Our week-long voyage through the world of LGBT-themed movies has almost reached its end, but the posts keep on coming…
- Chris from Silent Volume (ooh, a silents-centric movie blog!) weighs the representations of gay characters in William Dieterle’s Sex in Chains.
- Speaking of queer prison movies, Brandie from True Classics gives us an in-depth look at the Stanwyck-starring Pre-Code drama Ladies They Talk About.
- “His kind of… man?”: Jesse Ataide from Memories of the Future gives us one of my favorite blogathon contributions so far, a queer reading of His Kind of Woman written with some help from Richard Dyer and plenty of pictorial evidence.
- Staying in the ’50s, Lê from Crítica Retrô looks at how queer behavior was equated with “deviation” in movies like Strangers on a Train and Johnny Guitar (pictured above).
- Ivan from Thrilling Days of Yesteryear tells us about Different for Girls, a British romantic comedy about a trans woman.
- Peter from Coffee coffee and more coffee is back with a review of the manga adaptation Kakera: A Piece of Our Life.
- Finally, Christianne writes about the queer/atheist coming-of-age story The Wise Kids.
Check back later today for our wrap-up post and the name of the raffle winner! (Speaking of which, it’s still not too late to enter.)