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02/01/2010 

 
 
 
 
  A Single Man

A Single Man: Ford's Film / Isherwood's Novel
 
In this review of A Single Man (2009), Tom Ford's adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's novel, author and glbtq.com General Editor Claude J. Summers argues that though Ford's film substantially alters the story Christopher Isherwood originally told, the film is a considerable achievement in its own right.
 
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  Film Actors: Lesbian and Bisexual Female

Film Actors: Lesbian and Bisexual Female
 
Lesbian and Bisexual Actresses have played a significant role in Hollywood since the days of silent film, but their contributions have rarely been recognized or spoken of openly. The "lavender marriage" is by no means a relic of the past despite the path-breaking careers of openly lesbian stars such as Ellen DeGeneres,Rosie O'Donnell, and Lily Tomlin.
 
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  Icons of Desire

Bill Travis: Icons of Desire
 
Artist Bill Travis uses a photographic process he invented to combine aspects of Byzantine Christian icons with homoerotic images in his series "Icons of Desire."
 
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  Ronald Firbank

Ronald Firbank: Aggressive, Witty, and Unrelenting
 
Author and professor Don Adams argues that English novelist Ronald Firbank has been mischaracterized as a frivolous literary lightweight by some prominent critics. Rather, Adams maintains, Firbank was a radically parodic writer who upended the conventional novel's focus on ethics with a liberating expression of individualist aesthetics.
 
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  Honor Moore

Bisexuality in Honor Moore's Memoirs
 
Bisexual author Honor Moore's memoirs about her father, the renowned Episcopal Bishop of New York, and her grandmother, artist Margarett Sargent, are notable for exploring the homosexual as well as the heterosexual relationships in her subject's lives and in her own.
 
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12/01/2009 

 
 
 
 
  Ann Bannon

American Literature: Lesbian, 1900-1969
 
Lesbian literature between 1900 and 1969 exploited the "outlaw" status of the lesbian. This phenomenon is reflected in the stylistically and thematically diverse work of such writers as Sarah Orne Jewett, Djuna Barnes, Gertrude Stein, and Hilda Doolittle, among others.
 
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11/01/2009 

 
 
 
 
  Cady Wells

Lois Rudnick on Cady Wells
 
Lois Rudnick, editor of Cady Wells and Southwestern Modernism (Museum of New Mexico Press, 2009), explains her interest in and describes the life and work of Cady Wells (1904-1954), a modernist painter who thrived in the art colonies of Taos and Santa Fe during the first half of the twentieth century. Wells found love as well as an accepting and like-minded creative community in New Mexico's desert.
 
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  Whittaker Chambers

Public Scandals
 
The stories of public scandals involving glbtq people often illuminate the cultural and historical milieus in which they occurred as much as the biographies of the subjects of the scandals.
 
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  Gertrude Stein

Jewish-American Literature
 
Jewish-American gay and lesbian literature with its rich heritage, diverse subject matter, and thriving vitality has imbued American Jewish literature with new life. With some notable exceptions, American Jewish gay and lesbian writers have tended to be secularists; for them "Jewish" is not necessarily an indicator of a particular religious position or sensibility but an affirmation of ethnic and cultural identity.
 
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  Latina/Latino Literature

Latina/Latino Literature
 
Latina Lesbian Literature is a vibrant literary tradition that has grown rapidly since the mid-1980s and enjoyed considerable critical attention, but the number of contributors to Gay Male Latino Literature has remained curiously small.
 
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