Day: 8 November 2017

  • THE QUEER COOK | The basic curry

    I am a white man from Birmingham who has lived in Devon for the last 26 years. What could I possibly teach you about making a curry… well… I have been fortunate through friends to know people who lived in India at the time of the Raj, in Burma and have friends who are Indian. […]

  • The Queer Cook

    I cook to sustain life because I live on a budget, I find it therapeutic; it is a good way to entertain friends. Living alone and on a small income means I have to derive benefit from every penny and cannot afford to waste money on ready meals or pre-cooked sauces. Four years ago I […]

  • The county clerk who refused gay marriage, is seeking re-election

    Kim Davis, who refused to issue marriage licenses to gay people, is seeking re-election as a county clerk. During 2015, Kim Davies, 52  stubbornly refused to issues marriage permits to gay couples in her state of Kentucky. It’s now come to light that she is running for re-election – despite her jail time. Five couples sued […]

  • THEATRE REVIEW | The Retreat, Park Theatre, Finsbury Park, London

    ★★★★ | The Retreat, Park Theatre, Finsbury Park, London Buddha, Cocaine and a Porn Mag are surprising bedfellows in this funny, warm and thoughtful debut play by Peep-Show co-creator Sam Bain. Luke (Samuel Anderson) is in a Buddhist retreat – his every day a blissful mix of meditation, mindfulness and isolation in the Scottish Highlands. […]

  • FILM REVIEW | Body Electric

    ★★★★ | Body Electric Life is one big party for the characters in the new film Body Electric. Elias (a sexy Keiner Macedo) is the assistant manager in a factory somewhere in Brazil. He’s only 23 and quite young to hold such a responsible job, but his female boss, who is always jet-setting from here […]

  • How gay friendly is Theresa May’s Cabinet

    How gay friendly is Theresa May’s Cabinet

    How has Theresa May’s cabinet voted in gay and LGBT+ issues throughout their time as MPs?