Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Y A UNE ÉTOILE (THERE’S A STAR) a unique documentary about rural queer life of Nova Scotia

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    Generations of queer people from small villages and towns across the world have migrated to larger cities, looking for a more accepting community, more fun, better choice of partners and better career and cultural options. The same decision-making process, of course, applies to many straight people. But what if you’re queer and love … Continue reading

The Final Member : the story of the World’s first ever PENIS MUSEUM

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Some 40 years ago someone gave Sigurdur ‘Siggi’ Hjartarson a School Head Teacher in Iceland, a bull’s penis as a joke. It kick-started what turned out to become a lifetime obsession of collecting any mammalian phallus he could lay his hands on ….. it evidently pass the long dark dismal days and nights of Arctic … Continue reading

Tom At The Farm aka Tom A La Ferme

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Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan may be sick of being constantly described as a wunderkind, but when you are just 24 years old like he is and have already made four head-turning mind-blowing Award winning movies, then the description is more than apt. Not content with writing and directing each of them he usually loves to … Continue reading

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