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Life is only what you wonder.

Friday, November 15, 2002

"Uh, You Think You Could Help Me Out Here?"

I rented The Fluffer last night.
A very good movie.

The only thing that I was bothered by is that--yet again--gay men are portrayed as people who are somehow messed-up mentally.
For once I would really love to see a movie with gay people who are masculine, not perpetual drug users or drunks, who are not promiscuous, who are not drag queens or hustlers, who don't have some kind of "mental problem", who are in a long-term relationship that's not dysfunctional in some way, or who don't have AIDS.

And a happy ending wouldn't hurt either.

But the movie did feature an appearance by my all-time favorite diva, so that definitelymade it Worth Seeing.