What’s new on Dekkoo (February 2017)

Dekkoo highlights in February from Des/Esperando to Dropping the Soap in March.

Dropping the Soap
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Javier, a powerful politician with a loving wife and family, is miserable. Struggling under the weight of shame over his relationship with his younger secret lover Gonzalo, they take off on a trip to work things out. But it’s not long before things unravel and start to destroy their fragile bond.

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Director – Erick Salas Kirchhausen
Starring – Tomas Colvin, Fernando Quintana, Veronica Moraga

Equality U

Young activists participating in a Soulforce Equality Ride travel the U.S by bus to end political and religious oppression of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex people. At some stops they’re welcomed with open arms, at others they’re arrested for trespassing or for simply attempting to open up a dialog. At every stop though, they connect with young people who’ve often never met an openly gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender person.

Director – Dave O’Brien

Project Gelb

Director Francis Luta’s revealing documentary, ‘Project Gelb’ goes inside the minds of gay Asian males as they talk openly about the misconceptions and stereotypes they confront with the gay dating community.

Director – Francis Luta

And in March Dropping the Soap sees the light on Dekkoo.

‘Dropping the Soap’ starring Paul Witten, Kate Mines and comedy legend, Jane Lynch.

Shit’s about to get real for the cast and crew of the long-running (awful) soap-opera “Collided Lives” when new Executive Producer Olivia Vanderstein (Jane Lynch) shows up to shake things up. Bend over, Daytime. All episodes available March 7 on Dekkoo.

You can stream all these and much more at Dekkoo.com right now for $9.99/month or $95.99/year. Free for the first 14 days. Cancel anytime.

See you all at Dekkoo!

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