A few days ago, Joseph and Regina were seen shooting for their movie poster at Taipei.
This series is the second arc in a planned trilogy.
What do fitness trainer Hero Tai (戴祖雄), TV host Liang Che (亮哲), actors Yu Gao (高廷宇) and Sky Li (利晴天) and model Paul Hsu (許騰方) have in common?
Lee has since made two other movies, Brokeback Mountain and Taking Woodstock, that also tackle gay themes.
In 1996, the Tongzhi Space Action Network (同志空間行動陣線) organized the Gay Rainbow Lovers’ Week (同志彩虹情人週) in Taipei, which included a carnival and a poll for “top 10 dream dates,” effectively boosting the visibility of the LGBT community and pushing the government, media and public to acknowledge their existence.“It was probably the first time that Taiwan’s LGBTs managed to achieve the goal of ‘out in culture’ [or cultural acceptance] on a large scale, as gay culture successfully borrowed the polling practice from mainstream culture,” said Eric Luo (羅敬堯), a researcher at National Chiao Tung University.
For lesbians, surveys show that singer Rene Liu (劉若英) is their top fantasy lover because of her neat appearance and elegant demeanor — though her popularity has taken a hit since getting married and giving birth.