I don't claim to be an authority on anything.
I make comics.
I was getting heavy Billy Eichner vibes from the main guy (complains a lot despite everything going pretty well for him) but literally the moment after I had that thought the film introduced the opposing love interest and it was the same actor who played as Eichner's love interest in Bros. It was at this point I realized with great horror that I've somehow been tricked into watching Bros a second time.
I never realized my own silence until I watched this film. While a lot of the issues addressed here is common knowledge to me, it's Marlon Riggs voice and perspective that makes it profound.
I too was overcomed with joy discovering A Portrait of Jason as I hung on to every word uttered by this unabashedly queer black femme as he acted as my only window to the past (there are times when I feel cheated because no one ever…