WAKE UP PUNK: Vivienne Westwood & her two sons with stories from the Punk Era

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    If you have been deliberating about investing in a VPN (A virtual private network that extends a private network across a public network and enables users to watch media in other countries) then this may be the time to sign up for one.  There can be no better reason than it’s the only … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews “How To Save A Dead Friend” about Marusya, 16, who has decided this will be her year to die.

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  How to Save a Dead Friend is Marusya Syroechkovskaya’s compelling documentary about young love for a lost generation in Putin’s grim Russia. Filmed by herself and her partner Kimi over a twelve-year period, we follow the couple as they deal with the severe challenges affecting them and their network of friends which include suicide, … Continue reading

Exploring Sexuality in the Punk Movement : an Exhibit at NY Museum of Sex

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  A new provocative and exhilarating Exhibition at New York’s Museum of Sex that opened at the end of last year, explores the connection between sexuality and the punk movement.   Punk Lust: Raw Provocation 1971-1985 co-curated by cultural critic Carlo McCormick, journalist, writer and musician Vivien Goldman and Lissa Rivera of the Museum of Sex also … Continue reading

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