The last time I saw Macau ( A Última Vez Que Vi Macau ) is a “film essay”, following a man’s return after thirty years of absence to the ex-Portuguese colony – this time to help a friend in need.
A middle aged writer falls for a young hustler… Both embark on a shaky, mismatched relationship… A highly sexually charged, Brazilian film, with lots of potential. #AyaArcos #gaymovie #brazil … review coming soon A photo posted by Urbangay (@urbangayblog) on
I’m still a few months away from my leaving date, and therefore I’m still “wrapping up” a lot of things on the work front. Probably the one I was looking forward to with most trepidation was a final trip to
More as a convenient list for me really… here are some of the LGBTI+ events taking place (as far as I can find them) in and around Lisbon in 2016: 25 – 30 May 2016 Lisbon Bear Pride 18 June:
So it is reset time … and while it sadly isn’t as quick and easy to “reset” a life as it is to wipe a blog out of the digital cosmos, the preparation for the final reset is something that
Sometimes in life we just need a reset… A real drastic change, where everything old is thrown out – and we make room for all the new, and hopefully better. I’m at such a point right now… and so I