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.
USA, 2012

Call Me Kuchu

Call Me Kuchu

Katherine Fairfax Wright, Malika Zouhali-Worrall

USA, 2012

The Right to Love: An American Family

The Right to Love: An American Family

Cassie Jaye

USA, 2012

Love Free or Die

Love Free or Die

Macky Alston

USA, 2012

Free Havana

Free Havana

Eliezer Pérez Angueira

USA, 2012

Mohammed to May

Mohammed to May

Jeff Roy

USA, 2012

Jobriath A.D.

Jobriath A.D.

Kieran Turner

USA, 2012

United in Anger: A History of ACT UP

United in Anger: A History of ACT UP

Jim Hubbard

USA, 2012

Break Through

Break Through

D. Ensemble

USA, 2012

Sexing The Transman

Sexing The Transman

Buck Angel

USA, 2012

Maraquita

Maraquita

Bill Bilowit

USA, 2013

Out in the Open

Out in the Open

Matthew Smith

USA, 2013

Before You Know It

Before You Know It

PJ Raval

USA, 2013

God Loves Uganda

God Loves Uganda

Roger Ross Williams

USA, 2013

I Am Divine

I Am Divine

Jeffrey Schwarz

USA, 2013

Face 2 Face

Face 2 Face

Katherine Brooks

USA, 2013

Continental

Continental

Malcolm Ingram

USA, 2013

Valentine Road

Valentine Road

Marta Cunningham

USA, 2013

The Rugby Player

The Rugby Player

Scott Gracheff