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And what has that awareness elicited intrinsically?
It occurred to me last month when I was laying in bed beside my mother in a hotel room in Milan, trolling my own comment feed and half lamenting, half giggling about the abundance of distraught comments over the state of my face that maybe I wear makeup.
If you read this site you know by now that Man Repelling is an attitude. It is not whether you do your hair or curl your lashes, or even what you wear. Why you do those things, and perhaps most importantly, it is a love letter to individuality, which is something that manifests itself in plentifully different ways.
So the reason I don’t wear makeup is because I am lazy.
Brilliant as is, one can’t exactly call it a feel good movie, and the film that bested it in this year’s list was a sweet gay romance with a happy ending.
There are other surprises to be found in this list, but we’ll leave it to you in the comments to interpret the rankings.
This list of the Top 100 Greatest Gay Movies is probably going to generate some howls of protest thanks to a rather major upset in the rankings.
Frankly, one that surprised the hell out of us here.. A few weeks ago we asked readers to submit up to ten of their favorite films by write-in vote.
Could it be that we’ve grown weary of gay tragedies?
Enough with the gay guy dying at the end, maybe today’s LGBT filmgoers crave more upbeat and hopeful fare.