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HI Are You Single?

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  Nearly all of us in the LGBTQ community were raised in a very heteronormative family lacking in  role models that as gay men and women we could actually relate too.  That is rapidly changing and hopefully future generations of queers will benefit from those who a whole slew of LGBTQ  ‘pioneers’ we can now … Continue reading



The World To Come : (may be as bleak as this one)

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  Set in 1856 this slow-burning drama is mostly as bleak as the wild Frontier it is set in.  It opens with a throughly depressed Abigail (Katherine Waterson) reading aloud in voiceover . “This morning, ice in our bedroom for the first time all winter,”  and you really feel the cold as she speaks. She … Continue reading



Dragging Up The Past in Cork

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  Tonight we wish we were back in Cork .  Situated on the South West of Ireland it is the country’s second busy city, it is also one of the most welcoming for LGBTQ community and visitors alike. Queerguru was there two years ago doing the thing that all Americans want to do ……especially Presidents…. … Continue reading



Boys on Film 21 : Peccadillo series of Queer Shorts comes of Age.

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Stay home, stay safe, and treat yourself. Peccadillo Boys on Film 21 comes of age with a polished set of shorts that are almost poems, marking the small moments that make histories.  MEMOIRS OF A GEEZA (UK, 4 mins) Dir. Theo James Krekis.  A playful start with an ode to the theme that “perception is … Continue reading



Im Moshanty: Do You Love Me?

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  Queer filmmaker Tim Wolff’s delightful documentary of the larger-than-life singer/activist Moshanty is quite the wee gem. It is not only an affectionate  tribute to one of Papua New Guinea’s most famous citizens, but an insightful glimpse into how she is treated as a transgender in this fiercely conservative Christian country. Before we even meet … Continue reading



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