Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Linck & Mülhahn, an epic love story that celebrates gender non-conformism

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Linck & Mülhahn ★★★★★ Hampstead Theatre, London Handsome, swashbuckling, gender non-conformist soldier Anastasius (Maggie Bain) is living a full life – drinking, fighting, hanging with their fellow soldiers and liaising with hookers. No time or inclination to fall in love. Trying their best to live life their way, but limiting their feelings to protect themselves. … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews BLUE JEAN a brilliant new lesbian drama set in Thatcher’s Britain

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  “Do you know what the phrase ‘Fight or Flight’ means?” asks gay Geordie PE teacher Jean (Rosy McEwen) of her teenage students at the beginning of the brilliant new drama Blue Jean. It is a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived harmful event, attack, or threat to survival. It’s obviously on … Continue reading

TV’s first ever Lesbian Dating Show COMING OUT FOR LOVE launches on Valentines day

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    American queer filmmaker Nicole Conn, creator of A Perfect Endingand More Beautiful For Having Been Broken, is presenting a new dating show and the very first one ever for queer women competing for love.  (about time eh!) Titled Coming Out For Love, the show will premiere on Valentine’s Day this year, with two episodes launched together.  The … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews GATEWAYS GRIND the compelling story of the legendary Lesbian Club

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  Last year actress/singer and self-styled Daddy Dyke  Lea Delaria was the executive project of The Lesbian Project   It specifically highlights the fact that there are just 21 Lesbian Bars left in the whole of the USA.  However De Laria insists that this is not a ‘sob story’, but for those of us unaware of how … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews BALABAN a rare queer drama from Kazakhstan

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  Balaban is the touching story of the coming-of-age relationship between two teenage HIV-positive girls in Kazakhstan and their journey toward freedom and love. Based on real-life events, writer and director Aysulu Onaran highlights the case of 160 children who were infected with HIV during blood transfusions in Kazakhstan in 2006 when untested blood was … Continue reading

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