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Archive for category: Inversion

   (2014.10.18)

Duane Michals concludes his oddball war memoir The Lieutenant Who Loved His Platoon with this letter from one of his grunts

   (2014.10.18)

The late Eric Rofes: Hank Homo ‘nows what’s safe and what’s not safe and wears a red ribbon on his leather-jacket lapel. Hank throws himself into “the life” with gusto, good humour, and the best intentions. He discovers the dance clubs and the sex clubs, is jerked off in the showers at his gym (or the park at night, or the tearoom in the department store), and picks up men on subways, streetcorners, and at the corner market. He’s feeling good, he’s feeling hot – finally attractive and at home in his body. At 28 years old, he’s living the kind of life he’s always dreamed of: Out and proud as a gay man, immersed in a gay-positive environment, sharing in a communal culture of pleasure and freedom and affirmation’

   (2014.09.19)

John Rechy: “YMCA” begins with “youngman” from City of Night

   (2014.08.27)

Julie Bindel and Rachel Swan should know better than to publish falsehoods about gay men’s incomes

   (2014.08.27)

GenderTrender, exhibiting too many copy errors but with equally too many juicy bons mots to go without recognition

   (2014.08.27)

soc.motss was not ever an “LGBTQ Internet space,” David Auerbach

   (2014.08.24)

I ask yet again: When sword-wielding Muslims attack, even without a Koran in the other hand, who gets murdered first – the Jews or the homosexual? (Cases in point: Jonathan Goldsbie and Andrea Houston)

   (2014.08.12)

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

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