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Quick Documentary Review – Passing

Passing” is a 2015 Canadian documentary directed by J. Mitchel Reed & Lucah Rosenberg Lee. It follows three black trans men and how their transitions affect how they navigate through the world. The full documentary can be found at: You get to ask questions of yourself, and you get to discover who you are. […]

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Series Review: Fellow Travelers

Fellow Travelers is a 2023 historical romance series that is based on the 2008 book by Thomas Mallon of the same name. Fellow Travelers is available with a subscription to Paramount+ that specifically includes Showtime access. As this series includes profanity, sexual content, homophobic language, moments of suicidal ideation, and depictions of smoking, drug and […]

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Quick Short Review – Bros Before

Short content warning for language and some sexual scenes. “Bro’s Before” is an American rom-com short film directed by Henry Hanson that was released in 2022. Best friends Elijah and Billy are watching a show together until it eventually leads to them hooking up. They have a good time and you would think it would […]

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Quick Webseries Review: The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo

“The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo” is an American comedy web series created by Brian Jordan Alvarez in 2016. The series follows Caleb Gallo, a twenty-something year old gay man figuring out his love life alongside his friend group of queer actors in Los Angeles. Queerness can be messy, and that’s ok. If […]

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Quick Movie Review – Wildwood

Wildhood is a Canadian coming-of-age drama film directed, written, and produced by Bretten Hannam in 2021. Trigger warning for domestic violence. Lincoln, also known as Link, is a hot headed but kind hearted young adult who lives with his abusive white father, Arvin, and his half-brother, Travis. Link’s mother, Sarah, is Mi’kmaq (one of the […]

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Quick Film Review: Kapaemahu

“Kapaemahu” is a 2020 animated short film directed and produced by Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, Dean Hamer, and Joe Wilson. The film explores the legends surrounding four mysterious stones on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, which are believed to have the healing powers from four healers from ancient times. The healers embodied both masculine and feminine energies and […]

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Volunteer Moderators wanted!

You can make a difference in the lives of countless LGBTQ+ youth from your own home.  We’re currently looking for two new moderators to facilitate two of our weekly chatrooms.  Volunteer position is remote, so you can do it from anywhere.Our youth chatrooms are amazing communities.  Young people from all over are able to gather […]

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Quick Book Review: Two Boys Kissing

by David LevithanPublished in 2013, David Levithan’s multi award-winning teen novel, Two Boys Kissing, follows the story of Harry and Craig as they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest kiss. The narrative voice of this text is unique as the story is told from the perspective of a group of gay […]

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