M ore than 50 years ago, an album appeared that let the love that dare not speak its name sing out loud. Neither were the musicians who played on it, the man who produced the music, nor the two male figures who lurked in the dark shadows that enveloped the cover. There was also no information about it — at least not until recently. For decades, Love Is a Drag was listed in various cult publications aimed at collectors. But those listings never gave credit to the singer or included an original release date for the disc.
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I would have started writing this piece earlier, but the tendonitis in my right foot sent me to the doctor scrambling for relief. My body, that instrument that, once upon a time, introduced itself before I did, is falling apart. Happens to anyone whose name is not Cher. If you are gay, single, and childless, as I am, the future is as unpredictable today as the present was a couple of decades ago. Most something gay men I know are married, and a huge percentage have children. Or, the alternative: You must not want a partner, children, a house.
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The live-action feature film version of the beloved children's cartoon series had a lot more gay subtext than you may remember. In , Cannon Films — the great, long-defunct schlock factory responsible for some of the best bad movies of the s — released a live-action version of the wildly popular cartoon TV series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. It was still set on Eternia and still centered around Castle Greyskull, which was still overseen by the Sorceress — and Skeletor and his right-hand woman Evil-Lyn did still covet conquering it. He-Man did still fight alongside trusted warrior compatriots Man-at-Arms and his daughter Teela, and he did still wield the famed "Sword of Greyskull.
Have a question? Email her at dear. My boyfriend of a year says he is bisexual. I knew this from the beginning because we met on a dating app and he had that clearly stated in his profile. However, what I am concerned about is that he is using me as a stepping stone to acknowledging to himself that he is gay, or that he wants to be in a heterosexual relationship in order to reap the social benefits having kids, generally being accepted in society, etc.