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6: Single White Female with Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafason

Season 2

Today on Podcast Like It's 1992… Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafason from The Queer Quadrant Podcast join us for Single White Female!

We talk about where this movie stands in queer cinema history, what we think the film was aiming to be, and what exactly Single White Female-ing someone means.





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