From André Gide to Michel Foucault, predatory behavior has frequently hijacked calls for gay rights to justify abuse.
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I was disappointed to discover a popular claim about persecution of queer people in postwar America rests on unsteady statistical ground.
Get a load of the press release to promote YTAM's new single, "James Dean."
"The End of Men" looks like a laughable cartoon of "Triumph of the Will," but it conceals a dangerous apocalyptic conservative ideology.
The highly praised 2019 study of pre-1960 violence against gay men leaves out some important facts about twentieth century American media.
The Discovery+ star uses more than a little fakery to fabricate a disappointing exhibit on the cheap after spending $382,000 for its star attraction.
A new movie plans to turn the story of the imagined curse of James Dean's wrecked Porsche into a fun horror romp. It's probably not a good idea.
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