April 1, 2014 at 5:26PM
Happy birthday to us!
All Things "RuPaul's Drag Race": From recaps of each episode to discussing allegations of the show being transphobic to an epic ranking of every single contestant ever, the fabulous Gregory Rosebrugh has been all over Drag Race for us.
Ranking the House Down:
The Queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race, from Worst to Best (An Epic Six Part Series That Ranks Every Single Contest Ever)
Ranking the House Down: Our Squirrelfriends of Rupaul’s Drag Race, Season Six (Recap #1)
Ranking the House Down: Our Squirrelfriends of Rupaul’s Drag Race, Season Six (Recap #2)
It’s Never Too Late to Rupologize: Transphobia and Rupaul’s Drag Race (Recap #3)
Ranking the House Down: Our Squirrel Friends in the Snatch Game (Drag Race Recap #4)
Filmmakers Forum: A series of first person posts in which we provide a forum for filmmakers and other artists to discuss their process, their influences and/or their experiences showing their work.
Filmmaker's Forum: Hong Khaou On The Emotional Journey of Bringing 'Lilting' To Sundance
Filmmaker's Forum: Marta Cunningham Explains The Valentine's Tragedy That Turned Her Into a Filmmaker
Filmmaker's Forum: Director Sal Bardo on His NSFW Short Film 'Chaser' (Which You Can Watch Here)
Filmmaker's Forum: Stephen Silha On His 'Joy'-ful Doc About Legendary Queer Poet and Filmmaker James Broughton
Rewatching The Queer Canon: Looking back at examples from queer film history (and how to watch them yourself now).
Rewatching The Queer Canon, Part 1: "Fucking Amal"
Rewatching the Queer Canon, Part 2: "Summer Storm"
Rewatching The Queer Canon, Part 3: "Death in Venice"
Rewatching the Queer Canon, Part 4: Fassbinder's Gaze
Token Gays of the Day: Looking back at tokenism in fictional representations of LGBT characters.
Token Gay of the Day: Cynthia Rose in “Pitch Perfect”
Token Gay of the Day: Thad and Patrick in “The Family Stone”
Token Gay of the Day: Harry in 'Mamma Mia'
Token Gay of the Day: Tony from "Bend it Like Beckham"
Love Is Not a Crime: This new series -- it just launched last week -- aims to provide a platform for filmmakers turning their cameras onto the struggle faced by so many LGBT people the world over. We’ll review films, interview activists and keep you up-to-date with all the ways visual media is representing this fight.
Love Is Not a Crime: Introducing /bent's Regular Column on Global LGBT Rights
Love is Not a Crime: Spotlight on Jamaica