February 2018

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    Boy Erased film adaptation set for September release

    The adaption of Boy Erased: A Memoir by Garrard Conley will now appear in cinemas in September instead of June 2018. Australian actor Joel Edgerton will be directing and producing his own screenplay of the true story of a small-town USA teen outed to his parents and forced into conversion therapy.  The Australian connection has […] More

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    Ryan Murphy signs five-year $300 million deal with Netflix

    The creator of American Crime Story, Glee, Scream Queens and more, will be leaving FX when his contract ends in July and jumping over to Netflix. It is one of the largest overall deals for a show runner to date. There are few details around his first two Netflix projects beyond their names, The Politician […] More

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    Canada opens its house to gay athletes in Pyeongchang

    When local organizers were unable to raise the funds to open a Pride House for the Winter games in South Korea, Canada stepped up and is hosting LGBT athletes. A common presence at every Olympic Games are the individual country ‘houses’ providing space for athletes and their families. They sometimes play host to parties where […] More

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    Nothing sucks about Netflix’s Everything Sucks

    Move over 80s, we’ve reached the point where the 90s are becoming the popular nostalgic era. And forget about Stranger Things, the new Netflix hotness is Everything Sucks, an ode to geeks who grew up before the millennium. Landing on Netflix Friday, February 16, Everything Sucks is good binge worthy tv at its best. More

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    Love, Simon cinema release date confirmed for March 16

    Upcoming coming of age film Love, Simon has been given a release date — March 16, 2018. Out writer, director, tv producer Greg Berlanti’s screen adaption of the book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda will star Nick Robinson as Simon, the titular character, a closeted gay 17-year-old high school student who’s forced to come […] More

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    Where have all the tv shows gone?

    So here’s something I don’t get — why when the Olympics are broadcast on only one network (NBC) have all networks taken a hiatus? It seems reasonable for networks to continue competing for viewers with new episodes of our favorite shows, instead tv has taken February off. More

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    Gay movies now available on Netflix February 2018

    Netflix has had quite a purge recently and a lot of gay films are no longer available, but fear not, many new movies have been made available, some new and some returning after a break. We recommend checking out the documentary Dream Boat, Irish drama Handsome Devil and I Am Happiness on Earth. The 10 […] More

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