If you have been following the cute web-series produced by the people at the Daddy Hunt App (see they do other things besides looking to get laid all the time) then you will not want to miss the finale episodes of Season 2. All of us at queerguru have been desperate to discover wherever … Continue reading
This intriguing coming of age movie is set in Lanzenkirchen in Lower Austria, the home town of the writer/director Monja Art, so it is probably safe to say that some of the trials and tribulations of the teenagers involved in this story are drawn from her own life experiences. The problems that seem to vex this one … Continue reading
This new biopic on one of the 20th Century’s most famous political leaders is a re-imagining of the few days leading up to Operation Overload which the Allied High Command were preparing to launch in June 1944 to finally get a foothold back in Europe to hasten the end of the War. Churchill (Brian Cox) the … Continue reading
As part of P Town’s Summer of Love and Marriage, queerguru gets to talk to the leading gay activist Evan Wolfson known to many simply as ‘the marriage guy’. Wolfson is the founder and president of Freedom to Marry, a group that became a major driving force same-sex marriage in the United States. He is the visionary who started work on this matter of equality almost four decades ago, and now part of the story of how he successfully led the fight, is documented in a new film The Freedom to Marry by Eddie Rosenstein.
On the eve of the documentary’s digital launch on June 6th 2017, Wolfson talked about how the battle for same-sex marriage maybe over in the US, there are still too many countries around the globe where we still need to heed the fight, plus there is also the question of our community joining the struggle to seize our own country back.
The interview via Facebook was filmed by Roger Walker-Dack for “queerguru reports’ on PTV’s Channel 99.
P.S.Check out queerguru’s full review of The Freedom to Marry HERE
After Swedish artist and activist Petter Wallenberg witnessed the brutal anti-LGBTI violence by police at last year’s Ugandan Pride festival he was inspired to compose and produce a charity album called Rainbow Riots. It features LGBTI musicians from all over the world – including countries where homosexuality is illegal, such as Jamaica, Uganda, and Malawi, and all … Continue reading