Most people don’t know much about “Queer Japan”, but here’s our opportunity to teach the world about the island nation’s delightfully weird LGBTQ people.
Open your hearts, wallets, purses, and pants and give to what’s possible the most important queer documentary never made. Yassss!
Apart from a few minor swears and some brief video game violence, ‘Gaming in Color’ lacks the raunchiness and gore to warrant an R-rating. So what gives?
Sir Ian McKellen narrates a provocative documentary about Muslim drag queens living in England, including glamorous drag star Asifa Lahore.
In 2012, Tig Notaro lost her mother, went through a break-up and almost died from two different diseases. But this doc shows her hilarious and human side.
The documentary ‘Playing Gay: How America Came Out on Television’ believes gay television characters helped pave the way for American gay equality.
He helped introduce the world to the Velvet Underground, MC5, The Doors, Niko Case, Iggy Pop and The Ramones… and yet you’ve probably never heard of him.
In 2014, 19 different offices around the United Kingdom reported a rise in homophobic attacks. One of the best cures for homophobia being education — the second best cure, by the way, is not being a douchebag — we’d like to share Stephen Fry‘s 2013 BBC documentary Out There. Stephen Fry, in case you didn’t […]
With the success of the It Gets Better project, the national dialogue has been dominated by the bullying of LGBT teenagers. But the sad truth is that bullying is not limited to just one perceived minority or another. The truth is that anyone who is remotely different – skinny, fat, […]