Amazon Streaming TV: Gay Movies
Even though I’ve watched a few TV shows through Amazon…and loved them…I never had a chance to check out the gay content. I did that this week, finally, and it’s very impressive. It’s much better than Netflix as far as quantity goes. In fact, there are so many titles it’s hard to choose which one you want to watch. And almost all have a trailer that you can check out first.
Last night I streamed a gay movie titled, Steel. Here’s the description on IMDb. I don’t like to review these things because they are so subjective, and I don’t want to be that amateur online reviewer who simply gives a basic plot description and pretends to know better. I liked Steel, and I would recommend it.
Strong emotions – fear and panic, self-search and isolation, love and sex, self-denial and self-discovery – a ride on an emotional roller coaster while trying to find one’s way into life.
Here’s the IMDb link, to Steel, and if you haven’t watched Amazon streaming TV, you might want to check out the gay content. As I said, it’s much better than Netflix. And it’s real gay content. Not gay content told through the POV of someone who is straight and has gay friends.
Adam Rippon Retires From Skating
I follow Rippon on Twitter and I usually like everything he Tweets. He’s funny, too, and no pretense. He has a nice sense of humor.
He recently announced he’s retiring from skating, and then showed the world a letter he wrote to himself years ago.
“You are going through a really tough time right now. You’ve just missed qualifying for the Olympic team for the second time in a row. You feel confused and you feel like a failure. It might not make sense right now, but this is truly one of the most important moments in your life,” he wrote.
You can read the entire letter here. It’s very good.
Straight Taron Egerton On His Sexuality
Apparently, Taron Egerton is the guy who’s playing the role of Elton John in Rocketman. And now he’s talking about his own sexuality. There’s been speculation about whether he’s gay or not.
‘I’m not gay but two of my mates came out when I was 15 and it was a joy to support them because, as a group, we are all secure in who we are.’
Well, they always have gay friends, and they let you know it.
Here’s the link. He also makes a few comments about Kevin Spacey. It’s interesting to note they didn’t hire a US actor to play the part of Elton John. That might not have been believable.