If depicting intimacy on screen is complicated, talking about teen and queer sex seemed impossible. Until “Sex Education” came along.
In “A Million Miles Away,” Director Alejandra Marquez Abella changes the hero’s narrative, foregrounding the women and community behind it.
The new ‘John Wick’ movie winked at me at every turn. And since Keanu Reeves is the only man who makes me doubt my homosexuality, I gave in.
I had to fall in love with ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ to make peace with a part of my identity that I had blocked and repressed — my femininity.
‘Law & Order’ takes us deep into the depths of human perversion through the thread of hope and faith in a flawed system.
“Sex in the City” is a phenomenon the shaped the lives of women my age, but I couldn’t help but wonder: what does it have to teach us now?
With “Pamela, A Love Story,” Pamela Anderson shows a life of dissociation, violence, and resilience, finally regaining control.
At another time in my life, I might have jumped out of my seat and laughed at the irony that Gabriela Mistral, the writer of my grandmother’s favorite verses, was a lesbian like me.