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How has your week been? Mine seems to have flown by, it feels like just moments ago that I hung up my headphones after last Friday's radio show.
I've got another packed edition of The Queerly Newsletter for you today.
Speaking of packed, it features Tom Daley's latest magazine cover, a developing news story about OnlyFans and, StreamLover with Nicole Kidman's big new show and the return of a huge female solo artist.
I'll be discussing all this and more, as well as playing some fantastic new music on The Queerly Radio Show today from 5pm BST on TuneIn and at queerlyradio.com. Do join me if you can and get in touch on WhatsApp with your messages and requests.
Have a fabulous weekend!
Tom Daley is the cover star of the Autumn 2021 issue of Wonderland magazine, complete with Olympic gold medal and that infamous Tokyo 2020 cardigan (and if you really squint a pair of swimming trunks).
The subscriber-only website synonymous with pornography, has announced it will ban adult material from the site after pressure from its payment processors.
The company will continue to allow some posts containing nudity but “any content containing sexually-explicit conduct” will be banned, with the site instead focusing on more mainstream content.
The London-headquartered outlet has exploded in popularity during lockdown, bringing in billions of pounds of revenue as more than 130 million users signed up to subscribe to content or pay to chat with “creators”.
Changing Rooms, the 90s television sensation, is back! Now on Channel 4 and with an almost entirely new line-up of presenters; the show sets out to transform the homes of ordinary people, sometimes with disastrous results.
Among the new presenters is Naked Attraction’s Anna Richardson, who revealed all to Queerly about the new series.
Hard to believe it is 10 years since Little Mix were formed during X Factor judges houses in Mykonos, but it is true! To celebrate the occasion, they have announced their new album ‘Between Us’ will be released in November.
It’s been a long wait for fans of Sink The Pink, but now the iconic party brand is back with RAYE and Bimini Bon Boulash headlining its biggest event ever!
Something very exciting for fans of Big Little Lies and The White Lotus comes to Prime Video UK and Hulu this weekend. Based on Liane Moriarty's bestseller, Nine Perfect Strangers sees a group of wealthy Americans checking into a holistic wellness centre, ruled over by Nicole Kidman's Russian émigré guru Masha.
The supporting cast features Luke Evans, Samara Weaving, Manny Jacinto and Melissa McCarthy - who seems to be lapping up all of the praise in early reviews.
Once this group of guests checks in, they have no idea what's about to hit them.
Lorde is back with her long-awaited third album which brings with it a significant shift in sound from it's predecessor Melodrama. Sonically it is perfect for a lazy sunny day in the garden while the albums lyrics see Lorde reflecting on the impact of global fame at such a young age.
Having exhausted all episodes of the original Below Deck, I have now moved on to the Mediterranean variant which is proving to be equally brilliant. You might want to skip over season one as Med really comes into its own with the arrival of Captain Sandy (above). Season 4 and 5 are available on All4, while the rest can be found on streaming service HayU.
I have just finished this collection of short stories which offers an expansive portrait of the lives of Cambodian-Americans. Focusing on the children of refugees, the stories show them carving out radical new paths for themselves in California, while shouldering the inherited weight of the Khmer Rouge genocide and grappling with the complexities of race, sexuality, friendship and family.
The stories in Afterparties deliver an explosive introduction to the work of Anthony Veasna So, who sadly died last year without seeing the publication of his debut collection.
Anthony Veasna So: A Rising Star’s Career Was Cut Short. His Impact Is Just Beginning. — www.nytimes.com Anthony Veasna So died before the release of his first book, “Afterparties,” but his loved ones, mentors and newfound fans are making it a particularly significant debut.
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