Aim of this website is that to create ways to question thinking about queer theory, how to form attitudes towards information production while making it easier to think about queer theory, witnessing primarily local pressures that are upon queer subjectivities and their experience against violence and the solutions they find against this violence, seeing how they stand common ideas and fight them.
England, 1991

Khush

Khush

Pratibha Parmar

USA, 1992

It Wasn't Love

It Wasn't Love

Sadie Benning

USA, 1990

Honored by the Moon

Honored by the Moon

Mona Smith

USA, 1988

Her Giveaway: A Spiritual Journey With AIDS

Her Giveaway: A Spiritual Journey With AIDS

Mona Smith

USA, 1992

Framing Lesbian Fashion

Framing Lesbian Fashion

Karen Everett

England, 1992

Double The Trouble, Twice The Fun

Double The Trouble, Twice The Fun

Pratibha Parmar

USA, 1992

Bittersweet

Bittersweet

Alice B Brave

USA, 1983

If She Grows Up Gay

If She Grows Up Gay

Karen Sloe Goodman

USA, 1991

L Is For The Way You Look

L Is For The Way You Look

Jean Carlomusto

England, 1989

Bathroom Gender

Bathroom Gender

Carol Ashley, Kathy Clark

USA, 1990

I Got This Way From Kissin' Girls

I Got This Way From Kissin' Girls

Julie Butler

USA, 1981

Sync Touch

Sync Touch

Barbara Hammer

USA, 1974

Dyketactics

Dyketactics

Barbara Hammer

Canada, 1987

Frankly, Shirley

Frankly, Shirley

Margaret Moores

Australia, 1983

Born in Flames

Born in Flames

Lizzie Borden

Canada, 1990

AnOther Love Story: Women And AIDS

AnOther Love Story: Women And AIDS

Gabrielle Micallef, Debbie Douglas

England, 1991

Women Like That

Women Like That

Suzanne Neild

Canada, 1991

Bodies In Trouble

Bodies In Trouble

Marusia Bociurkiw

USA, 1991

She Don't Fade

She Don't Fade

Cherly Dunye

Canada, 2012

POW On the Campaign Trail

POW On the Campaign Trail

Angelina Cantada