1. Queer Oscars and Spirit Awards Preview 2013


    from Daily Xtra / Added

    Peter Knegt dishes on what's queer at the upcoming Oscars & Spirit Awards. See story here: http://bit.ly/1bgPZFT

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    • Citizen Jane


      from Arun Fryer / Added

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      Canadian Forces Base, 1987 Private Jane Cross is quickly noticed during her training by Master Corporal Maryann Kirk, and for more than her skills on the battlefield. Meanwhile the military police wage a secret war on homosexuals, spying on soldiers suspected of engaging in 'immoral conduct.' If Jane and Maryann are careful, will anyone discover them? Based on true accounts. Please sign our petition to re-instate all soldiers dishonourably discharged from the Canadian Forces because of their sexuality - https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Apologize_for_LGBT_persecution_in_the_Canadian_Forces/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/filmcitizenjane Twitter - https://twitter.com/filmcitizenjane

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      • Integrity USA 40th Anniversary Eucharist Sermon


        from The Episcopal Diocese of NC / Added

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        The Right Reverend Michael Curry, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, preached at Integrity USA's 40th anniversary Eucharist held November 6 at Church of the Good Shepherd in Raleigh.

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        • Homo File- Chronicling the life of Samuel Steward: college professor, author, tattoo artist and sexual rebel (2014)


          from Seth Eisen / Added

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          An ensemble theater piece based on the iconoclastic life of Samuel Steward. Homo File is a daisy chain of astonishing encounters with stars and studs --chronicling the sexy pre-Stonewall life of Steward (1909-1993). Pioneering homoerotic author, Steward was a mentor to Ed Hardy, official tattoo artist for the Hells Angels, and the biggest sexual outlaw to ever teach at a Catholic university. This 20th century icon evolves through his collaboration with sexologist Dr. Alfred Kinsey and friendships with author Gertrude Stein and partner Alice B. Toklas, playwright Thornton Wilder, photographer George Platt Lynes and International Mr. Leather mogul Chuck Renslow. Steward lived his final three decades in the San Francisco Bay Area before dying in his 80s, nearly forgotten. Homo File’s chronological narrative highlights key moments of Steward’s life fusing his writing, journals, drawings and meticulous sexual records into the first staged work about his life. By refusing to submit to social oppression, Steward paved the way for future generations of LGBTQ Civil Rights advocates. Written and directed by Seth Eisen “ [A] multi-media and cross-disciplinary show [Homo File] sports a formidable narrative arc and aesthetic vision as it explores the life of Samuel Steward…Eisen and his winning cast place Steward in a mise-en-scène equally as promiscuous, ranging over dramatic scenes, aerial acrobatics, shadow puppet [sex], and even a hilariously lewd application of the old teacher’s standby, the overhead projector.” – SF Bay Guardian “In Homo File…Seth Eisen puts to use an array of theatrical devices that finds a way to parallel a life lived on so many levels…the only theatrical form worthy of the life of Samuel Steward.” – Bay Area Reporter “An epic saga about a larger than life character…” — 96 Hours, San Francisco Chronicle Eye Zen Presents is a San Francisco-based multidisciplinary ensemble theater company. Original productions focus on recovering the lost histories of LGBTQ ancestors whose lives have been erased from the historical record. Founded by Seth Eisen in 2007, the productions harness and reclaim historic traditions of Queer culture, generating a new body of evidence to provoke essential dialogue and instigate social change. The work communicates across multiple genres and frameworks, expanding the dialogue between the disciplines of theater, visual art and live music.

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          • 13 Sep 2014 - AMPLIFY CONFERENCE- Workshop: Erotic Renewals: Rethinking Sex As LGBTQ Christians - Rev. Joseph Goh


            from Free Community Church / Added

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            We take a theological-pastoral approach in this workshop to reflect deeply on how sex can be a connective strategy with the divine, and how the divine can reside in sexual encounters. This is an avenue for you to (re)think the dynamics of sex as embodied Christians from queer Christian theological perspectives, identify the spiritual dimensions of the sexual act, to rethink notions of sexual guilt and shame, and to map healthy directions for our own sexual lives. 這工作坊以神學牧養為導向,深切反思性愛與神聖如何互相連結,利用這個平台從另類基督神學的觀點重新反思並發掘性愛。

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            • Keshet Awards Ceremony - Jennifer Gorovitz


              from Hunter Boucher / Added

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              • CUTE; I COULD KILL IT BUT I WONT


                from Zachary Hutchinson / Added

                75 Plays / / 0 Comments

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                • Opal


                  from Alexander Zorn / Added

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                  Opal is throwing a dinner party for all of her closest friends! Official Selection of the Crimson Film Festival (2014) and A Red Carpet Affair (2014).

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                  • Sermon: Standing up for your friends


                    from Pilgrim UCC / Added

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                    The Sunday following National Coming Out day, Pilgrim celebrates its annual tradition: Coming Out Sunday. This year, Rev. Madison Shockley addresses the idea that LGBT rights is not just the civil rights issue of our generation, but it is also the theological issue of our generation. Sunday, October 12, 2014 Pilgrim United Church of Christ www.pilgrimucc.org

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                    • Bridging the Gap 2014 Crowdfunding Video


                      from Bridging the Gap / Added

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                      Bridging the Gap, now in it’s fourth year, is a twelve-week intergenerational LGBTQ theater project, offered free to participants. During the course of weekly workshops held in Chelsea, group members collaborate to create an original 45-minute play through improvisation, group reflection, and revision. The show presents issues and ideas that matter to our participants. Group members also build theater skills, celebrate difference, challenge their assumptions about age and have fun! Aboard the Raging Queen promises to be a thought provoking and funny show depicting a diverse group of original characters as they navigating their way around the LGBTQ cruise ship, The Raging Queen! The performance is free and it is followed by a post-show audience talk-back with the cast and the co-directors. Come, find out what happens when people of vastly different ages work, play and create together.

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