After Ellen

Last night Oscar’s marks one of the most important nights in LGBT’s history – not what Ellen De-Generous (neé DeGeneres) said, neither what topics she alluded to (although she did: “”If there weren’t …”—you read it elsewhere), but the way she acted (her gaze, her bodytalk, her suit, the way she spoke).
Working the stage of Kodak Theatre in the most explicit (while subdued – and this is NO contradiction), in the most lesbian a manner – in front of THE audience, for a billion people to watch.
History, full stop.

Today, we LOVE America.

After Ellen 1, 2, 3


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