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History
The Unreal Story of Claude Cahun, the Lesbian Photographer Who Fought Off the Nazis

The story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore sounds nearly improbable: two Jewish stepsisters-slash-lovers who lived as old ladies and wrote anti-Nazi propaganda!

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Film
French Miniseries ‘Proud’ Follows a Family During Crucial Moments for LGBTQ Rights

The three-part French miniseries Fiertés, released in the United States as Proud in select cities’ virtual cinemas through Kino Marquee, tells one family’s story over 30 years against the backdrop of three important gay rights decisions in France. It’s a microcosm of struggle where the personal is very much political, and[…]

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Comics
These Comics Perfectly Capture the Everyday Life of a Geeky Gay Guy and His Boyfriend

One of the artists leading this charge is Song Inkollo, who documents his own day-to-day existence through his clever and heartwarming gay comic strips

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Film
Ozon’s Latest, ‘By the Grace of God,’ Eyes a Catholic Church Sex Scandal Through Three Men

Ozon’s ‘By the Grace of God’ narrates a fight to bring to justice an accused Catholic priest through the lens of three characters.

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