Instead, Bugs and Elmer expressed their love for each using homosexual codes of the day, such as Elmer pointing a gun at Bugs, and Bugs responding with a squirt of seltzer in his face. Some were dismayed, others indifferent, but most were supportive. It is a joke. And just so you know — Bugs Bunny is probably my biggest literary influence.
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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe , the cartoon that ran from and then forever in syndication, was "the gayest show that has ever been on TV," Chlopecki asserts, with absolute certainty. As a lifelong fan of the franchise, who first discovered the toys before the show even began running, he's had a long time to think about this. And the reasons he lays out in the latest episode of The Fandom Files are pretty unimpeachable. First, take the show's opening credits sequence. These are not powers from the ancients.
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From Gus Van Sant to Maryam Keshavarz, Terence Davies to Andrew Haigh, film-makers and writers recall the charged scenes that moved and inspired them — and even helped nudge them out of the closet. A skinhead boy shoots up; light flares; dances and stomps. A Caravaggio, and beautiful Tilda Swinton valiantly defaces her ballgown and the visuals of an England going past us in burning rubble and bright home movies. An amazing soundtrack by the genius Simon Turner.