If queer folk can be who they are almost anywhere, why do they still love to create specific queer-friendly spaces for themselves? And, for young gay people coming out today, what is queer culture all about? Earshot’s Homotopia takes a closer look at queer culture, nearly five decades after the birth of gay liberation and the Stonewall riots. (Andrew Solomon appears in Part One.)
Homotopia: A Love Story, Part One
It’s been 49 years since gay liberation. Now, queer folk can be who they are almost anywhere, so why do they still love to create specific ‘queer-friendly’ spaces for themselves?
Homotopia: A Love Story, Part Two
Many of us have heard stories about the difficulty of coming out as a gay person. But how do their families experience the coming out process?
LGBTI Elders Dance Club
At a special seniors’ social night LGBTI elders, ranging in age from 60 to 90, hit the dancefloor.