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Gayby, 1 DVD, englisches O.m.U.
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Während sexy Waschbrettbauch Matt (Broadwaystar Matthew "Spider-Man" Wilkas) an einer Comic-Schreibblockade leidet und einfach nicht über die Trennung von seinem Ex hinwegkommen will, verbringt Best Friend Forever Jenn ("Carrie Bradshaw on crack" Jenn Harris) ihr Singledasein als ambitionierte Yogalehrerin mit Nachwuchssorgen. Zum Schreien komisch und herrlich peinlich wird der Wunsch nach einem gemeinsamen Baby auf ganz altmodische Art, zwischen jeder Menge heißer Online-Dates und eiserner Disziplin, grandios und mit dem wohl glücklichsten Happy End seit Langem in die Praxis umgesetzt. Das mit Sicherheit fruchtbarste (und fruchtbarere) Zusammentreffen seit Madonna und Rupert Everett in "Ein Freund zum Verlieben" und die mit Abstand meist ausgezeichnete Queer-Comedy in 2012. Gaymazing! U.a. mit einem Cameo-Auftritt von "Queer As Folk"-Justin Randy Harrison. Auszeichnungen / Festivalteilnahmen (Auswahl): - SXSW (Weltpremiere) - Austin, Texas - USA - "Spezialpreis der Jury" - Independent Film Festival Boston - USA - "Zuschauerpreis - Bester Spielfilm"&"Jurypreis - Bestes Ensemble" - Ashland Film Festival- USA - "Zuschauerpreis - Bester Spielfilm" - Oslo Gay and Lesbian Film Festival - "Jurypreis - Bester Spielfilm" - Dallas Forth Worth Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - "Jurypreis - Bester Spielfilm" - Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - "Zuschauerpreis - Bester Spielfilm" - Kansas City Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - "Jurypreis - Bester Nachwuchsregisseur" - Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - "Beste Schauspielerin - Jenn Harris" - Asheville QFest - "Jurypreis - Bester Spielfilm", "Zuschauerpreis - Beste Komödie"&"Spezielle Erwähnung der Jury - Bester Nachwuchsschauspieler - Matthew Wilkas" - Out on Film: Atlanta LGBTQ Film Festival - "Zuschauerpreis - Bester Spielfilm"&"Beste Regie - Jonathan Lisecki" - Out Film CT: Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - FRAMELINE Int. Film Festival - San Francisco - 6. Iris Prize Film Festival - CARDIFF, Großbritannien - Int. Queer Filmfestival Hamburg,

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 15.07.2020
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The Fate of Gender
21,90 CHF *
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'A daring examination of the complexities of modern gender.' --Andrew Solomon, author of Far from the Tree Now with a new foreword from the author. Frank Browning takes us into human gender geographies around the world, from gender-neutral kindergartens in Chicago and Oslo to women's masturbation classes in Shanghai, from conservative Catholics in Paris fearful of God and Nature to transsexual Mormon parents in Utah. As he shares specific and engaging human stories, he also elucidates the neuroscience that distinguishes male and female biology, shows us how all parents' brains change during the first weeks of parenthood, and finally how men's and women's responses to age differ worldwide based not on biology but on their earlier life habits. Starting with Simone de Beauvoir's world-famous observation that one is not born a woman but instead becomes a woman, Browning goes on to show equally that no one is born a man but learns how to perform as a man, and that there is no fixed way of being masculine or feminine. Increasingly, the categories of 'male' and 'female' and even 'gay' and 'straight' seem old-fashioned and reductive. Just visible on the horizon is a world of gender and sexual fluidity that will remake our world in fundamental ways. Linking science to culture and behavior, and delving into the lives of individuals challenging historic notions, Browning questions the traditional division of Nature vs. Nurture in everything from plant science to sexual expression, arguing in the end that life consists of an endless waltz between these two ancient notions.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 15.07.2020
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The Fate of Gender
15,99 € *
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'A daring examination of the complexities of modern gender.' --Andrew Solomon, author of Far from the Tree Now with a new foreword from the author. Frank Browning takes us into human gender geographies around the world, from gender-neutral kindergartens in Chicago and Oslo to women's masturbation classes in Shanghai, from conservative Catholics in Paris fearful of God and Nature to transsexual Mormon parents in Utah. As he shares specific and engaging human stories, he also elucidates the neuroscience that distinguishes male and female biology, shows us how all parents' brains change during the first weeks of parenthood, and finally how men's and women's responses to age differ worldwide based not on biology but on their earlier life habits. Starting with Simone de Beauvoir's world-famous observation that one is not born a woman but instead becomes a woman, Browning goes on to show equally that no one is born a man but learns how to perform as a man, and that there is no fixed way of being masculine or feminine. Increasingly, the categories of 'male' and 'female' and even 'gay' and 'straight' seem old-fashioned and reductive. Just visible on the horizon is a world of gender and sexual fluidity that will remake our world in fundamental ways. Linking science to culture and behavior, and delving into the lives of individuals challenging historic notions, Browning questions the traditional division of Nature vs. Nurture in everything from plant science to sexual expression, arguing in the end that life consists of an endless waltz between these two ancient notions.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 15.07.2020
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