When the subject of Queer Cinema and Australia is brought up in conversation, I can guarantee you one title comes to the mind of many, and that is of course the 1994 film The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert and rightfully so. It is a brilliantly iconic Australian film that introduced many to … Continue reading Holding the Man – More than a Movie Review
My Top 9 LGBTQ+ Manga You Should Check Out This Pride Month!
If you were looking for manga with a positive LGBTQ+ message behind it or even representation over a decade ago it would have been near impossible to find, but in recent years there has been a rise of amazing manga that feature a full spectrum of different LGBTQ+ themes and experiences. Some positive and others … Continue reading My Top 9 LGBTQ+ Manga You Should Check Out This Pride Month!
Less Than Human – Horror Short Film
Kindness towards others is a lesson we all should learn as children, but as adults we seem to forget these lessons and can grow into bitter and cold adults who forgot the beauty found in small moments of kindness. Released in 2017 the short Film Less than Human explores themes of segregation, racism, classism, kindness … Continue reading Less Than Human – Horror Short Film
Why I will No Longer support J.K. Rowling
Now this might seem like a strange subject to bring up on a blog that has most of it's focus on the boys love and yaoi genre, but and this will come as no surprise to anyone who has been in the Harry Potter fandom for a long time, but for those who do not … Continue reading Why I will No Longer support J.K. Rowling
Love Me For Who I Am Vol 1 – Manga Review
When I originally found this manga, I thought 'oh it's a cute manga about a cafe that has crossdressing girlie boys, this could be an adorably fun read' but then this manga hit close to home for me with it's main lead and I knew I had found something truly special that I would have … Continue reading Love Me For Who I Am Vol 1 – Manga Review
A Little Bit of Pride this Month
Let's face it, 2020 has been a bad year for everyone, from political turmoil and natural disasters to a world wide pandemic and now, I don't even know how to describe how fucked up recent events around the world have been. It's getting to the point where I don't want to check the news because … Continue reading A Little Bit of Pride this Month
Helping the #EDENproject Blossom
The best way I can introduce you, my lovely readers, to this awesome project is to share with you the launch trailer for this awesome project. Please watch the video all the way to the end and then I will tell you why it is so important for me to share my support not only … Continue reading Helping the #EDENproject Blossom
What is #WearPurpleDay? And Why Do I Support it?
Warning this post will be discussing issues of bullying and suicide in the youth of the international LGBTQ+ community, if these issues are triggering for you then that is ok, you do not have to read this post, to everyone else I hope to teach you about a group I have been a strong supporter … Continue reading What is #WearPurpleDay? And Why Do I Support it?
Wandering Son – Anime Review
What makes a boy a boy? What makes are girl a girl? The answer it seems is not as simple as the words found within the popular rhyme may be. Gender is a subject of hot debate over the last decade and it will continue to be in the years to come. It has gone … Continue reading Wandering Son – Anime Review
Queer as Folk – The TV Show That Changed Everything
It's all about sex, except it is also something much more culturally important. It was started in the UK in 1999, and it was going to change queer representation on television forever. Before Queer as Folk LGBTQ+ representation on television was very different. Gays were often portrayed as, that funny effeminate male friend or that … Continue reading Queer as Folk – The TV Show That Changed Everything
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