Keith G. Howes has been researching, writing, and speaking about gay film, radio, and television for 25 years. He lives in Sydney, Australia where he is employed as a bush regenerator, helping to restore native flora and fauna.
Entries by Keith G. Howes
arts >> Australian Television
Despite some important breakthroughs in the depiction of gay men and lesbians in the past, Australian television today lacks any regular and open discussion of queer issues and lives.
arts >> British Television
Until recently, British television embraced lesbians and gays as Them rather than Us, but a more diversified and nuanced approach to all kinds of sexuality is likely to be the case in the future.
arts >> Hudson, Rock
A product of Hollywood's star system, Rock Hudson became an international symbol of heterosexuality, wearing a mask until it was savagely ripped off when he was diagnosed with AIDS.