Sign in. R min Drama. Two best friends living on the streets of Portland as hustlers embark on a journey of self discovery and find their relationship stumbling along the way.
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There he was, at the end of the hallway. It was about in the morning and the only reason I had gotten up early on my vacation day is because I needed to swim. Being at this hotel, I felt alive, somehow more open.
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On TV, shows like Riverdale have been extending the work of Glee to make stories about, say, girls asking girls to homecoming into no big deal. In content and style, these works vary widely, but they share a somewhat reserved, cautious tone as they portray kids coming to understand their homosexuality. Of course, that vision is wider than just the five recent films I wrote about.
When I hear others talk about their teen selves, it seems almost like a rite of passage. But while some of my peers swapped exercise tips and stuffed bras for a fuller look, I wished for the opposite. My first bra, a pink gingham affair, was hidden in the bottom drawer of my wardrobe.
But this view has to be through rose tinted spectacles — as much as being a teenager was an era of excitement and discovery, it was far more about angst, heartbreak and body odour. Mood swings are confusing and exhausting. There is an enormous pressure on lads to look good as well and the dread of the PE changing room is every bit as real for a boy.