Me: How often do you watch porn?
Lesbian Friend: Never really. I watched that one I lent you because I liked the filmmaker.
Me: So you don’t watch porn when you masturbate?
Lesbian Friend: No. I watch Xena!
Last week I blogged about how a 3D softcore porn took over the Hong Kong box office. Since then porn has become a somewhat popular topic among me and my
Lebanese lesbian friends. Continue reading
Queerious interviewed prolific and popular queer filmmaker Rob Williams. Rob and his partner Rodney Johnson founded Guest House Films in 2005 and since then Rob has produced, wrote and directed an impressive slate of five queer features: Long Term Relationship (2006), Back Soon (2007), 3-Day Weekend (2008), Make the Yuletide Gay (2009) and Role/Play (2010). I have been on the same festival circuit with Role/Play but ironically I haven’t yet bumped into Rob. We caught up through Facebook where he kindly accepted an interview request from me.
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