Friday, February 18, 2022

On the Rag, Vol. 696

A weekly look at what's making news in the gay magazines:

Boy Culture: Twenty-five years ago this week, the well-loved “Homer's Phobia” episode of "The Simpsons" aired. Incredibly, though it was 25 years ago, it was already eight seasons into the durable series. On the episode, Homer's new pal John (John Waters) turns out to be happily gay. Keep reading HERE.

1 comment:

j said...

"The Power of the Dog" is not a romantic gay western. I saw it and was impressed by it's cinematography but found the story to be in some ways confusing. There are two "gay" character but only seem to have a homosexual desire even if it's closeted- the other one can only be described as gay vague-there is a sort of seduction scene but we never see the outcome. The film is base on a novel written in 1969 by a straight man and it's attitude towards homosexuality seemed a bit retro you know all implied glances and symbolism.. -