Queerguru looks back at our favorite quirky (and very camp) Queer Holiday Movies

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  Christmas is by far the campest of all the holidays we celebrate: it is all shopping, tinsel, and sparkly baubles and the season of both joy and sheer excess, and should always be a total blast. To help you plan to have a gay old time this December 25th, we have trailed our extensive … Continue reading

Virgil Abloh: “Figures of Speech” opens at Brooklyn Museum of Art

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  A stunning new Exhibit is opening this Friday at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. VIRGIL ABLOH: Figures of Speech features  \the multidisciplinary work of late visionary artist and designer Virgil Abloh.  A true renaissance man who founded a streetwear brand that rose to the very pinnacle of luxury fashion, as the first African American … Continue reading


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Queerguru asked two of our prominent book reviewers for their FIVE FAVORITE QUEER BOOKS OF 2021.   Queerguru London Contributing Editor Jonathan Kemp writes fiction and non-fiction and teaches creative writing at Middlesex University. He is the author of two novels – London Triptych (2010), which won the 2011 Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award, … Continue reading

Mark Farrelly performs JARMAN his one play about the British iconic queer filmmaker and activist

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  The British writer/actor Mark Farrelly has established his considerable reputation of telling the stories of iconic queer figures.  First Naked Hope, his one-man play about the legendary Quentin Crisp the flamboyant English writer, humorist, actor, life-class model, and at one-time rent boy. Crisp was a great self-publicist who gave outrageous interviews about his unusual life … Continue reading

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