You may recognize on-camera journalist Karl Schmid from his coverage of the Oscars on ABC’s On the Red Carpet, or you may recognize him from the 1st ever televised broadcast of LA Pride. His interna-tional career has formed his charming, if hard to describe, accent and he has graced television screens in Australia, Canada, Britain, …
In September of 2020, it was announced that the Los Angeles LGBT Center would begin its search for a successor to CEO Lorri L. Jean who, at the time of retirement in July of 2022, will have served the Center for more than 25 years. A bittersweet moment for the community, for sure, as Jean …
Let’s put all the stereotypes on the mat: we assume male athletes are toxic, aggressive louts who simmer in self-loathing until it erupts in assault under the guise of sport, right? Wrong, says Anthony Bowens. The bodaciously bodied wrestler is finding healthy avenues to channel his passion ever since coming out of the closet half …
Metrosource Minis: The LGBTQ World & Beyond
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Poly People with Filmmakers Thales Correa and Anthony Moore
In our current boom of gender and sexual identities, the term “poly” has joined the ranks as a hot topic term describing people who have multiple romantic relationships at the same time. It’s not having an open relationship, it’s not cheating, it’s having intentional and intimate, there are just more people involved. It sounds like a fun idea until you work in the realities of jealousy and the typical ups and downs of any relationship and multiply that by “x” number of people.
Brazilian filmmakers Thales Correa and Anthony Moore’s recent project, Poly People, is a comedic take on a polyamorous relationship involving very four different lovers under one roof – one straight male, one bisexual female, a lesbian, and a gender-fluid sassy pants named Cuddlez who acts as the housewife. Filmed during COVID, the result is a seven-part mockumentary web series that affectionately demystifies gender identification paradigms and sexual norms proving that no matter how you categorize your relationship, any domestic partnership requires compassion, understanding, and a reconciliation of numerous, diverging lifestyles and habits.
The show is high energy and infectious, much like the personalities of the filmmakers themselves. Immigrating from Brazil, Thales and Anthony are a whirlwind of chatter, laughter, heavy accents, and big dreams.
We chatted with them about coming out, growing up in the poorer parts of Brazil, coming to the US, filmmaking, love and dating, and what they have planned ahead….with host Alexander Rodriguez.
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The new trailer for #HouseofGucci just slinked its way onto the internet and… wow. Allow us to take a big gay breath before deconstructing it, beat by delicious beat. https://metrosource.com/a-house-divided-reacting-to-the-gucci-trailer/
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