Bruce LaBruce's twisted twins tale SAINT-NARCISSE gives new meaning to the phrase "go f*** yourself."
Film critic Paolo Kagaoan joins Courtney to discuss Sean Baker's Tangerine!
Film explores the pleasures and perils of hook-up culture.
New series screens queer classics and contemporary faves.
Manveer Heir wants to be at the forefront of making video games with more diverse characters and developers at the forefront. The companies at the top of the billion-dollar industry are moving in this direction, he said, but at a “snail’s pace” – so he sought out to find others who wanted the same as […]
Castle Waiting represents the ideal, cooperative, egalitarian society in miniature, and the Solicitine Order is a blueprint for how the feminist movement should behave.
With the 24th annual Inside Out Film Festival kicking off tonight, here are five films you won't want to miss at this year's showcase of the best in LGBT themed films.
Spandex superheroes still dominate the market, but the people behind the masks are slowly becoming as diverse as the people reading each issue.
Dork Shelf talks to filmmakers Katherine Fairfax Wright & Malika Zouhali-Worrall about their work on the documentary Call Me Kuchu where they look at efforts in Uganda tried to make homosexuality punishable by imprisonment and death and those who stood in opposition to the government. It's an incredibly story with a lot of parallels to what's currently happening in Russia.
We take a look at some of the offerings at the 23rd annual Toronto Inside Out LGBT film festival, including Peaches Does Herself, Valentine Road, Schoolgirl Complex, The Rugby Player, Interior. Leather Bar, The Most Fun I've Ever Had with My Clothes One, I am Devine, and I Stand Corrected.
Jaime Woo is best known to Toronto gamers as one of the co-founders of Gamercamp, but he’s recently expanded his organizational portfolio with forallgamerssake, an art exhibit that seeks to explore the roles of gender and queerness in video games. We spoke with Jaime prior to the exhibit’s debut at the CSI Annex in Toronto, and what follows is a frequently hilarious and consistently uncompromising conversation about equality and representation in games, with detours for everything from Mass Effect 3 to condom warfare.