Farewell DAVID MIXNER an iconic champion and fierce fighter of LGBTQ rights who has died aged 77

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  The word ‘icon’ is bandied around so much these, but one queer man who was this, and so much more, is the legendary activist DAVID MIXNER.  His death has just been announced and he will be a great loss in our community as he was a  giant in the global struggle for LGBTQ+ rights … Continue reading

Little Richard : I Am Everything ………… (and he really was!)

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  It’s completely impossible not to be swept away by filmmaker Lisa Cortes’s enthusiastic admiration for Little Richard the undisputed King of Rock’ n Roll (the title that Elvis mistakenly thought was his).  Little R is a charismatic fireball whose roller coaster life on and off the stage had so many highs before it reverted … Continue reading

Keep The Cameras Rolling : The Pedro Zamora Way reviewed by Queerguru’s Ris Fatah

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  Keep The Cameras Rolling is the moving story of HIV/AIDS educator and activist Pedro Zamora’s life and death. Pedro shot to the world’s attention in 1994 as the first person on weekly TV to be completely open about his HIV/AIDS status. Starring in season 3 of the then hugely popular MTV’s ground-breaking reality TV … Continue reading

The anarchic humor of the iconic David Hoyle

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  The title ‘queer icon’ is so overused these days and usually for describing the most unqualified of people.  It does however perfectly fit David Hoyle a legendary English performance artist, avant-garde cabaret artist, singer, actor, comedian, and film director. Since the early 1990’s Hoyle’s surreal satirical performances have established him as one of our … Continue reading

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