The Ongoing Conversation of Gender and Sexuality

The Ongoing Conversation of Gender and Sexuality

By Sarah Boslaugh

Dutch author Maxim Februari's The Making of a Man is an interesting, if sometimes frustrating, contribution to discussions of gender and sexuality. 27 May 2015 // 6:16 AM

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//Recent Reviews
	Anders Parker: The Wounded Astronaut [EP]

Six songs that didn't quite make the cut on Tell It to the Dust because they were too loud. And this from the guy behind Varnaline?"

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15 Jun 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Jandek: Glasgow Sunday

Though Jandek has come closer to conventional music than anyone would have thought possible a decade ago, he remains a traveler on his own unfathomable road.

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15 Jun 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Tim Burgess: I Believe

Flying solo has not dampened Tim Burgess's enthusiasm for his craft. Too bad this effort is so exquisitely pedestrian, despite a few memorable moments.

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15 Jun 2005 // 12:00 AM

The first two times he reached into the crowd I was too busy trying to snap photos to grab this Bauhaus frontman's hand, but I was grazed on the third pass, I swear.

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15 Jun 2005 // 12:00 AM

Hell’s Kitchen

After calling two diners 'bimbos,' chef Gordon Ramsay tells them to go see their plastic surgeon, causing the women to storm out of the restaurant.

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15 Jun 2005 // 12:00 AM

Duel Masters

Magic: The Gathering was the first kind of geeky game that wasn't Dungeons & Dragons-based that I had ever gotten into and actually enjoyed.

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In a Queer Time & Place: Transgender Bodies, Subcultural Lives by Judith Halberstam

In a Queer Time displays Halberstam's sophisticated understanding of contemporary culture in a plain and engaging tone.

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Heaven Can Wait: Criterion Collection (1943)

The newly dead Henry Van Cleave (Don Ameche) wants to be judged.

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14 Jun 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Dwight Twilley: 47 Moons

Long-time under-the-radar rocker returns with a string of sugar-coated pop tunes that make his Beatles-influenced pop come full circle.

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	Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation: Mighty Rearranger

Steven Tyler, Mick Jagger, and the like aside, Robert Plant still holds the title of cock-rock superstar. Mighty Rearranger is his best solo effort yet, and can put some of Led Zep's efforts to shame.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

A Crooked and Unseen Highway: lowercase - "She Takes Me"

// Sound Affects

"The newest Between the Grooves series tackles Lowercase's Kill the Lights, a great marriage of slowcore and post-punk: raw, angry, sullen, and very much alive almost 20 years later.

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