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Top Ten Films for Gays to Watch This Winter

From modern classics to neo love-stories, these are the Top Ten LGBTQ+ films to watch this winter.

1) Call Me By Your Name (2017)

The tentative romance at the heart of Call Me By Your Name is one of the most moving and convincing coming-of-age love stories Hollywood has produced in the last 10 years. Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer both deliver timeless performances and the pair’s love story is as intoxicating as the heat of the woozy Italian summer it’s set against.

2) God’s Own Country (2017)

This critically-lauded story of a Yorkshire farmhand who develops an unexpected and profound relationship with Romanian migrant worker made a big impact upon its release in 2017, featuring one of the most tender romances in recent memory. The film also cleaned up at the Evening Standard film awards where it won the Best Film prize.

3) Moonlight (2016)

This semi-autobiographical tale from Barry Jenkins is a profound portrait of burgeoning sexuality and masculinity in poverty-stricken Miami. The movie follows a young black man discovering his identity against the backdrop of personal and socioeconomic struggle and it was one of the most moving film experiences of 2017. 

4) Bent (1997)

Bent shines a harrowing light on how gay people were treated under Nazi rule. Based on Martin Sherman’s play, Clive Owen stars as a gay man living in 1930s Berlin, sent to Dachau concentration camp where he falls in love with a fellow prisoner. The star-studded cast is completed by Sir Ian McKellen, Jude Law, Mick Jagger and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

5) My Own Private Idaho (1991)

River Phoenix gives one of the most memorable performances of his tragically short career in 1991’s My Own Private Idaho, playing a gay hustler and sex worker suffering with narcolepsy who falls for Keanu Reeves’ conman Scott Favor. It has to go on record as one of the most significant LGBTQ+ films of the decade, which takes a closer look at those on the margins of society.

6) Brokeback Mountain (2005)

Starring Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain proved a landmark moment in cinematic history when it came out in 2005 as one of the first major LGBTQ+ movies to prove a big success at the box office, with worldwide takings of $178m. It was a scandal that the movie missed out on the Best Picture to Crash at the Oscars.

7) Weekend (2011)

What starts as a fling escalates into something much more meaningful in this 2011 British indie drama, which has found a cult audience in the years following its release. British newcomers Tom Cullen and Chris New star as two men who meet shortly before one is due to leave the country, falling for each other in the most inconvenient of circumstances.

8) Pride (2014)

British underdog stories don’t get much more inspiring than Pride, which focuses on the members of London's queer community who pledge their support for the striking Welsh miners in 1984. It’s become a cliche to describe British films like this one as "feel-good", but no movie is more deserving of the description than Pride.

9) A Single Man (2009)

Colin Firth delivers an Oscar-nominated performance as an English professor in the grips of depression after losing his partner of 16 years in this adaptation of the Christopher Isherwood novel. While many LGBTQ+ classics centre around coming-of-age stories, Tom Ford’s directorial debut takes a thought-provoking look at long term queer relationships and living with loss in middle age.

10) Tropical Malady (2004)

The first half of this 2004 drama focuses on the fledgling romance between a Thai soldier and a young boy, before the film flips in surreal style to focus on a man entering deep into the Thai jungle to recover a lost boy. Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s movie is bizarre, baffling and yet somehow all the more affecting as a result. 






Top Ten Queer Films

1. Anti Reproductive Mating Ritual (2011)

Two young men skateboarding on the dock as they undress. A beautiful and intimate courtship ritual.

2. About Him (2016)

Dustin is in his junior year at Monroe College. He follow his crush on a random sexcapade and ends up witnessing a horrid hate crime.

3. Sacred Hearts, Holy Souls (2014)

Two teenage misfits at an all-boys Catholic boarding school become unlikely comrades in a struggle against hormonal bullies and dinosaur-aged priests.

4. Intruders (2018)

In the midst of political upheaval in Brazil, Travis Mathews directs this startling and moving film of the intersection between class, privilege and sex. 

5. Trouser Bar (2016)

According to producer David McGillivray, "John Gielgud was obsessed with trousers, loved corduroy and leather. And so he wrote a film set in a menswear shop." Screenplay was originally penned for the late filmmaker Peter de Rome.

6. 1992 (2016)

Martin is seventeen and spends all day recording everything with his Hi8 camera. One day Martin meets Dominique, who works as a watchman at his school.

7. Adults Only (I) (2013)

Visions of a past relationship leave Matthew broken and isolated until an intimate encounter at a porn arcade opens a peephole to unexpected possibilities.

8. Young Man at the Bar Masturbating with Rage and Nerve (2015)

Dance and prostitution play the same role for Jonathan body

9. Spunk (2015)

Spunk is an experimental documentary where reality and virtual reality blend into a surrealistic sexual collage. 36 minutes long, it showcases digital sex with webcams, mobile phones and more.

10. Brazil Carnival (2016)

It is a film about the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, with bodies that dance, talk and get excited. The city becomes a jungle and everything is allowed.



11. Underwater (II) (2015)

Situated within the confines of an upper-class international swimming institution in the UK's countryside. The seclusion of such a location facilitates the character's blossoming and inevitable explosion.


Leather vs Rubber

The two most commonly fetishized materials are leather and rubber. Rubber guys are usually into the same fetishes and enjoy the same kinks as leather guys, but prefer a different effect and use of the material. 

Leather kink shares overlaps with bondage, and often is expressed with harnesses, jackets and full leather pants. Rubber is not used for harnesses to the same degree that leather is.

36 Fetishes Every Gay Man Should Know


Fetishes you should know.

You’ve probably heard of a few obscure fetishes, like high-heeled shoes and rubber duckies. Fetishes are rapidly moving out of their kinky niche and into pop culture. Stay on top of (or under) the trend with this list of 36 fetishes — some well known, others less so — that you need to know about.

1. Leather

2. Rubber

3. Rope

4. Used Underwear

5. Armpits

6. Skateboarders

7. Uniforms

8. Skinheads

9. Razors

10. Urine

11. Duct Tape

12. Spit

13. Gas Masks

14. Food

15. Feet

16. Hands

17. Amputees

18. Medical

19. Guns

20. Enemas

22. Diapers

23. Piercings

24. Scars

25. Plushy Toys/Stuffed Animals

26. Balloons

27. Socks

28. Beard/Facial Hair Fetish

29. Classrooms

30. Blood

31. Knives

32. Clowns

33. Feces

34. Sports Gear

35. Mannequins

36. Age

This being said, fetish exploration is not a free-for-all. There is a trepidatious line between fetishizing balloons and fetishizing blood. That vague line exists throughout the world of kink, which is why the motto “safe, sane, and consensual” should be strictly adhered to as you explore the things that turn you on — which, I must stress, are worth exploring. Your birthdays just got a lot more interesting.

Getting Playful : Loose Gym Shorts

You may be surprised by how many men are turned on by these top clothing fetishes

This fetish involves sneakers, but it has nothing to do with fantasizing about feet. Men with a sportswear fetish are into all types of men's workout clothes and athleisure, like fitted bodysuits, meggings, and baseball caps. Maskulo is a sportswear brand (sold on Differio) that actually specializes in this type of fetish gear, in case you were feeling adventurous. 

Check out our collection of Free moving, loose shorts that make every skimpy guy gentle bootie look extra hot. 

Harness Play and BDSM Gear

Check out our gay mens harness and kink selection for the very best in unique and hot pieces from our deBrief headquarters.
A bondage harness is a piece of BDSM equipment worn for the purposes of bondage. ... The item is very closely associated with BDSM play, and is often immediately identifiable as being related to kink
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