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Stanley Stellar’s Portraits at New York’s “Gay Piers” 1976 – 1983

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  A new exhibition has just opened in NY’s Kapp Kapp Gallery showing the work of celebrated queer photographer Stanley Stellar and in particular his wonderful images about the risque gay life at the  New York piers in the 70s and 80s Stellar has photographed gay men in New York City for just over 45 … Continue reading



Queer Spaces : as one door opens ….. another one closes. Hello ‘Not Safe For Work’ and Farewell ‘Sink The Pink”

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    ONE DOOR OPENS ….   Lucky Dubliners have cause to celebrate this week. Ireland’s capital has a new monthly queer club opening this Friday, January 28.  NOT SAFE FOR WORK is techno and progressive-dance inspired night is being billed as “a queer safe space” for both dance and play. The club is co-hosted … Continue reading



The Man who was longing to become a  God : we mourn the passing of THIERRY MUGLER

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  From a very early age, inspired by German mythology, Manfred Thierry Mugler went on a quest for perfection. Born in Strasbourg on December 21st, 1948, his body language led him to become a ballet dancer and join the Ballets du Rhin at age 14 and attend Strasbourg Decorative Arts School with the firm intention … Continue reading



Nathaniel Hall : The First Time : a positive story in a negative world

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  Can you remember your first time? Nathaniel can’t seem to forget his. To be fair, he has had it playing on repeat for the last 15 years. Now the party is over, the balloons have all burst and he’s left living his best queer life: brunching on pills and Googling kangaroo vaginas, ancient condoms … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jonathan Kemp raves about “Poly Styrene : I Am A Cliche’

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  It’s impossible to overstate the importance of a documentary like this nor the significance of women like Poly Styrene. Not that there were or are many women like her. She embodies all that was good and true about punk even as she transcends the label and reconfigures every stereotype, turning them all into ironic … Continue reading



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