Journalists, including New York Daily News writer Wayman Wong, Dave Cullen and Daniel Mendelsohncomplained that the film's director, lead actors, and publicity team avoided using the word gay to describe the story, and noted that the film's trailer did not show a kiss between the two male leads but did show a heterosexual love scene.
“The Gay Cowboy Movie”
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