The episode was written by Ron Hauge and directed by Mike B. John Waters guest stars as John. After one of Bart's pranks causes the gas pipe to explode, the Simpsons have to find a way to pay the expensive gas bill.
For Throwback Thursday last week, I posted an old-school portrait of myself on Facebook :. My friends and family found this picture hilarious for a variety of reasons. First, the mop of hair is funny in itself because I am Daddy Warbucks-bald today.
For many gay men, the admiration of classic musicals in cinema and theater is queer nostalgia. Classical Broadway, West End, and Hollywood musicals, e. LouisAmerican in ParisOklahoma!
This is a list of carefully researched and thoughtfully discussed definitions for key gender and sexuality terms. It is by no means a comprehensive list, but it is a good place for us to start. Identity terms mean very particular things to different individuals.
Identity on The Simpsons is malleable, but grounded. At its heart, the show spins out from a central satire of the American family, so even the most fantastical plots in theory, at least remain tethered to the emotional core of the characters and their roles in that family dynamic. Sure, Homer may have learned his lessons about being a better husband, father, worker, neighbor, friend, functional adult human a few hundred times over the years, but, in a good Simpsons episode, his single-episode journey is still affecting and thematically potent and funny.
This exploratory study used consensual qualitative research methodology Hill et al. Written responses were collected from self-identified gay men in the U. Findings supported previous reports that perceptions of gender roles among gay men appear based on masculine and feminine stereotypes.
After all, the golden age of animation took place from between and around Homosexuality was illegal for the vast majority of it. Furthermore, most of the humour was derived from vaudeville, meaning minstrelsy was also particularly prevalent, right down to the white gloves worn by Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny.
Public Radio. Public Radio International. What could be more horrible than the moment when you realize that everybody in the world can see some aspect of you, something about you, that you never even knew that you were revealing, that you didn't want to reveal?