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10 Reasons (and more) on why you should tune into aGLIFF Austin’s queer Film Fest

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  Like so many other queer film festivals these days aGLIFF (All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival) in Austin. Texas is the city’s oldest film festival.  And who said we would never!  With its latest edition PRISM 34 it continues with its mission to create positive and visible film programs relevant to the lives … Continue reading



100 BOYFRIENDS by BRONTEZ PURNELL reviewed by Jonathan Kemp

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Brontez Purnell is a flaming powerhouse of creativity: writer, dancer, singer, filmmaker. Impressively restless and productive. His latest outing is this bold, sassy, sexy roulette wheel of a book in which he celebrates the marginal, the promiscuous, the lovelorn, the endlessly horny, hookers and hook-ups, fuck buddies and fuck-ups. I read it first in a … Continue reading



1980’s classic queer drama JERKER is revived

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  Jerker, or The Helping Hand: A Pornographic Elegy with Redeeming Social Value and a Hymn to the Queer Men of San Francisco in Twenty Telephone Calls, Many of Them Dirty (commonly known simply as Jerker) is a 1986 one-act play by Robert Chesley. Chesley wrote the play because he believed it was “important to remove the stigma … Continue reading



24 year old Dolly shares her very real heartbreaking story of surviving as a lesbian in Egypt

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  When Dutch Jewish filmmaker Evelyn Markus introduced Queerguru (via Email) to Dolly a young woman in Egypt, who lives in a severely oppressive society as a lesbian and atheist, we immediately knew we wanted to share  her story. Her heartbreaking tale of trying simply to exist and being true to her self is incredibly … Continue reading



5 Things Every Gay Couple Needs to Know About Owning a House : by Queerguru’s Peter Minkoff

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  Life can be pretty hard if you’re not straight – and this is especially true if you’re looking for a snug nest to settle down with a same-sex partner. From discrimination and mortgage issues to wills, down payments, and other legal aspects of homeownership, buying and owning a house can easily turn into a … Continue reading



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