THE DADS. this excellent ‘must see’ Netflix doc is about Six fathers of LGBTQ children who bond during a fishing trip in rural Oklahoma.

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  Filmmaker Luchina Fisher’s couldn’t have timed the release of her excellent new Netflix documentary “The Dads” any better.  Currently, with such rabid anti-trans rhetoric from right-wing conservatives getting such dangerous traction in the media, it’s refreshing to get this view from some heartfelt acceptance of transgender youth. Fisher’s film is of five fathers of … Continue reading

Why Eric Shaeffer’s ‘Boy Meets Girl’ was one of the best Transgender movies of 2014

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    Once in a while we come across a new small movie that is unafraid to tackle important issues with a very big heart, and ” Boy Meets Girl” is certainly one such film.  It is a tender, human, sex-positive romantic comedy that explores what it means to be “real”: to live and love … Continue reading

‘Keyboard Fantasies’ the story of the re-emergence of Canadian trans musical genius Beverley Glenn-Copeland

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  For all you QUEERGURU peeps in Canada, there is a real treat coming your way that will have you making tracks to Montreal.  To the city’s BBRAM! Gallery where they are hosting a  premiere of the award-winning documentary, Keyboard Fantasies on their giant 12ft x 9ft screen.  The film by Posy Dixon tells the … Continue reading

Mariette Pathy Allen ‘s Breaking More Boundaries @ an exhibit for Pride

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  Mariette Pathy Allen has been photographing the transgender community for almost 50 years. Through her artistic practice, she has been a pioneering force in gender consciousness, contributing to numerous cultural and academic publications about gender variance and lecturing worldwide. From June 1 to July 30, Culture Lab LIC in NY will celebrate Mariette’s work … Continue reading

Kokomo City and celebrating the life of Koko Da Doll @ Miami’s OUTshine Film Festival

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  What was intended as one of the best ‘welcome home’ stories at this week’s Outfest LGBTQ Film Festival in Miami has suddenly turned into a celebration of life for one of the stars of the award-winning Kokomo City. This trail-blazing documentary is the debut of  Miami local D. Smith who directed, produced, and edited it … Continue reading

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