As LGBTQIA+ history month draws to a close, Isabel Langguth recommends some Queer books that’ll keep the conversation going.
Tom Routledge looks at the changing expectations of queer anthems.
Disobedience – Review
Don’t you just hate it when you pop your clogs in the middle of your Derasha? We’ve all been there. Disobedience begins with a death of a Rabbi in the midst of said circumstances, but his daughter Ronit (portrayed by Rachel Weisz) is the locus. All jokes aside, director Sebastián Lelio captures her grief without […]
Sundance 2018 – The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Review
Sometimes you just need a film that’s perfectly pleasant. That’s not to say it can’t be bold in that demeanour, possess genuine stakes, or have something to say, but that within these, it still manages to come through with a sense of warm pride. Based on the book of the same name by Emily Damoir, […]
Cine Queer Review: Kings, Queens & In-Betweens, and Venus
When defining drag, it seems there are many variations. To some, or the mainstream, drag queens are cis-males dressing as, and putting on the characteristics of, women. Yet, it is a lot more complex. For starters, there are also drag kings. Both of which do not have to be performed by cis-men/women. More than anything, […]
At the end of 2017 the population of Australia voted in favour of gay marriage, and the country’s parliament legalised the non-binding vote shortly after. Starting this month, Australia has become the 26th country in the world where gay couples can form unions that are legally and societally equal to those of straight couples. Twenty-six […]