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   (2016.05.14)

Snowpiercer is a totalizing visual obsession with returning one’s gaze to the symmetrical features of, the gleaming blue eyes of, every bristle of hair on Chris Evans, a timeless Hollywood masculine archetype

   (2015.08.24)

Toronto’s bien-pensant media intelligentsia want Xtra’s “pink” newspaper boxes back. What they don’t want is the task of investigating Xtra. Good thing I’m here

   (2015.05.17)

Eldergays, unlike athletes, cannot live a life of the body

   (2015.01.04)

I did the obvious thing. I downloaded one or more instruction manuals from essentially every dishwasher manufacturer in existence, extracted just the pages or parts thereof that illustrate how to load the dishwasher, and assembled them on Flickr

   (2014.08.12)

I see an eternal truth wordlessly expressed in Toast and The Long Day Closes

   (2014.07.05)

Dancers vs. a life of the mind. A dancer thinks with his body

   (2014.04.01)

The crunching you hear underfoot is of the shattered friendships of aging eldergays

   (2014.01.31)

Psychology researcher Phillip Hammack’s five generations of gay men is a strong contribution to the literature. But he is blind to what the last generation, which should be called the Queer Generation, really believes. That generation will finally kill off gay men

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