Oh queer slang! Gotta love it. Here are some lesbian slang terms and what they mean, in honour of Pride – which wasn’t quite as cheerful as usual this year. From the classic u-hauling to beaver damming, which of these do you know and which ones do you know that we missed?
Despite having very different upbringings, Whitney and Jade exhibit their ability to meet in the middle with their different perspectives. The couple shows their unique and special commitment to each other as they explore what connects them and the beautiful changes that have come along with it.
Hayley Kiyoko performs 5 songs for the 50th Anniversary of San Francisco Pride! SAN FRANCISCO LGBT PRIDE Edited by Trenton Barboza Arrangement by Max Bernstein for DKM Live! Drums – Valerie Franco Guitar & Synth – Lawrence Carroll IV Keys & Backup vocal – Nikki Flores
Jessica Kellgren-Fozard tells us about the History of Queer Coding. Queer coding is the subtextual portrayal of a queer character in the media whose identity is not explicitly confirmed within canon. This concept refers to a character that encapsulates what might be considered “queer traits” that are recognizable to the audience, but are never labeled or claimed by the […]
Nina and Madeleine, two retired women, have been secretly deeply in love for decades. From everybody’s point of view, including Madeleine’s family, they are simply neighbors living on the top floor of their building. They come and go between their two apartments, sharing the tender delights of everyday life together. Until the day their relationship […]
Check out the love story between Ellie and Dina from the game ‘The Last of Us Part 2’ This cut of The Last Of Us 2 by Gamer’s Little Playground specifically focuses on Ellie and Dina’s relationship. While not every single scene involving Ellie and Dina are in here, They wanted to capture the important […]
SUMMER OF MESA, the new film by Josh Cox, is about a precocious girl named Lily (Molly Miles) who befriends an enigmatic girl her age named Mesa (Andrea Granera). Through their shared time biking the quaint land and exploring the depths of their true selves; they unearth powerful feelings for each other, only to be […]
The comedic journey of Jess who has recently returned to the dating scene. After the break-up of a long-term relationship, Jess awkwardly tries to embrace her newly found singleness. One day Jess was approached by her cousin, Kristen who is eager to play matchmaker and her efforts only lead Jess down a path of confusion […]
Failing to deal with her own frustrations, Sara blows up at Ally causing her to leave. Will the distance prove too much for the couple or will the absence make their hearts grow … New Wind Productions and Old Neighborhood Films Starring Sue Kessler and Tali de Assis With Chris Bethune Directed by Nick Rapuano
In July 2019, Outfest Los Angeles hosted the World Premiere of Elegance Bratton’s remarkable documentary, Pier Kids, a years-in-the-making effort about the queer and trans youth living at New York City’s Christopher Street Pier. It has since had a successful run on the film festival circuit, but distribution remains elusive. Bratton is joined by his […]
“Did You Feel That Too?” Directed by Samaria Burgess Written by Samaria Burgess DP: Luke Risher and Jordan Moore Editors: Francois Gatsinzi and Luke Risher Set in the present, the story is of two young women who meet by chance in a diner on a late evening. Their infatuation with one another leads to a […]
From award-winning writer/director Wendy Jo Carlton, (Easy Abby, Jamie and Jessie are Not Together), comes this fresh, romantic ride, brimming with mind games and erotic tension. Kate and Jenna attempt to spice up their relationship by opening it up to a third, and plan a date with the enchanting Mia. Jenna becomes enthralled with Mia’s […]
This documentary shares the untold story of Phyllis Papps and Francesca Curtis, the first lesbian couple to come out on national Australian television almost fifty years ago. Putting everything on the line, Phyllis and Francesca appeared on This Day Tonight’s interview about lesbianism and unpredictably became the face of change, creating Australia’s first gay political rights group, now […]
When 17-year-old Sam finally works up the courage to come out to her conservative parents, having ruminated over the consequences and expecting the worst, she is met with an unexpectedly positive reaction from her parents. Perhaps too positive to be true… Directed, written, produced, edited by Maxim Varen Co-producer: Michael Sasaki Starring: Liz Richman, Rebecca […]
Modern Romantic Comedy “TELL ME I LOVE YOU” tells the story of 3 Malibu best friends, roommates and bandmates discovering their dreams and discovering love with a crazy plot to make some cash on the way, set to release on VOD and DVD June 2nd with special virtual screening event Q&As, courtesy of Vision Films. […]
Damsel is a LGBTQ lesbian / bisexual short film about how excessive flirting easily can be used against you. Kind of. Honestly, it’s just about two girls being gay for each other in a trashy bus station because why not? DAMSEL PART 2 IS COMING SOON! Stay tuned for more Spencer, Robin, and just general […]
Have You Seen Her? is a LGBTQ lesbian / bisexual short film that deals with mental health, sexuality, and identity. Hennie, a withdrawn workaholic, seemingly has everything under control. But just as her relationship with Ebba, the girl she’s dating in secret, is getting serious, Hennie’s life starts spiraling.
Lily is a precocious teen who spends her summers on Cape Cod. One summer, she meets a confident older girl named Mesa and the two become fast friends. Their magnetic attraction unearths powerful feelings for each other, only to be ripped away by the natural enemy of time.