Sleep With Me, starring Janine Gutierrez as Harry and Lovi Poe as Luna, other than being very binge-able over the weekend, asks some very important questions about disabled queer people, with a very prominent one – why aren’t there more stories about them?
“Your first love is always alive and lives all time in your heart. How much you try to forget, it never goes away from your heart”
“My eyes are tempted by the smile of an angel and your lips whisper secrets of forbidden love”- Natasha Harvey
The BL world is always filled with variable choices; some good, others unfairly regrettable. While we can’t always fall in love with most shows; today’s feature focuses on those dramas that left us bitterly disappointed with their inconsistent pacing or odd storyline. Join us, as our authors express their displeasure and talk about their most disappointing BL dramas!
“Turn obstacles into opportunities and problems into possibilities.”
“If you don’t want me now, I don’t want you later.”
This series is simply an abject failure. It abandoned all the charm and creativity of Season One and instead it was replaced with a banal and boring journey of childishness and self-centered indulgences.
I am going to come right out and say it: I LOVED THIS SERIES! It is pure escapism and entertained me despite all its cheesiness, tropes, and flat-affect acting. I did not care about any of that. What it did was to allow me for a moment to become a child again and muse. Additionally, whether realized or not, I think this series is ground-breaking for several very important reasons:
“Life is unpredictable, and I feel, to some extent, lighting and cinematography should be a reflection of that”- Rachel Morrison
My watch list is overflowing with BL dramas. This is a statement that I never thought would be feasible.