It’s all about the music docs, people.
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Keep On, Keeping On! - Rebecca
After a gathering with friends last month, we started to discuss what “labels” we use when describing ourselves to our peers and other members of the LGBTQ* family. There was also discussion about terms that are slowly disappearing from our lexicon (or evolving into a more inclusive term).
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Keep On, Keeping On!
Ellen and Lenny meet through an online dating service. They exchange 87 E-mails and text messages before they finally decide to meet in person. As Ellen explains through voice over, all she’s looking for is someone with ambition, maturity and fearlessness. And, oh yeah, a penis! What she gets is another story. What would you do if who you were expecting turned out not to be what you had in mind at all, but you had already fallen in love with them? Take a six minute break and enjoy this short film.
(via Curve Online)