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Oct 21 2016
Teen Breach Movie: A Review Of KING COBRA & Inside The NYC Premiere Comments (0)

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Last night was the NYC premiere of the skin-soaked thriller King Cobra, writer/director Justin Kelly's take on the gruesome 2007 murder of porn impresario Bryan Kocis at the hands of rivals Joe Kerekes and Harlow Cuadra, all over the right to use then-newcummer Brent Corrigan in a video.

DSC00736 editHunting Season's Jake Manabat, Marc Sinoway & Tyler French (Image by Matthew Rettenmund)

DSC00734Sinoway, Misha Osherovich, yours truly & Andrew Glaszek (Image courtesy of Matthew Rettenmund)

The premiere, at IFC Center, attracted Kelly; Christian Slater (who stars as Kocis); Younger star Nico Tortorella (whose sexual orientation would make a great thriller in its own right, IMO); Hunting Season stars Marc Sinoway, Jake Manabat and Tyler French; History actor Misha Osherovich; photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders; Undetectable and Hustling actor Andrew Glaszek (who years from now will be known as the “It” ginger of NYC); and more.

Following the screening and a lively Q&A (somebody asked Slater if he would try gay porn if he could start his career over), the after-party was held at the Cock, a dive bar that even other dive bars would sneak into to avoid being seen. Which Unnamed means it's tacky, sleazy fun.

Hey, it wasn't the first time in history a star and his director left a screening and headed straight for Cock.

It was great to connect with the other attendees (no, not a euphemism), and to congratulate Slater on a fine performance. I also shook hands with Kelly after having been a disembodied voice on an intercom during a recent Q&A session with the gay media. (Coming.) I fear he hates me because I asked him why he's attracted to non-rah! rah! gay subject matter, considering the fact that King Cobra follows his debut, 2015's I Am Michael, about the XY publisher who went from gay activist to ex-gay activist. It was meant as a compliment.

I wish I could be more complimentary about his earnest King Cobra, but the film is uneven and, like Kocsis, fatally flawed. Then again, like Corrigan, it has an undeniable watchability.

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Oct 20 2016
Megyn Kelly Shuts Down Trump Apologist Over Sex-Harassment Lie Comments (0)

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Megyn Kelly had to work around Roger Ailes for years, so she is not playing when it comes to powerful men harassing women and pretending it didn't happen/slurring the victims ...

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Garrett Clayton Won't Tell You What He Does In His Bedroom Every Day (Nobody Asked Ya!) Comments (0)

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More disappointing language from Garrett Clayton, star of King Cobra, on his decision not to comment on his sexual orientation.

In a Q&A with Chris Azzopardi of PrideSource, Clayton—and I chalk some of this up to his youth—equates gayness with the stuff we do in our bedrooms:

I mean, they probably would feel a lot differently if people were calling them and saying, “So tell me: What you do in your bedroom every day?” This is my job. And I'm happy to promote my work. And I'm happy to stand up for things I believe in. If people can't see the positivity in that, then I think that's up to them. You can have Mother Teresa giving food out and somebody will find something negative to say.

I continue to argue: We know Robert De Niro likes chicks—what's so special about gay actors that their sexual orientations should be sacrosanct? Only homophobia benefits from that particular veil.

Read the rest of his articulate but, IMO, flawed arguments on the topic at the link.

Clayton also expresses sympathy for sex workers, talks about his crash diet for his nudity-charged role in the movie and speaks at length about his comfort with being undressed in front of the camera vs. at home.

6-PACK — Alaska: First Lady Gaga Of Fashion + Death Of A Snapchat Queen + Trump's Bigliest Debate Blunder + Sullivan Declares Trump Devastated + Ivanka's Seeking Some Mixed-Race Meat + Guy Pearce Takes Erection Well! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureAlaska teaches you how to steal Lady Gaga's rock-chick-real-girl look.

*widget boy cultureSnapchat queen perishes: Death by chiropractor!

*widget boy cultureTrump's refusal to state he'll accept election results becomes final debate's #1 flashpoint.

*widget boy cultureAndrew Sullivan, no Clintonista, says Hillary devastated Trump, calls his performance disqualifying.

*widget boy cultureIvanka Trump reportedly told a dude she'd just met she wanted to see a “mulatto” c*ck.

*widget boy cultureGuy Pearce throws massive wood in the presence of Kylie Minogue!

Oct 19 2016
When Trump Goes Low, Kathy Goes Lower Comments (0)

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Kathy Griffin Brits and Yanks Trump's chain in a new campaign ad/parody ...

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6-PACK/politics — Madonna Sucks ... For Hillary + Trump Abandoned By Burnett + Hillary UP + Trump Called Condi The B-Word + Kids For Hillary + The Dumbest Hillary Note Ever, Period! Comments (0)

*widget boy cultureABOVE: Madonna hilariously promises BJs for Hillary votes.

*widget boy cultureDonald Trump is too far right even for Apprentice holy roller Mark Burnett. Burn!

*widget boy cultureQuinnipiac: Hillary up by 7 nationally.

*widget boy cultureTrump called Condi Rice a “bitch,” and she let her reaction be known.

*widget boy cultureKids vote for Hillary—and they've only screwed up twice since 1940. Guess which they missed?

*widget boy cultureAt least one Hillary hater is concerned about her, um, monthly period.

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Oct 17 2016
Until Proven Innocent: A Review Of SOUTHWEST OF SALEM Comments (0)

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I am sometimes embarrassed to tell a woman the name of my blog, usually resorting to, “It's Boy Culture ... but we love girls, too!”

I've never felt less attached to the name than when I was watching the new documentary Southwest of Salem, which details the heartbreaking case of four Latinas from San Antonio, Texas, whose lesbianism almost certainly led to their being imprisoned for heinous crimes they did not commit; their story was almost certainly made possible by good ol' boy culture.

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The San Antonio Four—Elizabeth Ramirez, Kristie Mayhugh, Cassandra Rivera and Anna Vasquez—were a tight-knit group of friends who found themselves accused, in 1994, of gang-raping Ramirez's two young nieces. The girls told a wild tale of drug-fueled, Satanic-driven group sex, an expert testified that the girls' hymens were damaged and that's all their community and the local media needed to hear.

Convicted, Ramirez pulled over 37 years and her friends each received 16. Only problem is, they didn't do it, and the crime for which they were convicted almost beyond a doubt never happened in the first place.

When one of the girls accusing the women grew up and found she could not remember anything negative happening at all, she confronted her father, a man with plenty of reason to have an ax to grind when it came to his sister-in-law. He allegedly threatened her with taking her children away if she refused to stay silent. She went on the record anyway, and he did try, unsuccessfully, to meddle with her custody.

Her admission led to Vasquez's parole, and Vasquez made it her mission to help her fellow accused. Their long, torturous struggle makes up Southwest of Salem.

Director Deborah S. Esquenazi has turned in a sobering, no-frills documentary that painstakingly details the case, which has yet to fully resolve; the women are currently free, but as the film shows, they are still fighting for justice.

Esquenazi documents how the expert testimony in the original case was not only flimsy, but later disavowed by the same expert who gave it; how the police seemed all too eager to lump the crime in with the last gasp of the now totally debunked Satanic ritual abuse epidemic (the film's only arty flourish is a sequence of footage from the Silent Era that eerily communicates the accusers' over-the-top fabulism); and how the legal system is set up to keep admissions of error extremely hard to solicit, let alone receive.

Most impressively, the director accomplishes this while telling the very human stories of the women, and of the accuser who set out to make things right years later.

She also deftly touches on the role (or lack thereof) of the nascent San Antonio gay community back in the '90s when the case first achieved notoriety, and on the roles of Catholicism and family in the women's lives.

Portions of the Q&A from the screening I attended:

There are many deeply moving sequences in Southwest of Salem—which has no shortage of parallels from which to draw in comparing the Massachusetts witch hunts of the 1600s with the way POC and LGBTQ people are still routinely treated by the U.S. justice system—including scenes of despair and of joy long withheld. For me, the most compelling scene is when an elderly, white, male, Texan judge is tasked with deciding whether a case he himself presided over may have gotten it wrong. One question he asks will chill you to the bone, and should lead any right-minded citizen to ask a dozen more questions about the efficacy of our system.

Don't miss this important film—check out its official site here and donate to the women's cause here.

Oct 14 2016
6-PACK — Luke Evans Protecting His Gayness + WaPo Is With Her! + Pence: FECKLESS Driver + Trump Jr. Slams Women Who Object To Sexual Harassment + Happy B'Day, BJ! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureNewly single Luke Evans isn't “embarrassed” by being gay, but he won't talk about it. Because privacy.


*widget boy cultureThe Washington Post endorses Hillary Clinton “without hesitation,” not just 'cuz Trump is “dreadful.”

*widget boy cultureTrump says he didn't attack Natasha Stoynoff: “You take a look, look at her ... I don't think so.”

*widget boy cultureMike Pence answers 11-year-old girl's body-shaming question with lecture about “feckless” Hillary:

*widget boy cultureDonald Trump Jr. says women should put up with sexual harassment or they don't belong in the workforce:

*widget boy cultureGuess how old Greg Evigan is?

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