It’s exciting to me that he’s still using he/him pronouns. It’s exciting to me that he’s speaking publicly in a way that’s complicated and messy with a fluidity in language to match his fluidity in identity. It’s exciting to me because cis straight people love Queer Eye.
Jess’ Blackness is tended to, built back up as the positive it is. I don’t think we have ever seen anything like this — but I certainly hope we see it again.
Topics include a new Gina Rodriguez rom-com with a black queer lead played by DeWanda Wise, big things on Queer Eye’s third season, Anna Paquin’s new lesbian period film, the Derry Girls and teenage apathy
A journey from Frasier Crane through What’s That’s Smell to Seed Frisbee.