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The Mist (2017) – How To Write An Offensively Bad Queer Antagonist (And Plot Twist).

Warning: Major Spoilers (and graphic content warning).   A few weeks ago I concluded watching The Mist (TV Series) on Netflix, the one that was cancelled only after one season.   Adrian Garff is one of the main characters of The Mist. His role is that he is the best friend of Alex Copeland, the lead protagonist’s daughter.   Adrian is one of the only two queer characters in the…

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[Book Review] “Keeping You A Secret”, by Julie Anne Peters.

Well, that hit pretty close to home.   Honestly, when I started listening to ‘Keeping You A Secret’ (by Julie Ann Peters) via Audible, I was only expecting another cute lesbian story to relax to. Even reading the description after I already finished the book would make it seem that way.   But nope, that wasn’t the case as the book got so emotional that it even brought back some…

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The Goals of Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay’s Enemies Make No Sense.

Otherwise, it was a great movie.   This is a bit different from what I usually write here on Bethania Arts. In case some of you don’t know, it’s not often I watch movies. My passion is gaming so my free time goes there. But when I do watch movies, I tend to watch those of the superhero genre, especially the ones of the DC Animated Universe.   I’m not…

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[Book Review] A Girl Named Adam (By Jordan J. Scavone)

The Power of Gender and Friendship.   “A Girl Named Adam” by Jordon J. Scavone is different from the books I usually review on here, thus I’m not too familiar with the criteria that make for a good children’s book. Nonetheless, as a fellow writer, I was able to spot the book’s numerous high points.   As a trans person, I looked for anything that may have come off as…

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