1.- Regram / Retweet / Reblog /  2.- Follow us on twitter @out_film 3.- Support us on @kickstarter  After you’ve done all the above send us your address to outshortfilm@gmail.com and we’ll post you this pic signed by me & Jeff Kristian !!!
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1.- Regram / Retweet / Reblog /
2.- Follow us on twitter @out_film
3.- Support us on @kickstarter
After you’ve done all the above send us your address to outshortfilm@gmail.com and we’ll post you this pic signed by me & Jeff Kristian !!!

G.

OUT - Gsus Lopez’s 4th short film starring Jeff Kristian

Dear friends and followers,

If you liked my previous work you may find interesting my next short film ‘OUT’.

Please help us and share if you would like to make ‘OUT' possible.

Click on this link to find out more about the project.

Thank you very much in advance.

Love,

Gsus.

Follow ‘OUT’ on facebook.

Follow ‘OUT’ on twitter.

'EPHEMERAL NATURE'

A short film starring JEFF KRISTIAN and LINDA LANDERS

music ‘FOREVER MORE’ by SHAUN J. WRIGHT

a collaboration with DISPLÈXIA Art & Jewellery

Written and directed by myself.

© WWW.GSUSLOPEZ.COM

It’s this time of the year… and Luis Venegas’ CANDY # 3 will be out soon. Check out byluisvenegas.com to see where you can get your limited edition copy (only 1,000!).

For the one’s who haven’t heard about it yet; Luis Venegas is my magazine idol for turning upside down the world of magazine printing with 3 personal projects that rule in the digital era.

I interviewed him via Skype for my journalism unit at LCF almost a year ago, click here to read or re-read the interview (scroll down for Spanish original version).

The interview was also included in my magazine ‘DREAM’.

Candy is the first fashion magazine completely dedicated to celebrating transvestism, transexuality, crossdressing and androgyny in all their glory.

Candy is a style magazine about fashion, art, culture, make-up, glamour, icons, amazing transformations and fun.

Candy is a magazine for everybody. It’s a space for individual freedom, and a publication that pushes people to take on the persona they’ve always wanted. LV

G.

(re-edited 1st November 11)

Cross-Dressing

How are fashion and appearance central to the construction of social identities?

In Western societies, when we are born we are put on clothes of certain colour: blue for baby boys and pink for baby girls.

On the other hand, in any society, the perception or concept of femininity and masculinity does not depend on female or male genitals.

In the manner now being indicated, even though there are anatomical differences between the sexes, having a penis instead of a vagina has given a person a higher status throughout history therefore what we think it is masculine or feminine behaviour comes directly from society and cultural beliefs.

Gender crossing is so present that even genitalia by itself have never been a universal nor essential insignia of a lifelong gender. (V.L. Bullough and B. Bullough, 1993 : 360).

‘In some eras and in some cultures, cross dressing is associated with homosexuality or lesbianism, while in others it is seen as both a homosexual and heterosexual phenomenon. Dress traditionally has been a ubiquitous symbol of sexual differences, emphasizing social conceptions of masculinity and femininity. Cross-dressing, therefore, represents a symbolic incursion into territory that crosses gender boundaries’. (V.L. Bullough and B. Bullough, 1993 : 8).

 

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For my next project in the Creative Media unit I will be doing a short film which involves cross dressing and a fashion product that I have chosen, the plexiglass world of jewellery of Displexia. It is an ongoing project that will end during the first term of next year, probably before Christmas I will be able to show it all completely.
It is all very exciting and challenging.
This is a preview of my research / sketching file, an illustration I have drawn of Divine aka Harris Glenn Milstead, an American actor, singer and drag queen who became famous during the 70’s in John Waters early films such as Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble and later on Hairspray in the late 80’s.
In my illustration Divine wears a pair of lipstick earrings by Displexia S/S11.
Even after his death in 1988, Divine has continued to inspire the World.
G.

For my next project in the Creative Media unit I will be doing a short film which involves cross dressing and a fashion product that I have chosen, the plexiglass world of jewellery of Displexia. It is an ongoing project that will end during the first term of next year, probably before Christmas I will be able to show it all completely.

It is all very exciting and challenging.

This is a preview of my research / sketching file, an illustration I have drawn of Divine aka Harris Glenn Milstead, an American actor, singer and drag queen who became famous during the 70’s in John Waters early films such as Pink Flamingos and Female Trouble and later on Hairspray in the late 80’s.

In my illustration Divine wears a pair of lipstick earrings by Displexia S/S11.

Even after his death in 1988, Divine has continued to inspire the World.

G.

Jeff Kristian is a writer, drag queen, singer, song writer and actor.
I took this beautiful portrait of Jeff at the show in which he sang a few hits at ‘Molly Moggs' in Soho, London.
You can see more photos that I took during the show on his website: www.jeffkrisitan.com
Click here to find out more about ‘Molly Moggs’
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Jeff Kristian is a writer, drag queen, singer, song writer and actor.

I took this beautiful portrait of Jeff at the show in which he sang a few hits at ‘Molly Moggs' in Soho, London.

You can see more photos that I took during the show on his website: www.jeffkrisitan.com

Click here to find out more about ‘Molly Moggs’

G.