Kyle tells us how much he hates all TV (kidding) and Manny Lozano of VERY AWARE points us to some possible queerness of comics in an episode all about exploring the ingredients in "original recipe" MCU. Spoilers for most all of the Marvel movie
Conner finally learns the difference between "emoticon" and "emoji," Kyle threatens to push lolcats in front of oncoming traffic, and we respond to a few think pieces about gender policing texting etiquette. ***00:00:00 - Banter! + 00:02:48 -
In this episode, we overzealously cite Emily Nussbaum, Kyle compares the show's straight-acting coach episode to THE BIRDCAGE, Conner laughs too loud for the mic (again), and we poke and prod at the gay best friend dynamic in UNBREAKABLE KIMMY
This week we try to contain our glee about MAD MEN in order to explore who's doing the looking and who (or what) they're looking at on one of TV's best dramas, Kyle asks, "Is that all there is?" and Conner shares a crackpot theory making MAD ME
This week we ramble about design, tribalism, and binary in the user experience of dating apps as well as debate our own experiences with Tinder and Grindr. Kyle shares his infamous “Kyle’s Grindr Adventures,” and we are all the better for it. D
Marya E. Gates and Kristen Sales join us for a different kind of acceptance speech this week--an acceptance that yet again we have to talk about a startling lack of diversity at the Oscars. We ask whether gender fluidity is possible in the cere
Inkoo Kang of THE WRAP and THE VILLAGE VOICE joins us to explore the fifty shades of complicated gender and sexuality politics in 50 SHADES OF GREY, and Christian Grey makes Kyle hungry for toast. Don’t forget to stick around for what we’re lat
To make up for our late episode this week, we each share three pieces of media that have gained queerer readings for us over time, some early formative media experiences (as tawdry as they may be), and some enlightening feedback. Sorry for the
We endure TLC’s MY HUSBAND’S NOT GAY and a deluge of think pieces in order to (maybe?) mine something of worth from the controversial show, examine how TLC’s aesthetic affects our perception of it, and Kyle somehow slips GONE GIRL into the disc
In the first ever MEDIA QUEERY, we explore the work of writer/producer/sometimes director Ryan Murphy, wonder why everyone always compared us to Kurt Hummel, and exchange media that we’re late to the game with. Some spoilers for GLEE and THE NO
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