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Nimoy, Tovey and Stereotypes

Leonard Nimoy worked hard to escape a future limited by his being typecast as Mr. Spock; arguably the most iconic character from the Star Trek universe. He struggled to express other aspects of his personality, interests and talents. Of which … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day Again

(First posted four years ago; still applicable) One of the reasons I decided to leave Toronto 19 years ago was the overwhelming sense of loss I felt. The first ‘real’ relationship had ended, the job I thought would be my … Continue reading

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Coming Out

A follow up to this recent post about the importance of Coming Out. I’ve spent a certain amount of time admiring great actors and wondering if greatness (in just about any field) and madness are really as closely related as … Continue reading

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Why We Should Continue to Celebrate ‘Coming Out’

Just over four years ago I wrote “Yes, there will come a day when we should be blase about people coming out- when most of the world will be blase about it.. but as our current struggles clearly show, we … Continue reading

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