What Do Gay Men Have In Common With Snow White?
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? “Pick me, pick me pick me!” Don’t all of us gay men sometimes wish it could be us?
Mirror Mirror, the new movie starring Julia Roberts as the evil queen step-mother, re-tells the fairy tale story of Snow White. The characters in Snow White, like all fairy tales, represent the internal struggle that we all work with…
Learning to recognize your unconscious patterns in relationship can help you pick better relationship partners. Gay men in particular share the phenomenon of the absent father with Snow White.
I was asked to write something about gay culture and Snow White by YourTango.com last year when the new Snow White movie was about to premiere. As a group gay men have struggled to create and maintain happy relationships. Looked at as an archetypal story, Snow White is a great example of how gay men don’t get the chance to learn good relationship skills growing up. Like the evil queen in front of her mirror, how many of us spend much of our day trying to be just right in order to get others to assure us that we are good enough? Click here to read the entire article.
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Do you have any experience with picking bad relationship partners? If so, share your experience below. I’ll do my best to respond in a timely manner.What Gay Men Can Learn About Relationship From Snow White by Larry Cappel,