Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews “The Janes” the documentary on women’s reproductive rights that we need right now.

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  Call this # and ask for Jane: “The Janes” is the documentary on women’s reproductive rights that we need right now. It tells the story of the underground network of women in Chicago who risked serious jail time in the early 70’s to help women obtain safe abortions when the procedure was illegal, and … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews MAMA BEARS : journeys of trans kids fighting for acceptance

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  If you have ever teared up at the PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) contingent at a Pride march, bring out the handkerchiefs for this film. The Mama Bears are moms from a background of fundamentalist, conservative Christianity who face the dilemma of reconciling their profoundly anti-LGBT belief systems and communities with … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman raves about ESTHER NEWTON MADE ME GAY a new film by Jean Carlomusto

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  The Provincetown Film Festival returned with all live screenings and events this year, and the buzz came back! Celebrity appearances by the likes of Bowen Yang and Parker Posey, interviews in the inimitable style of John Waters, parties, local heroes and even a controversy or two sparked the week, and a good time was … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman previews YOU CAN LIVE FOREVER due to premiere at Tribeca Film Fest

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  “You Can Live Forever” is a Canadian feature film premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival and then opening in selected theaters. The title is a reference to the belief held by Jehovah’s Witnesses that one can live forever in Paradise on earth. The movie is a heart-tugger about two teenage women who fall in … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews THE SYMPATHY CARD “funny, sexy, adorable, and rather disturbing as well.”

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    It’s Lesbian Visibility Week, and this little-known film needs to be seen by all lesbians and the people who love us! I urge you to make a note of it, because it isn’t available to stream yet, but hopefully, that is about to change. It screened recently at Boston’s Wicked Queer Film Festival. … Continue reading

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