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  This very dark melodrama is the feature film writing/directing debut of French Canadian actor Yan England and is a chilling tale of the possible consequences of unchecked schoolyard homophobia. Sixteen-year-old Tim (Antoine Olivier Pilon) used to be a star athlete on his school track team, but after his mother died he lost all interest in … Continue reading

Wonderkid wants to win off the pitch too.

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  Professional sports is the one of the last remaining bastions where homophobia still seems to flourish unabated. For every brave courageous LGBT athlete that dares to publicly come out of the closet, there are several thousands more kept in by sheer fear of what will happen to their careers, their lives and their loved … Continue reading

Hollywood Must Do Better

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In a new report out the LGBT advocacy group GLAAD claims that most major Hollywood studio films either totally avoid our community or they ensure that LGBT figures are simply the butts of jokes or putdowns.  In 2014, for example, only 17 of more than 100 studio releases included lesbian, gay or bisexual characters, and … Continue reading

Why we LOVE James Corden

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The more we see of (fellow Brit) James Corden the unquestionably funniest Late Late Show Host on American TV right now, the more we love him. Watch him here pitch in with his very witty take on why Dalton Maldonado, the star basketball player at Betsy Layne High School in Kentucky omitted from his yearbook because … Continue reading

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