A Worm in the Heart : Paul Rice’s debut film about the plight of LGBTQ in Russia today

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  One of our main driving forces in QUEERGURU reviewing so many new indie movies is the sheer hope that once in a blue moon, you come across a new fresh, and extraordinary voice. One that has such a passion and drive that makes all the hours/days/months in those screening rooms all worthwhile.  Paul Rice … Continue reading


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  London’s CUBITT GALLERY is currently presenting a  solo exhibition of new and archival works that spotlight Black Queer legacies in Britain by photographer, artist-scholar, archive curator, and radical sex activist Ajamu X, curated by Languid Hands. Drawing on Ajamu’s personal archive, collected over the artist’s 30-year career, as well as previously unexhibited contact sheets, … Continue reading

Celebrating Drag Syndrome : an amazing Brit drag troupe

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  Today, Sunday, March 21st is #WorldDownSyndromeDay, and to mark the occasion Queerguru wants to share some videos from the rather wonderful Drag Syndrome Group.  They are an amazing underground drag troop in the UK that features drag queens with Down’s Syndrome. These drag queens and kings were brought together in 2018 by choreographer Daniel … Continue reading

How our favorite Eccentric Ladies are coping during Lockdown

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  How are eccentrics coping with the COVID 19 Lockdown?  Well, Queerguru checked on with a few of favorites Evie (from Girls Will Be Girls) is just driving around L.A. just gabbing away  (words by Richard Day)   Diana (aka Jack Plotnick) has some concerns ……..but don’t we all?   During lockdown 78 year old … Continue reading


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  It’s been a painful year for most of us with our lives severely constricted by the global pandemic. Performers deprived of live audiences and unable to practice their art had their professional lives indefinitely upended when theaters and other performance venues shuttered. Singer/songwriter Benjamin Scheuer had planned to spend much of 2020 on the … Continue reading

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