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into [a] double dialectical one" (15), as well as a "transition from a masculine model of citizenship to an ambisexual
one" endowed with "feminine cultural characteristics" (14).
Bias, RECORDER, July 14, 1999, at 5 (reporting that men constitute one quarter of those taking leave under the FMLA); Talk of the Nation: Paternity Leave and the Kinds of Pressures Men Face When They Want to Take Time Off From Work to Be with Their Newborn Child (NPR radio broadcast, Apr.
(1) Hedwig and the Angry Inch Actor-cowriter-director John Cameron Mitchell and musician-cowriter-composer Stephen Trask turned their stage show about an ambisexual
rocker into a masterpiece of sweat, tears, and glitter makeup.
With its exquisite music and ambisexual
subtext, Gerard Corbiau's confidently overwrought "The King Is Dancing" employs lavish production design and unbridled emotional intensity to recount key episodes in Louis' early reign when he used his throne to advance the arts -- music and dance in particular.
"In one draft of the script, Derek described himself as ambisexual
," says Stiller, trying gamely to explain what exactly blows Derek's skirt up.
INTRIGUING TWIST The ambisexual
Cumming (Spy Kids) and Iris pal Leigh--both veterans of Broadway's revival of Cabaret--cowrote and codirected the project, which they shot on digital video.
Since his breakout role in Gregg Araki's The Doom Generation, in which he played an ambisexual
drifter, the actor has practically dripped a kind of equal-opportunity boffability that has kept gay fans coming back for more.
But I think Jay's really ambisexual
. So it's nice to throw them a curveball to open up their perspective a bit.
Why we care: We agree: Jodie Foster's Anna was no King and I, and though we're always eager to see ambisexual
Alan Cumming on-screen, his decadent Saturninus in Titus wasn't much of a stretch after his leering emcee onstage in Broadway's recent revival of Cabaret (directed, we recall, by American Beauty's Sam Mendes).
"And guys with potentially ambisexual
or bisexual tendencies are drawn to the Marine Corps ...
Privately, however, Forster said that lesbianism disgusted him, and Woolf called lesbians, dismissively, "these people." Of course, she was having a love affair with writer Vita Sackville-West at the time, and using her as the model for the ambisexual
hero/heroine of her gender-bending novel Orlando.