The British Museum in London was the first national public museum in the World. Founded in 1753 and the fact that it has nearly 6 million visitors a year now is not just due to its exceptional and unique collections and artifacts, but also because it continues to strive to stay relevant. Last week … Continue reading
This is the true story of a year in the life of Jeffery Dahmer when he was a High School Senior and before he became a notorious cannabalistic gay serial killer. It is based on the graphic novel by one of Dahmer’s classmates John Backderf who actually narrowly escaped being one of Dahmer’s first … Continue reading
It is an achingly beautiful story compassionately told and one that is tinged with more than it’s share of sadness, as openly gay Garnet Jones shows how tough it is for LGBT people to be themselves in this tight small communities.
After picking up Awards on the Film Festival circuit, the movie is being released by Wolfe Video and is available streaming on most major global platforms that carry LGBT films, on November 8th 2016. To mark the occasion the filmmaker talked to queerguru via Facetime all about his movie for an interview for P.T.V.
P.S. You can read also queerguru’s full review of the movie HERE
Laila may be wheelchair bound because she has cerebral palsy, but it hardly seems an obstacle to stop this young student at the University of Delhi from doing exactly what she wants to do. Encouraged by her middle-class parents, she never lets her disability stop her getting exactly what she wants in life. That is until … Continue reading
Congratulations to openly gay Brit singer-songwriter Sam Smith who, along with his writing partner Jimmy Napes, won an Oscar for Best Original Songfor Writing’s on the Wall for the Spectre movie. In a year when the focus of the Academy Awards was all about diversity, Smith very passionately dedicated his win to the LGBT Community. … Continue reading