Day: 24 August 2015

  • Celebrity Big Bro House Gets A US Vs UK Make Over

    The brand new Celebrity Big Brother has been revealed and it’s distinctively Red, White And Blue as Big Brother smashes the UK and USA together. As these pictures show Celebrity Big Brother has gone all Red, White and Blue, underpinned with quintessential British accents and lots of Americana thrown in for good measure. Although Rylan […]

  • RESTAURANT REVIEW | Gaylord, London

    In the Oxford Circus area lies a rather well renowned traditional Indian cuisine restaurant, Gaylord. A typical Indian restaurant vibe via both decor and ambience, which soon filled to maximum capacity on a Tuesday eve, and after 48 years of trading, it’s evident the restaurant has built up many fans. A bottle of Prosecco to […]

  • US Defies Anti-Gay Laws With Screening Of Gay Film

    The US Embassy looks like it will defy anti-gay laws in Russia by adding a screening of I AM MICHAEL to a film festival it is sponsoring in September. Amfest, which will run from the 16-27th September in Moscow and St. Petersburg announced that it added Justin Kelly’s directorial debut, I Am Michael, starring James […]

  • Top 5 Best And Worst Fictional LGBT Film And TV Characters

    With LGBT characters starting to become far more mainstream in recent years, I want to take a look at how well they are portrayed. So I’m going to list my 5 best examples of LGBT characters and my 5 worst, based on their iconic status or accurate portrayal. For this list I’m using the characters […]

  • Man Jailed For Life After Brutal Attack On Young Gay Man

    A Leeds man has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the brutal murder of a young gay student who was dumped under railway arches. Richard Dennis Langdon Danter, a 31-year-old Leeds man, savagely beat and stamped on the former student, Billy Makelow, 20, until he was unconscious, before dumping his half naked body on the […]

  • FILM REVIEW | Ang Lee Trilogy

    Ang Lee is perhaps best known in the LGBT community as the director of Brokeback Mountain, for which he won the Best Director Oscar back in 2005. 10 years later comes the DVD release of his first three films, known as “The Father Knows Best” trilogy, which share several cast members and explores tensions between […]

  • REVIEW: L’escargot Upstairs Private Members Club

    Is Soho artistically dead? Hardly. Greek Street’s L’escargot – the superlative, French restaurant open since 1927 – has opened a sumptuously upscale, deeply gay-friendly, member’s club. And it’s crucially needed, because frankly, Soho was looking tired, tattered and – most shockingly – decayed, the worst crime imaginable for a hedonistic paradise. Like other endangered species, […]

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