Pop Culture Blog – Music TV & Film Blog, Fashion – TQS – Part 83

There are many anti-homophobia videos out there but few as well made and touching as this, please give it a watch:

Howl is an experimental film, dramatising the obscenity trial of Allen Ginsberg’s eponymous celebrated poem through a mixture of film, animation & documentary footage. Sounds a little strange doesn’t it? Well it is, but in a good way.

We ask if the plight of the Queer community has anything in common with that of red haired people?

Next Thursday sees a landmark in Malaysian cinema, Dalam Botol (In a Bottle) will be the country’s first feature film with gay lead characters. Great news you may initially think but the plot makes for grim reading…

Bisexuality on film is an interesting case with a strange myth taking centre-stage in a large proportion bisexual depiction. That of the bisexual being evil, deranged or heartless. In this fortnight’s column I’m going to take a look at some famous examples as well as try and get to the bottom of this bizarre cinematic convention.

I wanted to love this film. Really, I did. Set in New York, twenty-something students, promises of complicated interpersonal dynamics, and a tagline saying ‘a comedy about drama’.

It was revealed today that Lady Gaga has ended her exclusive deal with Target, US retail giant who previously held the right to sell her upcoming album Born This Way exclusively in their stores

Why is all of the music in the gay scene the same?

Help Save the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

Can homosexuality and religion co-exist?