Entrepreneur Diane Lusk of Ladies recalls her first exposure to the club scene for gay women: it was several decades ago at "some hole in the wall," a moment in time that actually induced her to bite her finger and say to herself, "This isn't me. The Recover with Pride program will fill a gap in the addiction service delivery system that currently exists for sexual minorities in the state. Out In Jersey.
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Yesterday, I was looking around for stories to share and came across the fact that three new episodes of the web series Jaded have been published. The series takes a hard look at the hookup scene in San Francisco. Primarily, this is done through a main character who both engages in it and also wants to leave it.
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CLAIREvoyant is a feministy, queer webseries about two best friends and their adventures in life, dating, and finding out your psychic powers kicked in on your 25th birthday. Thankfully, I was so wrong. Talking with three of the stars of trans-created webseries Her Story about love, representation, staffing a set with trans women and so much more.
The Horizon is a web series which premiered on YouTube. Seasons 2, 3 and 4 were written and directed by Boaz Stark and produced by Brian Cobb and his company Cobbstar Productions. Brian had two short films chosen and screened at the and Cannes film festival.
We watched hundreds of shows so you didn't have to and here's our discriminating guide to the best and the rest. However there is one place, in terms of entertainment, where queer voices are getting louder and louder, and that place is the realm of the web series. Oh yes, the web series.
Hosted by Lindsay, a queer person from New York City, the goal of this project is to provide positive representation for young kids, especially ones who are questioning their identities. The webseries also raises its own money on Patreon. The latest episode of Queer Kid Stuff is a resource for teachers on making their classrooms more queer-inclusive.
Filmmakers have taken it upon themselves to fill the missing man-on-man love by creating their own web series. Web series are considered by many to be a recent phenomenon that is filling video hosting websites with low-budget entertainment. In actual fact, one of the first web series, The Spot, was released in !