So recently I’ve really been into lesbian/gay based movies (and no I don’t mean gay porn, which is a topic for another post) that is actually filmed in good quality, has a plot, and shows a successful gay couple overcoming the odds and being happy together. I’ve felt so deprived ever since the demise of the L Word (why did you have to go!?) so instead of going through the whole series for a second time I decided to dive into the world of lesbian/gay film (once again, not. talking. about. porn).
Okay so this movie is pretty good. So the plot is basically a young female intern at a small magazine company becomes involved with a drug-addicted lesbian photographer, both of whom seek to exploit each other for their respective careers, while slowly falling in love with each other. Gosh I love it in movies when somebodies like “I’m not gay, it’s not right, I can’t do this.” but then they totally give in and then they’re happy. Yay!
Okay so I first saw this movie on Logotv.com, since the university does not provide Logo on the tele. I thought this was a good movie although it was a little cliché at times. The stars Steve Sandvoss (Elder Aaron Davis), Wes Ramsey (Christian Markelli), and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Elder Paul Ryder) who is also played in 10 Things I Hate About You and 500 Days of Summer. The premis of the story is a promiscuous gay party animal falls for a young Mormon missionary, leading to crisis, cliché, and catastrophe (I know right crazy!). But it’s kinda worth watching.
Stay tuned for further lesbian/gay movie post.
So I’m pretty much in love with Emily Dickinson, like for real I love her long time. I mean if she were living today she would most def be a lesbian, or at least bisexual. Actually she would probably rather not be classified as anything because she’d probably say that sexuality is fluid (which I definitely agree with). I enjoy her poetry highly including poem “Wild nights!”:
WILD nights! Wild nights! Were I with thee, Wild nights should be Our luxury! Futile the winds 5 To a heart in port,— Done with the compass, Done with the chart. Rowing in Eden! Ah! the sea! 10 Might I but moor To-night in thee!
Okay. now this is obviously sexual, but even better is “I Started Early”:
I STARTED early, took my dog, And visited the sea; The mermaids in the basement Came out to look at me, And frigates in the upper floor 5 Extended hempen hands, Presuming me to be a mouse Aground, upon the sands. But no man moved me till the tide Went past my simple shoe, 10 And past my apron and my belt, And past my bodice too, And made as he would eat me up As wholly as a dew Upon a dandelion’s sleeve— 15 And then I started too. And he—he followed close behind; I felt his silver heel Upon my ankle,—then my shoes Would overflow with pearl. 20 Until we met the solid town, No man he seemed to know; And bowing with a mighty look At me, the sea withdrew.
Well hot damn! And my teacher said she was just enjoying the beach. Yeah right! Not! Her shoes overflowed with pearls! She had a fucking orgasm (and possibly a pearl necklace. haha. too much? yeah?). Gosh Emily Dickinson, you’re one sexy bitch.