Craighead’s piece is not interested in interrogating Brody’s reasoning
For Pride month, Screen Speck’s gayest crew has compiled a list of our favorite queer characters. We hope that one of them might inspire you, too.
Dads are complicated. Let’s just get that out of the way. They’re harder to read than mothers are, mainly because many a time they communicate via vague gestures or a grunt here and there instead of words. They also happen to be the most…interesting individual in the lives of their children many times.
In accordance with Mother’s Day, here’s a look at some of the most memorable mothers in our culture.
Queerness becomes threatening when it dares to suggest that the heterosexual male gaze isn’t the only lens from which one can view the world.
This is not what you think it is. Unless you think this article is about me advocating for more use of puppets in entertainment media and why that would be
The truth for many of us obsessives is that our love for the pieces of art that enriched our lives — whether it be film, TV, or even music — is invariably tied up in the events surrounding how we were first introduced to them.
We’ve seen Black women portrayed on-screen as broken, scorned, and traumatized wives or as the girlfriends of abusers time and time again.
‘The Grabber’ becomes the visual representation of just how far masculinity will go to self-preserve at the hands of other men.