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Bette vs Joan: why gays love a good feud

 
The feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford has provided gay men with infinite joy for over 50 years. It’s now been turned into an FX

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Gays.com review: Xavier Dolan's 'It’s Only the End of the World.'

 
Families: can’t live with them, can’t live without them – at least certainly not in the world of Xavier Dolan. Gays.com's Alex Hopkins

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Fighting back: how LGBT people beat the horrors of colonialization

 
Alex Hopkins looks at two films from this year’s BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival which show the LGBT community at its most powerful

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Bette vs Joan: why gays love a good feud

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The feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford has provided gay men with infinite joy for over 50 years. It’s now been turned into an FX series starring Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange

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Gays.com review: Xavier Dolan's 'It’s Only the End of the World.'

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Families: can’t live with them, can’t live without them – at least certainly not in the world of Xavier Dolan. Gays.com's Alex Hopkins reviews Dolan’s latest film; It’s Only the End of

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Fighting back: how LGBT people beat the horrors of colonialization

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Alex Hopkins looks at two films from this year’s BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival which show the LGBT community at its most powerful as it battles the legacy of

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Last Men Standing Review: BFI Flare LGBT Film Festival

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Last Men Standing, which premiered at this year’s BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival, is a deeply sensitive portrait of long-term HIV survivors, says Alex Hopkins

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BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival 2017

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One of the most significant and longstanding LGBT film events in the world, BFI Flare 2017 will include over 50 features, more than 100 shorts and a wide range of special events.

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When any hole’s the goal…

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What happens when a rampant top can’t find a bottom who grips like a vice? Gays.com takes a look at the high-tech sex toy wankathons offered by Fleshjacks...



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Moonlight review: the finest LGBT-themed movie in years

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Barry Jenkins’ Oscar-winning film Moonlight is the finest LGBT-themed film in years – and essential viewing, says Gays.com's Alex Hopkins.

Growing up gay is still difficult

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Review: 'Call me a Ghost' by Noel Alejandro is no ordinary porn movie

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Gays.com recently caught up with independent gay filmmaker Noel Alejandro in Barcelona to talk about the philosophy behind his films.  Gays.com writer Steffen Hafenmayer reviews Noel's latest

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Gay London: Gays.com's top nightlife picks

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Gay London has undergone massive changes in recent years. Gay bars have closed not just in Soho, but also in other parts of the city – despite this, south and east London remain hotspots

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Review: Vault139 - London Gay Cruise Bar

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Gays.com reviews Vault139, one of London's most famous gay cruise bars.

There was a time, in the days before hook-up apps like Grindr, when gay men went out and met one

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London’s Gay Saunas: A Guide

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Look at the website of any gay sauna in the world and they’ll either describe themselves as 'the best' or 'the busiest' - then you walk through the door and find the only cocks there are,

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Stories of defiance and courage: LGBT rights around the world

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Gays.com writer Alex Hopkins reviews two films at this year’s BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival - 'The Trans Sex Workers of Istanbul' and 'Right of Passage' - which highlight the plight

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Secret history of the dildo

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The dildo is the oldest sex toy available. But what are its origins and how has it evolved over time? Alex Hopkins traces the dawn of the dildo.

The trusted dildo now comes in

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Review: The Boys in the Band

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When Mart Crowley’s play The Boys in the Band opened off-Broadway in 1968, gay liberation was yet to happen - but less than a year later, while the play was still enjoying its lengthy

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Almodóvar’s Julieta reviewed

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Legendary Spanish filmmaker, Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film is a radical departure from 2013's I’m So Excited – but all the stronger for it, says Alex Hopkins.
 
In his

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