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“Star Wars: The Acolyte“, the new Disney+ series, is likely to include LGBTQ+ elements. Writer/director, Leslye Headland talks with the Advocate here about what to expect from the series.
Marvel’s series, “Loki“, featuring Tom Hiddleston as bisexual god Loki, is proving popular with audiences on Disney+. Director, Kate Herron told Collider that there is a chance of Loki getting a boyfriend in the second season.
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The official trailer for Marvel’s “Eternals” is available on YouTube here. The film includes a gay couple played by Brian Tyree Henry and Haaz Sleiman and will premiere at cinemas in November.
“Word of Honor“, the 36-episode gay Chinese fantasy drama is now available on Netflix. I really recommend it, although I should mention that it has some very sad moments.
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Kevin Feige, the President of Marvel Studios, has told Entertainment Weekly that gay superhero Wiccan – who appeared in “WandaVision” as a child – might appear in one of the upcoming Marvel series. You can read the full article here.
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M/M ‘Comfort Re-read’ recommendations by Kaje Harper at Prism Book Alliance here.
K J Charles has a post here about her upcoming M/M trilogy, “Sins of the Cities”, with some beautiful illustrations.
Judith of Binge on Books has written a couple of new articles for USA Today recommending M/M SF books here and M/M books with geeky heroes here.
The closure of gay publishing company Samhain will make many M/M novels by popular authors unavailable, at least for the present time. There’s a blog post by K J Charles here about how it will affect her books and one by Kaje Harper here.
February is LGBT History month so there have been a variety of articles and events for this across the world.
The Church of England voted in favour of LGBT marriage, refusing to endorse a report by the House of Bishops condemning it.
Popular M/M Novels Released in February
“Imago” by N R Walker
“After the Fire” by Felice Stevens
“An Unseen Attraction” by K J Charles
“Code Silver” by Max Walker
“Yes, Professor” by Renae Kaye
“Between These Sheets” by Devon McCormack
“Weight for Happiness” by Jason Collins
“Beau and the Beast” by Kay Simone