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Bittersweet Waters : Being in love & true to oneself in rural Mexico

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  Chicago based Jesús Canchola Sánchez’s  hauntingly beautiful film is one of the most impressive  LGBTQ feature film debuts we have seen in a very long time.. Most of the credit goes to Sánchez who not only wrote and directed it, but he also produced  and starred in it too. As the title hints, this … Continue reading



A Gay Mormon Love Story

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  This short and oh-so-touching-video published by the New York Times  is the real life story of Tom Clark, who talks about falling hopelessly in love as a young, gay Mormon missionary in 1974. Brought up in a strict Mormon family, Clark was indoctrinated with all their classic rampant homophobic beliefs that all gay men … Continue reading




When 10,000 miles cannot keep you apart

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So you may want to grab a box of Kleenex before you sit down and watch this totally charming video about young love that reminds you that heartfelt stories like these still happen in real life. When Australian Jeremy Miles flew into Dubin, Ireland for a few days vacation this time last year, he met by … Continue reading



God’s Own Country

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God’s Own Country a breakout hit at both Sundance and Berlinale Festivals (where it was nominated for a Teddy for Best Queer Feature) is a remarkable debut from openly gay Brit writer/director Frances Lee, and unquestionably one of best queer love stories for a very long time.  Set in the wilds of Yorkshire (hence the … Continue reading



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