Sundance was SUPER FUCKING GAY THIS YEAR, YOU GUYS. Let’s talk about the best queer films.
“Geared with fruity roll-on lip gloss and knee high socks, Darla works at the helm of the barbaric ritual with such ferocity it’s hard to believe she’s just a teenage girl.”
Come take a walk on the wild side (switchblade not included) to explore the evil anti-heroine from Pretty Persuasion and why I love her.
In my mind, to fail at LGBT inclusion in fiction is to have a failure of imagination, a lazy lack of understanding concerning the world outside of one’s self. To intentionally choose to tell a story about a real LGBT person and then exclude their queer identity is a failure on an entirely different level.
Call your girlfriend and grab your favorite vegan gluten-free snacks!
Warner Bros. is finally making a movie with Wonder Woman! They’ve announced that actress Gal Gadot will be playing the Amazonian warrior in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman movie.
“But much like masturbation and other “personal relaxation” methods, it’s pretty obvious that most women are smoking marijuana, but not talking about it. There is a cloud of shame permeating these issues for women, where there is absolutely none for men.”
From Psycho to The Silence of the Lambs, horror movies have a long history of using trans women as insane murderers and creepy villains. It contributes to very real and very violent transmisogyny against actual trans women.
Okay, the most important thing you need to know is that there’s a bedazzled plush vagina costume in the first two minutes of Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?.
For a long time the Bechdel test has seemingly been the only tool we have to examine sexist trends in Hollywood. Now, thanks to Pacific Rim, the Mako Mori test is here to help.
“Of the 101 films released last year by the six major studios, only five films contained any semblance of queer lady representation.”
Despite worries that its content would turn off judges, an explicit lesbian romance took the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
You can watch Wolfe Video’s Mosquita y Mari right here right now! Oh the feelings.
While you might have made it to graduation and on to the sunnier side of life, there are countless queer kids still waiting to run the high school gauntlet. Help them out by telling Corynn Egreczky your story for her new film.
This groundbreaking film festival is part of Outfest and runs March 22-23rd in Los Angeles. Even if you can’t attend, check out the film descriptions and maybe you’ll see something to keep an eye on in case a screening comes to your town!
“While these women joined Aquaporko to find a group of like-minded people to swim with, they stayed because they loved being surrounded by strong women who loved them unconditionally.”
Isn’t a film screening grounded in pedagogical discussion with a focus on using art to explore queer life while also giving everyone the opportunity to process all the feelings really the point of everything we do here? Yes, hell to the hallelujah, yes it is.
Les Misérables is coming to theaters on Christmas Day (!!!) and to celebrate we’re giving away a prize pack to one lucky commenter!
A new lesbian romantic comedy, “Portrait Of A Serial Monogamist”, has an Indiegogo campaign! And it’s really actually good.
Being young and in love makes you an idiot monster, and that’s what “Jack & Diane” is about.