“Working on a project with Neal Boulton for Showtime.” That’s the Facebook status message of Bill Kapfer, the former Genre publisher (back when Boulton was editor). Oooh, a sexy television project!
It’s not clear what Kapfer has been up to lately, aside from plastering his Facebook profile with photos of him standing next to famous people like Sydney Pollack and Swoosie Kurtz, but evidently it’s a project that involves the gay-loving premium network. Of course, “for Showtime” could mean anything from “the network bought our project” to “we plan on pitching something to Showtime sometime in the next 12 months,” but it’s great to see gay media refugees charging ahead!
UPDATE: Oh, that.
I’m sure they’ll cash the check and then turn out something shitty just like they did with Genre
from what we hear, it’s a new reality show about bisexuals—they must decide between opposite and same sex partners, while living with one another!
A new study finds that bisexuality in women appears to be a distinctive sexual orientation and not an experimental or transitional stage that some women adopt “on their way” to lesbianism.
The research, published by the American Psychological Association in the January issue of Developmental Psychology, followed 79 non-heterosexual women over 10 years and found that bisexual women maintained a stable pattern of attraction to both sexes.
This research provides the first empirical examination of competing assumptions about the nature of bisexuality, both as a sexual identity label and as a pattern of nonexclusive sexual attraction and behavior.
The findings demonstrate considerable fluidity in bisexual, unlabeled and lesbian women’s attractions, behaviors and identities and contribute to researchers’ understanding of the complexity of sexual-minority development over the life span.
The jury is out on bi-sexual men but this study provides further support for the notion that female sexuality is relatively fluid and that the distinction between lesbian and bisexual women is not a rigid one. Did we say fluid?
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