Queer web series "Pot Luck" is back for a second season with a lot of changes and evolution for the characters.
New Zealand has apologized to the LGBT community for all the anti-LGBT laws that have been passed in the past.
Season 1 of the first New Zealand queer web series, "Pot Luck", was fresh, fun, and sexy.
A penguin egg found itself without parents after his father abandoned his biological mother. Telma and Louise, a couple of lesbian penguins, took over.
Written and directed by Ness Simons, Pot Luck is the first lesbian web series from New Zealand that we discovered last year. After the first episode, the rest of the season is now available a little more each week.
We had told you the arrival of the first lesbian web series from New Zealand, so here it is "Pot Luck" and its first episode!
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) will organize its Oceania Human Rights and Health Conference from 9 to 11 March.
Legal action launched in Colorado could push the United States to recognize the people who do not identify as "male" or "female" on passports.
Originally from Fiji, this 30-year-old woman, whose name is not known, met love in New Zealand. Soon she married. Immigration has, at first, found this suspicious, especially since she had been turned down for a work visa. The couple appealed the decision, claiming to be together since 2010. And this new application has been accepted this time. The immigration court has understood that the couple could not live without fear in Fiji.
The director of the web series «Pot Luck», Ness Simons, is in search of one of its main actresses to take the role of Debs.