Ryan Murphy and Netflix Announcement; Netflix Under Fire for "Queer-Erasing"; The Gay Jewish Matador From Brooklyn

Ryan Murphy and Netflix Announcement

I’ve been wondering when Netflix would get some new content, so this looks interesting. So far, lately, the only content on Netflix has been bad comedians no one cares about, weird TV shows and movies with poorly dubbed dialogue, and basically nothing worth watching. Seriously. They need something new. It’s awful and something like this might help.

Plans for a filmed version of the Tony Award-nominated musical The Prom have moved forward, with the announcement of the casting of several key roles.

Here’s the link to more.

Netflix Under Fire for “Queer-Erasing”

Speaking of Netflix, here’s another not so positive story about them.

I’m only linking to the story. I know nothing about it.

Fans accused Netflix of ‘queer erasing’ the same-sex romantic subtext in their show Neon Genesis Evangelion.

Here’s more. 

The Gay Jewish Matador From Brooklyn

Here’s a fascinating retro story about a gay matador. It’s not something you hear about every day. I find it interesting because according to this article he was partially ‘out.’ Meaning that people behind the scenes in his private life knew he was gay, but professionally they didn’t know. There’s a lot of that still going on for gay men in all professions.

Mr. Franklin, who died in 1976 when he was 72, was the first Jewish-American to reach the elite status of “matador” in Spanish bullfighting circles.
He was also gay.

Here’s a link to the rest. 










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