Tagged: lgbt blogathon 2012
For Kyle, life is a series of misunderstandings and hard fought conclusions. Gant’s debut effort is definitely a bold step in the genre and is, in fact, an accurate portrayal of the erratic nature of a teenager growing into his own skin.
The second giveaway to celebrate the YAM LGBT blogathon. Enter to win the mystery/suspense novel Shift by Andrea Speed.
In a time when homosexuality was still very much taboo, Jonathan Demme dares give what many dubbed in the late 80s/early 90s as the “gay plague” very careful consideration, and by extension highlight the element most neglected therein — the human element.
I Love You Phillip Morris is the best film Jim Carrey has done in years and it’s a good reminder of how great he can be when he isn’t doing typical Hollywood comedies.
A bitter Filipino-American gay man exploits Orientalism for revenge and monetary gain.
f(x)’s latest music video is finally out. No pun intended.
Steeped in the Norse mythology of Iceland, James Erich’s story is as much a spiritual awakening as it is a warm embrace for young teens trying to come to grips with their sexuality.
Lena Philipsson got the honor to sing the official 2012 Stockholm Pride song.
First giveaway of the YAM 2012 LGBT blogathon! Enter to win books by author Rowena Sudbury.
Tales of the Waria showcases a snippet in the life of the third gender and tells the stories of three people who seem to be at a very interesting cultural and religious crossroad.