It's not a secret that I've NEVER been a fan of the book or movie, Call Me By Your Name. I've posted about it numerous times. And I'm not the only one.
Karamo Brown is not so peachy-keen, if you will, about Call Me By Your Name. In fact, the Queer Eyestar thinks the 2017 film is “problematic as f*ck,” as he reveals in a new interview.
“I’ve worked with many survivors of sexual assault, especially in the LGBTQ community, which oftentimes goes unreported,” Brown tells Insider. “And so the minute I saw that movie, I thought, ‘Here we are glorifying this sort of relationship.’”
Here's the link. I agree with Brown. He's absolutely correct. He gets it.
Side Note: There are some excellent gay films out there. Love Simon is a real gay romance, a wonderful gay romance. We need more movies like Love Simon that promote good, positive gay relationships.
LGBT Midterm Candidates and Winners
This is a video of LGBT candidates that won in the last midterm election. If you recall, a lot of people referred to that election as the "Rainbow Wave."
Here's a link where you can see the video.
Here's a link to a piece about The Rainbow Wave.
Harmful Gender Stereotypes To Be Banned In UK
Here's something more positive for a change.
Altered Parts: Limited Edition
A PG Rated Gay Romance