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The Typist : a short film about the hypocrisy of being gay in the Navy during the 1950’s

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  Having just previewed  Kristine Stolakis debut feature film PRAY AWAY that Netflix is releasing in August I am simply fuming with anger.  Not with the documentary itself which is totally excellent, but the subject matter.  It is a profile of the “pray the gay away” movement which damaged so many lives, and even ending … Continue reading



Hating Peter Tatchell : the story of one of the LGBTQ’s greatest activists that needs to be seen

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  The infamous Brit LGBTQ+ rights campaigner Peter Tatchell is no Saint, but he is unquestionably one of the biggest heroes our community has ever had.  For the past 54 plus years, this highly driven man has been the biggest irritant to governments, politicians, large corporations, and even the Archbishop of Canterbury with his voracious … Continue reading



No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics

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  Vivian Kleiman’s intriguing doc looks at the impact of queer comics in the evolution of the LGBTQ community by examining the lives and work of 5 of its most well-known practitioners. They include Ailson Bechdel whose graphic novel Fun Home was turned into a Tony Award-Winning Musical, and Rupert Kinnard who created the first … Continue reading



Kenny Scharf : When World’s Collide

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  The pop artist Kenny Scharf is a survivor.  All his good friends and fellow artists in NY’s East Village such as Keith Haring, Jean Michel Basquiat, and Andy Warhol succumbed to AIDS in the 1980’s.  It sadly  marked the end of one of the most exciting periods of contemporary art in the form of … Continue reading



BEING BEBE | The BeBe Zahara Benet Documentary : our review

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  Like many other queer men, it’s been a very long time since we watched any of the multitudes of manifestations of the ubiquitous Ru Paul’s Drag Race Series.  The show has been stuck in a creative rut as it has dumbed down over the years, and it seems way past its sell-by date. However, … Continue reading



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