I know nothing of this movie. But I have been promised Angelina Jolie, and that's good enough.
Mind like a sieve, can't remember if I mentioned this before and the search brings up nothing; Abigail Garner, who runs the site Families Like Mine, has a book coming out titled Families Like Mine : Children of Gay Parents Tell It Like It Is. From the publisher's page:
Sophisticated, sharply written, empathetic, and deeply personal, this book makes an outstanding and much-needed contribution to the dialogue on gay parenting from the seldom-heard perspective of adult children raised in these families. Garner is the creator of FamiliesLikeMine.com, a well-known website for LGBT families seeking guidance and resources.
Update: Oh, right, was going to say something about how I figured me asking male bloggers to link the Breast Cancer Site might carry more weight than if a woman did it, and the similarity between this and people paying more attention to straight allies of the GLBT community than members themselves, but remembered that I have work to do.
It's very easy to do data entry to techno. I must remember this.
Update 2: Guess while I'm mentioning books that aren't out yet, but that I'm planning to get, I could say something about Nalo Hopkinson's upcoming novel, The Salt Roads.
Remind me to come back and do that once I finish the sample chapter.
I mean, when I'm done with work. Yes, that will do.
np -- Everything I Need, Melissa Ferrick
I begin to suspect a conspiracy.
Corrected title. Remember kids, Alpha Team rots your brain.