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Category Archives: homosexuality
Kazibwe Speaks Up On Monday, the former Vice President of Uganda, Specioza Wandira-Kazibwe finally spoke up against the signing into law of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill and urged for its repeal. This bill has been highly controversial in the global community and upon signing it President Museveni state that it was intended to display “Uganda’s independence… Continue reading
Though Jim McAlister is arguably the protagonist of Alexander Payne’s Election (1999), the film offers a unique omniscient narration that allows three other characters—Tracy Flick, and Paul and Tammy Metzler—to occasionally hijack the narrative and narration for themselves. Significantly, the … Continue reading → Continue reading
The way we are supposed to relate to the protagonist, Megan, in But I’m a Cheerleader is difficult to figure out. Are we meant to identify with her, or pity her as a victim? Should we believe that she truly … Continue reading → Continue reading
“But I’m a Cheerleader” is a satirical look at the absurdity of the anti-gay movement. What I first I saw as a predictable film about an American high school cheerleader and her boyfriend turned into a triumphant portrayal of sexual … Continue reading → Continue reading