Tagged: lgbt blogathon 2011
Spider Lilies follows a young woman who spends her nights on sexy live webcams for some money, and a quiet tattoo artist, who might have been or not her first love.
It’s all fun and games until it becomes reality, and then you are left with a bitter taste. It’s like playing with fire, but as soon as you get burned, you back out and start blaming the fire.
Splendid Float follows Roy, a taoist priest by day and a drag queen performer by night, and his relationship with the chill Sunny.
Show Me Love is the story of two apparently different girls, Elin and Agnes, whom after a mocking incident, start changing their views of themselves and how people may perceive them.
Les Chansons d’Amour is the story of Ismael, who is avoiding commitment with his long-time girlfriend Julie, until events in his life push him to explore the reasons why he never settle down.
Min-soo is ditched by his younger brother when they’re heading to the public bathhouse, but there he meets the bathhouse’s scrubber.
Boys Don’t Cry is an American crime-romance-drama film based on the real-life story of Brandon Teena, a transgender man who falls in love with a young woman.
Be Like Others is an interesting documentary that sheds some light into Iran’s stand on transsexuality, which lets individuals that want to change their gender get operated, opening a whole new can of worms.
In preparations for the school’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream play, Timothy mixes a magic potion that can make anyone fall in love with the first person their eyes meet, setting out to enchant Timothy, and turning everyone in town gay.
Min-soo and Seok-i are two lovers who want to get together for Min-soo’s military leave, but his mother shows up unannounced.