Re: Rudolph: a homosexual metaphor?
Owain Taggart wrote:
I think it says more about racism in general as that was a hot topic when it was made.
That doesn't mean it isn't possible though. F. Scott Fitzgerald's novels are increasingly being studied as critiques of homosexual topics these days, and his novels were written before Rudolph was made.
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