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Posts tagged ‘Chris Diraddo’

My Body Is Yours: In conversation with Michael V. Smith

What does it mean to be a man? How does the experience of intimacy between men–the terror and rawness of emotional and physical vulnerability, and the possibility of shared tenderness–figure into our understandings of masculinity at this particular moment in time? Read more


Truth-telling with Christopher DiRaddo

Christopher DiRaddo’s The Geography of Pluto is a fierce and frank story of a young guy searching for love in Montreal. Will is a geography teacher dealing both with his mother’s recent cancer diagnosis and a difficult and ambivalent relationship with his first love and ex-boyfriend, Max. Read more

Currently Living…one year later.

This month my blog turns one year old. Happy birthday, blog. I wanted to take this opportunity to look back and reflect on what’s come to pass in the last twelve months on Currently Living. Read more