New Belgian Gay Film Stirs Up Controversy

A new Belgian gay film is stirring up a bit of controversy here in the Low Countries of Europe. Mixed Kebab, a new film by Guy Lee Thys delves into the world of being gay and Muslim and all the baggage that comes along with that. Whether it’s racism from the white community or homophobia from the Islamic community. This is a film that is sure to raise some fairly important questions. The director says he got the idea from a newspaper “I read a poll that said that 90% of young Muslims [were] against homosexuality, while 90% of the young Belgians did not [care].”

See the trailer below and please leave your thoughts.



Originally from Denver, now living in the Low Countries of Europe. Spent four years in the Navy, got out when I realized I was a big ole flaming mo. Lived in NYC for almost a decade until meeting my husband, who because of the f'ed up immigration laws, can't stay in the US. I'm obsessed with politics and LGBT activism. I cannot stand or abide ANY form of religious stupidity or bigotry....oh, or republicans.

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