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But some residents in America's least populated state, home to only 500,000 people and famous for its ranchers, cattle and prairies, say the film, subtitled "Love is a force of nature", does the state a disservice.
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Sandy Dixon, a playwright and lifelong Wyoming resident, told the Casper Star-Tribune that she had never encountered a homosexual cowboy and said those who knew "real cowboys "would dismiss the story as "hogwash"."Don't try and take away what we had, which was wonderful: the cowboys that settled the state and made it what it was," she said. There is nothing better than plain old cowboys and the plain old history without embellishing it to suit everyone."After attending an event in the state in the spring Miss Proulx, the author of Shipping News, admitted: "Lots of Wyoming people hated Close Range [the name of the short story on which the film is based]."But she said writers who put controversial characters in well-loved settings often attracted criticism, the Star-Tribune reported.
Jack Matthews, of the New York Daily News, has predicted that Brokeback Mountain, released next month, could be "too much for red state [Republican] audiences" but would give "the liberal-leaning academy a great chance to stick its thumb in conservatives' eyes." The film has attracted rave reviews, with some critics praising as brave the "abundant nudity and explicit love scenes".
Although her case sparked a national debate over the religious freedom of civil servants versus the civil rights of same-sex couples, she ultimately agreed to alter the licenses to remove her name and title. Commission Executive Director Wendy Soto declined comment Friday.
Her lawyers have said no same-sex couples have asked her to preside over their weddings.
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It is designed to publicize particularly dangerous fugitives who might not otherwise merit nationwide attention.
The resulting story generated so much publicity and had so much appeal that late FBI Director J.
Edgar Hoover implemented the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” program.