6 Reasons ‘Love Actually’ Is a Story About Vulnerable Men Winning at Life

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Joanna Schroeder thinks there’s something very different about the holiday film Love Actually, and it’s the men that make it so special.

14 Straight Actors Reveal Their Approach to “Playing Gay”

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Playing a gay character is little threat to an actor’s career anymore. With this change comes plenty of actors who are willing to take the roles and ready to talk about how they approach them.

From a Dude Who Likes “Love Actually”

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Author Steven Luna’s confession: he enjoyed the film “Love Actually.” Here’s why.

Things I’ve Learned From Writing Under a Gender-Neutral Name

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What changes when people think you’re a woman? Nico Lang explains.

There’s a Lot to Learn From ‘Love, Actually’

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Doctor NerdLove surprises even himself in recommending the Christmas romantic comedy “Love, Actually” as a source for dating and relationship advice.

The Crying Guys

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For Paul Kidwell, boys’ night out means staying in and having a good cry with his buddies.

In Search of My Balls

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Are we all becoming women?

Guestpost #19: Jen Littlewood – Ten things I learned from “suffering” from English repression

Jen is a terrific performer and an extremely funny person in an understated (read: British) way. Here is her bio: Jen has lived in Wakefield, Nottingham, London, Chicago, and Toronto. She has worked in a theatre, a bar, a strip club (not in that way), another theatre, another bar, a bedroom/office space, an improv theatre, […]

The King’s (Non-Controversial, Non-Political) Speech

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Isn’t it curious that at this year’s Academy Awards, only one winner used the opportunity to share his political views or make a bold statement?

Good Comment of the Day: A Stutter Won’t Keep a Good Man Down

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“Go ahead, Joe Biden. You’ve earned the right to enjoy talking.”

‘The King’s Speech': A Stutterer’s Reflection

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“Colin Firth’s character and I have the same speech impediment: stuttering. I may not be a king, but this movie is my life.”