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
CMJ Music Marathon 2013: 19 October 2013 - New York

Each new artist that treks to New York to play a few sets over four or five days does so to gain exposure, to use CMJ as a launching pad toward a wider audience. They’re trying, and trying isn’t cool.

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‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’: Heroes Are Fictions, Reluctant or Not

Going along is one means of survival in a game where poor folks fight and kill each other to save their district. Their struggles serve as entertainment for the privileged "1%", if you will.

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RAC: 14 November 2013 - Bowery Ballroom, New York (Interview + Photos)

RAC are no longer just reworking your favorite rock tunes. His scope now includes developing his own hit tunes. We spoke with Anjos before seeing his first live show in New York.

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‘The Uninvited’ Could Be the Nucleus for all American Narrative Horror Cinema

The disparate influences, caginess, and behind-the-scenes difficulties in The Uninvited make for an intoxicating snapshot of a genre on the verge of popular acceptance.

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Various Artists: I Am the Center: Private Issue New Age in America 1950-1990

This is new age music before it became a commodity, before it evolved into aural wallpaper and background music. When it was the domain of outsider artists, eccentrics and experimentalists.

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Cara Neir: Portals to a Better, Dead World

The stygian, genre non-conforming hybrid of black metal and punk on Cara Neir's latest makes for a hard-to-pigeonhole, easy-to-love album that might just be the best metal record put out all year.

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The ‘Disaster Artist’ Might Be as So Bad Its Good as ‘The Room’ Itself

The book I hoped to write about Tommy Wiseau has already been written by the person most intimately connected with the debacle that is Tommy’s mind

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Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (take two)

Eminem's revisitation to his most accomplished album is a recipe for disaster that somehow turns into a pleasant surprise worthy of being called a sequel.

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Lenny Kravitz: Are You Gonna Go My Way (Deluxe Edition)

In 1993, Lenny Kravitz released his finest record, Are You Gonna Go My Way. On its 20th anniversary, a deluxe edition has arrived that nearly buries that achievement under the weight of a mass of minimally interesting material.

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Dexys: One Day I’m Going to Soar

Dexys' first album in 27 years highlights the mercurial talents of Kevin Rowland and bandmates on this suburb album of love, loathing and confession.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

Country Fried Rock: Year of October

// Sound Affects

"When you dive into Bandcamp to find new music outside of your normal circles, you sometimes hit paydirt. Enter: Year of October.

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