Male Objectification – A Supercut (NSFW)

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  Editor Stanely Thai said that his video is meant to be a critique of female objectification in Hollywood cinema because it is done more often and usually in an exploitative way.  He attempted to subvert that notion by featuring men instead.  Some people may find the video as an alternative to porn or an … Continue reading

Queer movement artist MAX COOKWARD reflects their transformative journey through dance

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  Max Cookward a queer dance artist reflects on their connection to the physical and means of expression in a short film, directed by Harry Bowley.  The Brit grew up with two mothers  which he acknowledges would help when they would want to self-discover their gender identity and sexuality  Trained at Rambert School of Ballet and … Continue reading

Just Dance: Le Groupe : an en masse freakout

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Manon Bouquet is a French stage artist and choreographer whose work has community and exchange as central themes. In her latest project, Le Groupe, she explores the artistic stagnation that arose from the pandemic and how collaborative energies, inspired by love and interdependency, helped her through the dark days. The soundtrack, Jaime XX’s “Gosh,” recalls … Continue reading

Just Dance : I Don’t Need A Reason: genre busting choreography

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  Lady Camden of Season 14 of Drag Race shows off her dance prowess in this short video from Nowness directed by filmmaker Luke Willis.  I Don’t Need a Reason is one of six collaborative short films, which Willis has directed to accompany specific episodes from the current season. This film is also the only film … Continue reading

Define Gender: Muxes : a portrait of Mexico’s third sex

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      In 2016 Los Angeles-based director Ivan Olita traveled to the town of Juchitán in Oaxaca, Mexico, to explore the world of the muxes, who are considered the country’s third gender—individuals who were assigned male at birth but live their lives as women.  The residents of the area proudly retain its ancient pre-colonial … Continue reading

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