Chris Pine’s Full Frontal Male Nude Scene; Zeitgeist 1977: The First Gay Film Festival; Prince Charles Inspires Trans Teen

Chris Pine’s Full Frontal Male Nude Scene

If there were more full frontal male nudes scenes in films, this wouldn’t be a headline. But since there aren’t more, this is obviously still highly newsworthy. It’s about Chris Pine’s role in Outlaw King.

 It’s no secret that Chris Pine is showing wood. The actor’s full-frontal scene in the upcoming Netflix film Outlaw King already has tongues wagging, and you can add three famous names to the list of interested parties: Rami Malec, Sally Field and Graham Norton.

You can read more, here. I just hope the film doesn’t suck.

Zeitgeist 1977: The First Gay Film Festival

Here’s something about gay films in the 1970s. For those who don’t know anything about it, you’ll find it educational.

These stories, along with those of the filmmakers, all have their retelling in Zeitgeist 1977, a new short film from Frameline, the San Francisco-based queer media arts foundation that today is home to literally dozens of first-rate movies at its annual festival leading up to Pride weekend in the city. 

Here’s the link. It looks interesting.

Prince Charles Inspires Trans Teen

Here’s a story about a young trans man in the UK named Luke Levine. This kid inspires me.

He talks about how meeting Prince Charles gave him strength and inspiration.

‘Speaking to Prince Charles, seeing how involved he was with volunteering and how passionate he was saved my life,’ Luke told The Sunday People newspaper.
‘I’d never felt the same as everybody else but didn’t know why.

 
You can read more about him, here.



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