Like many good things, this film is an enigma wrapped in an illusion hidden in an ambiguity. However, this film is not about black people. It uses black people as a symbol for the Other, but what is most outsider about these space Africans is that they are flagrantly, flamingly and obsessively homosexual. Their mission is to cure planet Earth of the plague of women that restrains men from their true homosexual selves. Indeed, that is very outside of our modern com frot zone.
Title: Gayniggers from Outer Space Extraterrestrial beings travel the galaxy to free men "oppressed" by females to make way for an entirely-homosexual society. Dick and his crew of gay crusaders from the planet Anus, a member in good standing of the Federation of Gay Planets, happen upon a remote and primitive world called Earth, whose surface is inexplicably covered with dangerous "female creatures. For the sake of Earth's men, the Gayniggers decide to dispose of the female creatures and show the planet the error of its ways. This isn't a comedy as you would usually expect to find one; you can't sit down alone and expect to be entertained much by it. Sign In. Get a sneak peek of the new version of this page.
It was a time when so much of our growth felt predetermined, when it seemed like the parts of life most unknown and worth exploring were mysteries like outer space, not our own sexualities. I remember a time in my early teens when, after a long day of grappling with my unidentifiable discomforts, I looked up and felt a kinship with the vast, equivocal darkness. But the follow-up answers informed not only how queer people have learned to relate to the world at large, but these folks are working to bring more cosmo-like diversity and harmony into their communities and relationships. I feel like that to me is a part of being queer.
I look up at a homeless man across from me, while other passengers desperately avoid his gaze. My wallet feels unusually heavy in my pocket: I flick through the twenties, pull out a fiver and hastily hand it over before getting off. This was the day I realised that I was just as homeless as this man, but the privileges life had given me — how I look and how I speak — meant that there were other options for me. I came out to my parents in , and our already fragile relationship broke down soon after.