Is there a reason why the groundbreaking, gender-bending films "M. Butterfly" and "The Crying Game" weren't included? While I realize they're not necessarily about the gay experience, as they represent more of the "T" in LGBT, one might argue that these movies came a time when mainstream gay representation was scarce, and these movies were taken up by the gay community as cause célèbres for the queering of culture. Also, they're cultural masterpieces that have stood the test of time. :afr: :afr: :afr:
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RE: Going bald in my 20s
Yes definitely try the clippers as short as you can get it. Then, if you like how it looks, you can go ahead and shave it after giving the clippers a try for a couple of weeks so that the transition doesn't catch you too off guard. Embracing the change is the key to feeling good about it. And think of all the money you will save from not going to the barbershop!
RE: Butt shaving
I agree that it's better to use clippers than to shave- not just because of cuts, but to avoid slight rashes or pimples. You can also try Nairing it (hair removal cream), but that may also leave you feeling with a slight burn and it will itch when the hair grows out. While using clippers is not as effective as shaving for getting that really smooth surface, your partner should not really see or feel the difference except for you. :laugh: