Season 2 of “Love, Victor” is out now! Follow this post for weekly updates of my review of this show as Victor and Benji’s relationship is set to go public at school, Mia continues to struggle with that and everything else going on in her life, and both Victor’s parents try to put on brave faces through their separation and after their son’s coming out.
“A change is yet to come” marks IDAHOT (International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia), focusing on the dilemma gay, British-born Chinese English teacher Alex Chang faces at work in Shanghai, China.
“Love, Victor”, the spin-off series to the film “Love, Simon”, has debuted on Disney+. Follow this post to read more about it as new episodes are released each week!
Russell T Davies’ new drama It’s A Sin has got tongues wagging and hearts wrenching. These 7 stigmas and sins show us what life was like for those living through the rise of the AIDS pandemic in the 1980s.
Boris Johnson considers himself a “Sinophile”, admitting racism exists in the UK but believes it isn’t a racist country. But when will he admit his past racist, xenophobic views are what have helped shape and uphold a racist Britain in 2020?
What does the casting of Korean actress Claudia Kim as Nagini in human form mean for the portrayal of Asian women in Hollywood films and has J.K. Rowling’s recent claims of diversity within her works been no more than a longing to pander and be inclusive since the Harry Potter books?
Gays and fashion are seen to go hand in hand but when big fashion retailers release Pride-inspired collections to appeal to us, are they doing it because they really care or just for the extra profit and recognition?
She may have been the greatest vocalist of all time but Whitney’s personal troubles and life were constantly under scrutiny. Should the rumours of her sexuality be held against her and continuously brought up to besmirch her name?