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Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews MY MASSIVE COCK on Channel 4

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  Do you fancy having an extra-large penis? According to research, 45% of people with penises wish they had a larger one. Channel 4’s new documentary, My Massive Cock, discusses the issues with having a very large penis. The programme is part of Channel Four’s Truth or Dare series, celebrating the Channel’s 40th anniversary, daring … Continue reading



Queerguru reviews “Casa Susanna” the 1950s/60s/Catskills resort discreet refuge for cross-dressing men and transgender women.

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  The award-winning queer filmmaker Sebastien Lifshitz, whose day job is as a Professor at La Fémis the film and television school of PSL Research University new film CASA SUZANNA is his third documentary with transgenderism as the subject matter.  Bambi, his spell-binding story Marie-Pierre Pruvot, an Algerian, born trans woman who had a long and … Continue reading




Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews REX GILDO / THE LAST DANCE (DER LETZTE TANZ) the double life of one of Germany’s most famous entertainers

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  The biographical film tells the story of how Ludwig Franz Hirtreiter (1936-1999) became Rex Gildo, an idol of its time in Germany. He was born in Bavaria and is buried in Munich, at one side rests his manager Fred Miekley, and at the other his cousin and wife Marion Ohlsen.  He was a well-known … Continue reading



I Didn’t See You There : a film by Reid Davenport

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    Opening in a few select metropolitan movie theaters is first-time director Reid Davenport’s  stunning thought-provoking Sundance Award-Winning Documentary Feature As a visibly disabled person, filmmaker Reid Davenport set out to make a film about how he sees the world, from either his wheelchair or his two feet, without having to be seen himself. … Continue reading



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