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    Ambitious Boys State Shows Teens Learning About Government

    Ambitious Boys State Shows Teens Learning About Government

    By Gary Kramer– The new documentary Boys State, directed by Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss, is as ambitious as the young men the filmmakers follow. Four teenagers in Texas are…

    Sister Dana sez, “I guess self-isolation has gotten to me…”

    Sister Dana sez, “I guess self-isolation has gotten to me…”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– Sister Dana sez, “I guess self-isolation has gotten to me, because now I get a tear in my eye every…

    Gay Filmmaker Recounts Survival Story From 1926

    Gay Filmmaker Recounts Survival Story From 1926

    By Gary Kramer– Gay filmmaker Richard Bell’s handsomely-mounted period piece, Brotherhood, tells the true story of an ill-fated camping trip at Balsam Lake in Canada on July 20, 1926. This…

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that PRIDE MONTH is over, are we supposed to stop celebrating Pride?”

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that PRIDE MONTH is over, are we supposed to stop celebrating Pride?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– Sister Dana sez, “Now that PRIDE MONTH is over, are we supposed to stop celebrating Pride? Of course not! Pride…

    Four Films to Inspire Pride

    Four Films to Inspire Pride

    By Gary Kramer– It’s Pride, yeah! Or, yeah? With COVID-19 canceling the parade, and the unrest in the wake of George Floyd’s death and the stirring activism that followed, what…

    The Cinematic Rainbow

    The Cinematic Rainbow

    By Jan Wahl– There are so many great movies about Pride! In earlier issues of our fine paper, I’ve written about these: 2014’s Pride is an under-seen movie about gay…

    Sister Dana sez, “Welcome to the official 50TH ANNIVERSARY of the SF LGBTQ PRIDE CELEBRATION & PARADE!”

    Sister Dana sez, “Welcome to the official 50TH ANNIVERSARY of the SF LGBTQ PRIDE CELEBRATION & PARADE!”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun – Guide to Pride 2020– Sister Dana sez, “Welcome to the official 50TH ANNIVERSARY of the SF LGBTQ PRIDE CELEBRATION…

    Off the Wahl: Complicated, Free, and Proud

    Off the Wahl: Complicated, Free, and Proud

    By Jan Wahl– A few columns back, I raved about one of my favorite unseen movies: 2004’s Pride. Based on a true story, this is a movie perfect for this…

    Who We Are vs. What We Do

    Who We Are vs. What We Do

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– One of my lifelong challenges has been to discern the difference in what I do and who I am. It has been the topic of many…

    Highlights from Frameline44 Pride Showcase

    Highlights from Frameline44 Pride Showcase

    By Gary Kramer– The Frameline Film Festival, normally held this month, will be having a virtual festival entitled Frameline44 Pride Showcase, June 25–28. There will be seven features, four documentaries,…