On Thursday June 25th, the Queer Artists And Drag Queens’ City Takeover will take place in Tel Aviv, during which over 100 drag queens and queer artists will take over the city’s streets in honour of Pride Month. Throughout the day, live shows will surprise passers-by in central locations around the city, including open Continue Reading
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We all love receiving a parcel and our editor Rob Harkavy is no exception. A couple of days ago he received a wonderful gift from psychologist, agony aunt and sex & relationships expert Dr Pam Spurr.
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The most excellent Scott McGlynn shoots the lockdown breeze with our own Rob Harkavy in THIS video.
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When Naomi Bennett found herself increasingly frustrated by the lack of readily-available lesbian themed movies, she decided to do something about it.