunity to do that. So, herewith, for fun, and to distract me from my low-carb starvation, are the top five reasons The Ten Commandments should have been included in The Celluloid Closet.

10 Things from the Season 2 Orange Is the New Black Trailer
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10 Things from the Season 2 Orange Is the New Black Trailer

Yesterday, Netflix released the trailer for Season 2 of Orange Is the New Black. Deborah and I watched it too many times to count and now present the 10 most important things you need to know.

Queer-View Mirror: Really Gay-ifying Disney
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Queer-View Mirror: Really Gay-ifying Disney

Some say Disney is trying to normalize homosexuality but C.J. thinks Disney hasn’t gone far enough. Enough of this subtext business. Let’s see some out and proud animated girls and boys taking back their lives. Let’s remake those Disney films and turn that subtext into actual text.

The Fosters: Adoption Day
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The Fosters: Adoption Day

This show is making history (cheesy, melodramatic history). Watching a family with two moms make sandwiches on national television. Watching them give advice and try to guide their kids toward the best people they can be. Getting to see them make mistakes and celebrate victories.

The Fosters: Metropolis (Episode 20)
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The Fosters: Metropolis (Episode 20)

All those loose ends? Here they come back around. Next week is the season finale, so it only makes sense that things are wrapping up. I couldn’t be happier because my nerves are frayed from wondering when that witness tampering thing was going to resurface.

The Fosters: Escapes and Reversals (Episode 18)
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The Fosters: Escapes and Reversals (Episode 18)

My partner has been working long hours the past few weeks, so I’ve been staying at my parents’ home with the kids. There’s something about being away from my partner and surrounded by parents and siblings that made this show extra poignant this week. Family is a crazy, complicated wonderful thing, and I love shows that reflect that.

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Nostalgic for gayer Oscar’s past

This Sunday night, millions of gay viewers around the globe will tune in to the 86th Academy Awards to see if the one queer-themed film nominated this year, Dallas Buyers Club, will win any of the host of awards it is up for, including Best Film, Best Actor (Matthew McConaughey), […]