September 11, 2008

There’s a very interesting piece about the future of gay cultural icons in the new issue of The Advocate.

I mean, it’s conceivable that I’m letting the fact that I wrote it influence my judgment unfairly, but still.

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9 Responses to There’s a very interesting piece about the future of gay cultural

  1. Zac says:

    It’s incredibly nice to have some of my own sentiments reaffirmed in published form. It’s intriguing how a mere few years can make all the difference in the world in terms of cultural awareness. Makes one feel aeons older, doesn’t it?

  2. bernd says:

    I’ll gladly pay that price for less gay teen suicides and homelessness and the many, many chances to make those ignorant kids feel really stupid.

  3. Kris Bass says:

    I didn’t know about her until I looked her up on Wiki. But then, I can be forgiven as I’m from the third world! 😉

    Joel, I’m so proud of you!

  4. campbell says:

    Did I know you were 35?

  5. Eric says:

    As a gay man who just wrote an article about losing old gay culture, surely you’re aware that a lady never tells her age.
    Unless you DID know, in which case, how old ARE you, you hag?

  6. David says:

    What is that word confirmation we have to use again?

    Oh, right.

  7. Will says:

    Also–congratulations on the review in the new Gay and Lesbian review. And how lovely that it was written by David.

  8. J.P. says:

    No. No. I don’t think you are biased at all: it WAS a very interesting piece!

  9. Jef Johnson says:

    It is a nice reflective piece> I once used to cringe at all the old folk in the mid 70’s talking about how unaware we “kids” were of our gay history. I suppose each generation has the same gripes. It makes for cute old codgers.


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