“Pose” is an Unabashed Love Letter to Queer Solidarity

Originally published: Sommet Dame Magazine

It doesn’t matter where you look, nostalgia is everywhere. From Stranger Things and GLOW on Netflix to reboots of everything from Jurassic Park to Jumanji hitting the box office, the eighties and nineties have never been more fashionable. However, while most media of this type seeks to remind people of the stories they loved back then, Pose attempts to showcase the kind of narratives that are only now being allowed screen time.

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