Call Me By Your Name’s Barely Legal Character; The L Word Reboot; Colin Kaepernick’s "Unthanksgiving Day"

Call Me By Your Name’s Barely Legal Character

From now on I’m only linking to articles about this movie. I’m not commenting.

Call My by Your Name is, for all its subtlety and specificity, fundamentally about an erotic relationship between a 17-year-old teenager and a 24-year-old man. It will also be released in a moment of heightened scrutiny around sexual abuse in Hollywood, including the revelations about Kevin Spacey, which, thanks in part to his joint apology/coming-out statement, seemed to renew old and damaging associations of gayness with molestation. It isn’t hard to find more tweets accusing the movie and even Hammer himself of promoting pedophilia, and as more people see the film, these accusations will undoubtedly intensify.

Here’s the rest.  You have to fully understand what barely legal means, ethically and morally.

The L Word Reboot

I never actually watched The L Word, but I’ve heard wonderful things about it.

Showtime’s reboot of their groundbreaking lesbian drama The L Word just took an important step forward.
The network tapped Marja-Lewis Ryan as the new iteration’s showrunner and executive producer.

Here’s more. I think I should look around to see where I can binge watch the entire series.

Colin Kaepernick’s “Unthankgiving Day”

While I don’t totally agree with Kaepernick, I have to admire his tenacity and his passion. At first I thought he might be looking for attention, but it now looks as though he’s serious about what he believes and he’s not afraid to support it. That I admire in anyone even though I don’t necessarily agree with them. Kaepernick is definitely a very strong, dedicated man. And it’s hard to fault a man for having the courage and strength to go up on that proverbial hill.

 GQs 2017 “Citizen of the Year” loaded onto a boat to Alcatraz Island at 4AM alongside Native Americans to take part in the annual “Unthanksgiving Day” celebration, also known as the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering. Earlier this year, Kaepernick donated $50,000 to the to the Mni Wiconi Health Clinic partnership at Standing Rock to help with medical costs for water protectors at the Dakota Access Pipeline site and yesterday, his commitment was celebrated when he received sacred eagle feathers at the ceremony, which is one of the highest honors you can receive from the elders there.

You can find this one, here. 

Altered Parts




 Said With Care
A PG Rated Gay Romance

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