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The latest queer TV dating show FARMING FOR LOVE is from Canada and already its making us want to saddle up and head North

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    Could this be the year of new dating shows around the globe that are  specifically for gay men?  In January we wrote about For The Love of DILFS, the gay TV Dating Show  brings together two groups of gay men, the Himbos and the Daddies, to see if they can match up and … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Top Picks of Must See Movies @IMAGE+NATION :Canada’s original LGBT2SQ+ Film Festival. 

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    November sees us still in the middle of the Queer Film Festivals season right across the globe.  This week we are making tracks up north to the 36th Edition of IMAGE+NATION …. Canada’s original LGBT2SQ+ Film Festival.   This hybrid Festival runs from November 16 – 23rd in Montreal Theatres + curated Programming is … Continue reading



Queergruru’s Jose Mayorga reviews Summer Qamp a camp in rural Alberta, queer, non-binary, trans teens get to just be kids in a supportive space.

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IT IS NO EASY JOURNEY BEING GAY Directed by Jen Markowitz with the support of Canada Media Fund, the documentary is a celebration of queerness in film that takes place on territories in South Alberta, where mother nature reigns.  For the participants, the Summer activity is a memory for the rest of their lives. The … Continue reading



Forbidden Love: The Unashamed Stories of Lesbian Lives

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    If you love pulp fiction …. especially the lesbian kind …. then you’ll want to see this documentary full of titillating tales of taboo lovers. that has been digitally remistressed In the 1950s, a wave of lesbian pulp literature emerged, exploring a then taboo subject in vivid, sensationalistic detail. While these writers often … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews WILDHOOD a beautiful ‘two-spirit’ coming of age story

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  Wildhood is a beautiful queer coming of age story set within Canada’s first nation Mi’kmaq people, a community over 14,000 years old, based in rural Nova Scotia. The road movie introduces us to Link, (Phillip Lewitski), a Two-Spirit, half Mi’kmaq teenager, and his younger half-brother Travis (Avery Winters-Anthony). The term Two-Spirit loosely refers to … Continue reading



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