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What Julianne Moore and Annette Bening’s Gay Flick Will Teach the Straight Men of America

Over some Vampire Weekend beats, Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, in The Kids Are All Right, prove that even when that dreamy Mark Ruffalo is in the room, and his semen is at the ready, ladies can still be gay for each other.

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5 Comments

  • t-bone

    looks cute.looks possibly mainstream in it’s appeal.

  • Lady Ga-Gasp

    Most of the Lesbian couples I know — and yes they tend to be long lived together — are in a word, divine. Same for long-time gay men couples.

    Anything that celebrates couple-dom with intelligent actors and a good script has my vote any day, especially over the tired resurgence of the cynical and tragic.

    We all want to find that other person.

  • Ksyxx

    Technically the ladies already had Mark’s semen (lucky broads X3) and apparently Julianne’s character wasn’t that immune. Movie looks good though, I like all the cast members so I’d give it a watch.

  • villager

    i wish the plot didn’t include moore kissing ruffalo. i hate seeing lesbians portrayed as closeted straight girls– if only they’d met the right guy! *barf in mouth

    i also hope this doesn’t end all jessica stein like.

  • jason

    Hollywood can never get lesbians right. It’s always portrayed through the lens of the sleazy straight guy fantasy. I think we need to revolt against these asinine portrayals.

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