I have watched Our Flag Means Death all the way through twice and I want to know: why can't media be this queer all the time?? Other media is so BORING by comparison! I've read numerous books that would have been MUCH better with a queer subplot of some kind, specifically a romantic one. These… Continue reading Books That Would Have Been Improved With a Queer Romance
Yes, I'm back with another album dissection. 'tis the damn season. No one expected a second Taylor Swift album release in 2020, least of all me. I didn't see how evermore could live up to folklore. It did...and it might be my new favorite album. Hear me out: evermore is more cohesive in sound and… Continue reading whoops, evermore is my favorite actually: an album dissection (with book recs!)
I've listened to Taylor Swift's folklore close to two dozen times since its release. And, yes, despite my big research project not too long ago, my beloved reputation has been ousted by newcomer folklore. Folk is a very natural fit for Taylor Swift's vocal stylings - I'm surprised no one thought to explore this pairing sooner. folklore feels more vulnerable than… Continue reading folklore is my favorite: an album dissection
A good adaptation can change your mind about a play. To put a twist on the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival retooled "Oklahoma" as a queer romance featuring multiple gay, transgender, and gender-nonconforming characters. I won't be able to watch straight "Oklahoma" ever again. The same-sex interpretation makes a lot of… Continue reading Converted by same-sex “Oklahoma”
The Harry Potter fanbase has decided on things that I don't agree with and/or comprehend and I wanted to take today to go through some of those things.