WHY DO SO many gay boys love Doctor Who?
That's the million dollar question. On the face of it, the series - which aired between 1963 and 1989 - couldn't have been less sexy, less like a Hollywood melodrama or musical - but don't be fooled. Packed with BBC luvvies, on screen and behind-the-scenes, Doctor Who was riddled with gay subtext. And that's before we start talking about how all Cybermen are, well, men, the Doctor's asexuality, or '80s showrunner John Nathan-Turner...
This is the kaos guide to Doctor Who's Gay Episodes, story by story, year by year. Enjoy...
Words by Zee Jai on Friday, May 24, 2013
TIRED OLD QUEEN
at the movies
at the movies
Jane and Marilyn have a comic field day together in Howard Hawks' Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953).
Aided by a supporting cast which includes; Tommy Noonan, Charles Coburn and precocious little George "Foghorn" Winslow, who may be the youngest millionaire on the boat, but has an eye for a good looking girls. Adapted from the hit Broadway show with musical numbers staged by legendary choreographer and Marilyn confidante Jack Cole, it's a lush Technicolor eyeful that will have you laughing hysterically and humming for days. Steve Hayes
(Syndication is with the kind permission of Steve Hayes.)
Words by Zee Jai on Thursday, May 23, 2013
"I saw what a mess a lot
of people could make of
their lives when they're
smitten. Some of them
go temporarily insane.
They find a person who
they think holds the key
to their happiness -
the only key to their
happiness. My work
has always been my