this movie was a masterpiece
"And before heading back to Kansas City, Frank Masters treated his son to his first ‘jigger,’ a concoction of ice cream and other sweets, a familiar delight from his own youth. ‘I thought that buying me a jigger was an olive branch on his part,’ Bill later wrote. ‘How wrong I was.’ Instead, as they neared the train station, Frank Masters stopped and announced his son’s banishment. With Aunt Sally paying for his expenses for the next four years, he declared, ’ I feel that my responsibilities towards you are terminated.’ Father would send some money so Bill could come home for Christmas, but nothing more. He warned him not to seek his mother’s help or turn to other relatives. ‘It is about time you took care of yourself,’ Frank informed his young son. He walked away without a good-bye, and Bill cried himself to sleep that night."
(Thomas Maier, Masters of Sex, pg. 33)
get out your VCR’s it’s time to watch The Prince of Egypt. or you can watch it here.
please don’t watch exodus: gods and kings because it’s icky and racist. you deserve better. you deserve the prince of egypt.
It is safe to say that I will not be going to watch the weird gross whitewashing mess that is Exodous…
So you’ve never watched Eureka (2006-2012)?
What it’s about: Comedic average-guy Jack Carter finds himself sheriff of a town full of wacky geniuses the government fund to work on the next era of scientific achievement. But when the egos and curiosity are just as high as the average IQ, any array of daily catastrophic and funny experiments can go wrong!
Why it’s great: Hilarity definitely ensues when a town of scientists live together and Colin Ferguson is brilliant as the sheriff trying to keep them all in check. Full of interesting and diverse characters with great dynamics and creative stories, Eureka blossoms into both a funny and heart-warming show that all kinds of viewers can love.
Where you can check it out:
The U.S. Department of Education’s recent declaration that Title IX applies to trans students has clarified trans rights in education. This graphic shows just a few, but you can learn more here.
TSER (Trans Student Equality Resources) put out a new graphic, calling attention to the rights that you have as a trans or gender non-conforming student. This graphic is centred around the rights of US students.