It’s a shame it took me so long to get involved, but in the end I am glad I did. The longer DADT exists, the longer atrocities like this will continue to occur. Sgt Cooper-Harris’ story trumps any possible argument in favor of keeping this policy on the books. Even if it’s logistically difficult to overcome, rape can not be allowed, and its victims should never be silenced. I am lucky to have escaped such a horrific cycle, but there are others who have not. The sooner repeal is certified, the sooner this behavior will be stopped.
This was genius. A hilarious (seriously, the first 20 minutes I laughed til I cried and it’s funny throughout), campy take on grindhouse movies featuring 3 drag queens exacting revenge on this group of straight guys that killed two of their friends. Loved loved loved loved this.
So fabulous (the section on shade/reading gave me life) and the stories that were told really got to me (homelessness, hustling, gender identity, discrimination, etc.), especially since none of these guys were feeling down about their situation and all the shit they had been through.
Also, Octavia Saint Laurent was flawless and I wish I had gotten a chance to meet Pepper Labeija because she was fierce.
“And for those children who can’t take the fact that I still look youthful. Ha. SUFFER!!” Yes, ma’am.