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Our Future: Gay Men and Fashion
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Our Future: Gay Men and Fashion

Has #MeToo Gone too Far? Ansari Story Sparks Debate

By Kyle Mangione-Smith |
Certainly, there is a long-standing association between gay men and high fashion, but what I'm talking about goes much further than that.

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'Call Me By Your Name,' 'Lady Bird' Land GLAAD Nominations

'Call Me By Your Name,' 'Lady Bird' Land GLAAD Nominations

Jan 19
Five feature films including "The Shape of Water" and "Call Me By Your Name" have been nominated for GLAAD Media Awards, one year after it found only two films to honor for gay-inclusive story lines and characters.

Watch: Stunning Clip of 1945 Gay Pool Party Goes Viral

Watch: Stunning Clip of 1945 Gay Pool Party Goes Viral

Jan 19
A 17-second video showing moments from a 1945 pool party is going viral this week - and for good reason. This isn't your typical 40s pool party at a private home: The footage shows it's a gathering of gay men.

 Review :: Forever My Girl

Review :: Forever My Girl

By Michael Cox | Jan 19
This wish fulfillment movie is as heartfelt and sentimental as a Collin Raye ballad, but if you're looking for complex characters or realistic human interaction, look elsewhere.

 Review :: Crooked House

Review :: Crooked House

By Michael Cox | Jan 19
In Agatha Christie's "Crooked House," the Queen of Crime's characteristic puzzle mystery in a country estate has been painted in the shadowy shades of noir and updated to the late 1950s.

 Review :: It

Review :: It

By Greg Vellante | Jan 19
Stephen King's "IT" got the feature film treatment last year, and has just arrived on Blu-ray. But with a Director's Cut coming sometime in 2018, is this purchase worth it?

 Review :: Step Sisters

Review :: Step Sisters

By Derek Deskins | Jan 19
"Step Sisters" may have some cool step choreography, but it isn't nearly enough to make this lazy, unfunny, and hopelessly clichéd movie the least bit watchable.

 Review :: The Final Year

Review :: The Final Year

By Louise Adams | Jan 19
If you miss political competence or genuine humanity, or if you're pining for foreign policy "based on values" that actually considers life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, this documentary will fit the bill.

 Review :: The Revival

Review :: The Revival

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 19
You might feel spiritually bruised after seeing this film -- that, after all, is the very essence of that old time religion.

With Daveed Diggs, 'Blindspotting' Tells an Oakland Story

With Daveed Diggs, 'Blindspotting' Tells an Oakland Story

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 19
"Hamilton" star Daveed Diggs used his own life as inspiration for the film "Blindspotting," which premiered as one of the opening night films of the Sundance Film Festival Thursday to largely positive reactions.

 Review :: Den Of Thieves

Review :: Den Of Thieves

By Greg Vellante | Jan 18
An obvious homage to the films of Michael Mann, especially 1995's crime saga "Heat," Christian Gudegast's "Den of Thieves" often sticks the landing in mirroring its cat-and-mouse influence.

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