CGiiilogo

Latest Shorts...

  • Touch
  • When I'm Her
  • In the Air Tonight
  • Total Catch
  • Beauty Boys
  • Damn Right + Apologize
  • Getting Closer
  • Goldilocks and the Three Families of Bears
  • Modern Queer Heroes
  • Oxtail Soup
  • Sebastienne
  • FagDyke Cruising
  • Octavia's Visions
  • PARTNER - Big Gay Hands
  • Photographing Bisexuality
  • Build Black Futures
  • Felt Right Then, Feels Right Now
  • I Do Not Belong in This Body
  • Masisi Wouj
  • No Historical Precedent
  • Would you Realise that I'm a Survivor?
  • Have You Ever Thought Why?
  • Spinach and Eggs
  • Never Tell Anyone About This
  • Closets
  • Drag Manifesto (The)
  • It'll Be Over Soon
  • Middle of the Lake (The)
  • Eat the Rainbow
  • Cruising: Other Ways of Love
  • Have We Met Before?
  • Muhurtora - Bouquet of Moments
  • Pride of Lions
  • River
  • Shivanum-Mohiniyum
  • Stargazing
  • Threesome
  • Naomi Replansky at 100
  • Solstice
  • Elephant Joke (The)

How to Have Sex in a Pandemic

Country: United States, Language: English, 9 mins

  • Director: Michael Leibenluft
  • Producer: Adam Baran, Michael Leibenluft

CGiii Comment

Gotta say...this makes me embarrassed, being an older gay man!

Who - in their right mind - would buy a customised glory hole for over $300 - cut a hole in a sheet for god's sake!

Is this a joke?!? If it's not...it's madness! The world has officially gone mad...if this is anything to go by.

And...who is choosing Vimeo's 'staff picks'? Sack'em!


Watch...

How to Have Sex in a Pandemic - Episode 1 from Michael Leibenluft on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

The work of sex-positive HIV/AIDS activists in the 1980s inspires Queer New Yorkers to revive and reinvent safer sex practices during the early months of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.

In this first entry in a series of shorts examining how LGBTQ+ people are reimagining sex to uphold pleasure, we hear from Queer health officials, activists, glory hole manufacturers and their users about the struggle to balance desire, community, kink and risk during the dark early days of the pandemic.