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Queerguru’s Ris Fatah falls in love with the queer Arab love stories in ‘Shall I Compare You To A Summer’s Day ‘

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  Queer Arab love stories are brought to life in Egyptian film director Mohammad Shawky Hassan’s colourful new film, Bashtaalak Sa’at (Shall I Compare You to a Summer’s Day?).  A lively, handsome group of young queer Arab men, mostly Egyptian and Lebanese, and clad just in their underwear or less, recount their tales of love and … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews EL HOUB (The Love) a tense queer melodrama within the Dutch-Moroccan community in Holland

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  El Houb (The Love) is a tense family melodrama set within the Dutch-Moroccan community in Holland. Successful young businessman Karim (Fahd Larhzaoui) and his Ghanian boyfriend Kofi (Emmanuel Boafo) are in a state of undress at Karim’s smart apartment when Karim’s father Abbas (Slimane Dazi), a postman, delivers a package and sees Karim in … Continue reading



Fire Island: A Century in the Life of an American Paradise by Jack Parlett: reviewed by Ris Fatah

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Fire Island…the name of the legendary queer nirvana is so evocative. This narrow sand bar off the coast of Long Island, NY, has been synonymous with hedonism for generations of queers. Writer Jack Parlett’s brilliant new book takes us on a beautifully literary journey through the history of this unique place. His book is sophisticated … Continue reading



THE MUSUEM OF SEX OBJECTS’s new unmissable exhibit at The Horse Hospital in London

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  London’s Museum of Sex Objects, founded by the legendary Debbie Sim, has taken over arts venue The Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury, London for a month-long residency this September. The museum’s mission is to preserve our complex and fascinating sexual history. The museum boasts a bountiful array of never-before-seen sex objects, artworks and relics, straddling the … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews THE AUSSIE BOYS a collection of the best new queer short films from Down Under

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  Take a trip Down Under with these seven short stories, The Aussie Boys, featuring the lives and loves of a selection of guys from across Australia. From historical beginnings in the 1700’s all the way through to noughties truck stop dilemmas, present-day road trip romancing and faces from the past returning for a final … Continue reading



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