Film/TV Pop Culture 

Queer Disney: Our Favourite LGBTQ Characters

Ursula, The Little Mermaid The bitter sea-witch has possibly been the most famous lesbian character. Her look, character and personality is based on the famous drag queen, Divine. Rocking her short white hair and that saucy black number, Ursula embraces a curvaceous and stereotypical lesbian look – but does so with dark humour and sassiness. Remember darlings! It’s all about body language. Pleakley, Lilo and Stitch Think RuPaul is the queen of drag? Think again! The male alien brings the fiercest looks in Lilo and Stitch. His shrill voice and…

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Celebrities Film/TV Pop Culture 

Top Love Island 2017 Social Media Reactions

Here’s our top reactions and memes from twitter for Love Island 2017… Who could it possibly be? “Right, you have to kiss the girl who you think ran through a field of wheat on a night out” #LoveIsland pic.twitter.com/hBdc1ALJ4I — Love Island (@LoveIslandNot) June 7, 2017 We thought we’d seen her before… Remember Roxy from Tracy Beaker, this is her now. Feel old yet? #LoveIsland pic.twitter.com/zNWSIkBF8y — Love Island (@LoveIslandNot) June 7, 2017 Did you know Marcel was in Blazin’ Squad? This has killed me 😂 #BlazinSquad #Loveisland pic.twitter.com/noJG41CizV —…

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Film/TV Homophobia LGBT Pop Culture 

Beauty and the Beast Controversy?

With the release of the highly anticipated live action Beauty and the Beast, there was always bound to be some kind of controversy, I mean, when isn’t there? Well this time, the reason for this was the gay scene that appears in the film, as well as the suggestions that the character LeFou is gay throughout the film. After the news that the films release would be postponed due to these scenes in places such as Malaysia where homosexuality is still illegal. But of course, Disney being Disney, they refused…

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Gay Scenes in TV

We take a look at the top gay scenes in TV, including American Gods, Looking and more! American Gods Season 1 – Episode 3 To the surprise of many, including the author – Neil Gaiman himself, the sex scene between Salim, an Omani salesman and a Jinn, essentially a Genie, made it from paper to screen. Bryan Fuller, the series gay showrunner requested a reshoot. Fuller told Vulture that: “unless he has a 12-inch, candy-cane cock and can fuck around corners, his dick’s not getting in him. So you guys need…

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