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The D Word (2005)

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The D Word is a NYC parody of that 'other' Sapphic series. It follows a group of young queer friends and family as they stumble through work and sex lives with tongue placed firmly in cheek and other interesting bodily orifices.


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Credited cast:
Stephen Alexander ... Sperm donor
Tony Arnaud ... Sperm donor
Michele Balan ... Herself
... Blonde Hottie on roof (as Evy Lutzky)
Juliet Vacirca Brown ... Actor
Sergei Burbank ... Dim Gospel
... Dicey
Sierra Carrere ... Rhonda
Andrea Dionne ... Theresa
... Don Maddox
... Drea McClay
Marga Gómez ... Dot Parker
Billicia Charnelle Hines ... Max
Jessica Horstman ... Dina Cunnard
Donna Coney Island ... Cop


A NYC parody of that 'other' Sapphic series. Dot, artistic director of a downtown theatre, and her partner of 7 years, Dina, a crunchy-granola dyke, are looking for a sperm donor to expand their family. They throw a party to find him amongst the guests of their close circle of friends: Daynisha, a closeted WNBA player; Dixie, a bisexual journalist into S & M; Drea, the resident Butch heart-throb and dog groomer; Dex, Dot's younger FTM musician sibling; Dim, their next door neighbor chess coach and his newly arrived girlfriend Dani, a playwright curious about life in NYC; and Daria, the proprietor of the Drunken Pussycat, a bar where everyone gathers to gossip and kvetch. All of them struggle through much dyke drama in the Big Apple. Written by Snyder, Dasha

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dyke | butch | queer | sperm donor | ftm | See All (22) »


Same Sex. Same City.





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2 June 2005 (USA)  »

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$150,000 (estimated)
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14 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

I saw this at the Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festival twice!!

The story is funny, fast paced, easy to follow. And the music rocks, especially the opening credits music which is still running through my head one week later.

The actors were very good, with just right comic timing. Dim Gospel (Sergei Burbank) was especially sweet and played an earnest "straight man" to his partner Dani Silverman's (Meeni Naqvi) wide eyed explorations into her NYC universe.

My personal favorite scene is between Dixie Lipshutz (Victoria Sayer) and her oft spoken of but seldom seem boyfriend Dirk.

When will the second season premiere?

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