Sunday, Jul 12, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by Dennis Lim
Slate (9 July 2009)

After Brüno, Hollywood depictions of gays may never be the same. That’s a good thing.

Topics: bruno

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// Marginal Utility

"The social-media companies have largely succeeded in persuading users of their platforms' neutrality. What we fail to see is that these new identities are no less contingent and dictated to us then the ones circumscribed by tradition; only now the constraints are imposed by for-profit companies in explicit service of gain.

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