I made a cartoon expressing how I feel about life/job hunting at the moment, especially the ‘I want a job I’ll love, but I want a stable income’ dilemma.
The fetishisation of gay women’s sex lives by straight male directors mean serious LGBT films struggle to find major backers
Good article – worth a read. Ignore the part where she lumps Boys Don’t Cry with other lesbian films though.
mrsjosephine asked: (private) Hi there! I read your text about Blue is the warmest color and I have to say I'm looking forward to hearing what you thought of the movie after seeing it, since there are not many Tumblr users who wrote about it (but plenty of graphic gifs) :) xx Chloe
Of course! It doesn’t come out till 22nd November here in the UK, but I’m going to a lesbian discussion group with Julie Maroh this evening. I’ll see if she has anything to say about the film, but judging by interviews, she seems reluctant to talk about it!
Some thoughts on Blue Is the Warmest Colour
Blue Is the Warmest Colour has been putting me through a lot of internal conflicts recently. Whilst I love its overly sentimental love story and the great acting done by ridiculously attractive women, some of the comments made by both the director and actors – aside from the other controversy – have been pissing me off.
Going to make this into more of a personal* Tumblr, unfollow as necessary.
*more cute girls