Psycho Milk is the premier site for all news about Asian Boys Love and LGBTQ+ series and films. What is the most unique feature of our site, you might ask? We feature news exclusively related to BL dramas and films in Korean, Thai, Japanese, Filipino, Vietnamese, and Taiwanese. We also delve into the growing market of Chinese Mainland Bromance. The content is neatly categorized into – News, Interviews, Reviews, and Profilers.


Our Vision

Psycho Milk began as a helping guide to avid BL fans worldwide. There are a significant number of other sites featuring exclusives about straight romances, but only a very few for BL. Our site is an effort to bring to you, the latest and greatest news about your favorite BL dramas, the actors behind the scenes and what happens behind and outside the story line.

Our Mission

Launched in 2012, we strive to bring you the best content possible. We love to discuss the various nuances of a drama or a film- the storytelling, the actor’s performance, what we appreciate about them, what we dislike, what are our expectations and if there is any apparent room for improvement.

Our Content

NEWS – Our writers bring you the latest reports about each and every BL drama starting from pre-production, right through the broadcasts. Our Thai BL Newsfeeds is a constant buzz of excitement featuring unique and interesting aspects of drama production and the actors involved.

REVIEWS – We publish reviews of every drama we can in detail, even sometimes per episode. Even though our site is in English, we write about BL/Bromance for Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, Chinese Mainland, Japan and will start into Korea as well. We also try to publish the best quality photos we can find on the Internet to complement those reviews. We color-correct and try to make them as gorgeous as possible.

INTERVIEWS – Psychomilk (psycho-milk.com) is continuously making efforts to bring to you the latest quality content and as such, one of our most important features is one-on-one conversations with the Actors and Directors. We do our best to be insightful and fulfill your curiosity about them and their direction or the characters they portray.

PROFILERS – Profiles are a unique feature of ours. Each of our profilers gives you complete and detailed information about the Actor who is featured. We discuss in detail their talents, share our point of view about the on-screen chemistry with them and their co-stars, and also provide information about their personal interests.


PSYCHOMILK YouTube Channel

Psychomilk is always doing our best to bring you even more quality content so we have launched a digital platform on YouTube for more News, Profilers, Updates, Interviews related to “Boy’s Love”


Our Operations Team

Red

Publisher & Owner

Writer/Reviewer/Prolifer/Researcher (Psychomilk Blog)

I’m a CPA and financial analyst. I was an auditor at PWC and a finance officer for USAID. But my passion is watching movies and writing reviews. I also love doing interviews. For previous publications, I did interviews with Nicholas Hoult, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Channing Tatum, Boyd Holbrook, & male supermodels Jon Kortajarena and Tyson Ballou.

Publisher@psycho-milk.com

Twitter-@psycho_milk

Instagram-@psychomilker


TheFNGee

Administrator / Editor

Writer/Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

I’ve been living in Texas USA for over 30 years. Lots of rednecks, but lots of good people as well. I’ve been a Tech Geek for many years. My husband Jim and I have been together for 29 years and married for as long as we could be. I discovered BL quite by accident when I first saw dir. P’Aam’s Present Perfect, and then the BL series SOTUS on Netflix. I’ve been a fan since. Into audio editing, video editing. Profession is in Identity Management, Network Security.

Publisher@psycho-milk.com

Twitter – @The_FNGee

Instagram – @the_fngee


Krishna

Content Manager

Writer / Reviewer/Prolifer/Researcher (Psychomilk Blog)

Living in Mumbai, I grew up on a stable diet of monotonous Indian dramas which stretch for a decade or so and wanted to elude the boredom. So I escaped into the unknown, which is the world of BL dramas. I love sharing my thoughts about the storyline, characters and analyse the smallest things possible. When something touches my heart, I want to know what others feel about the subject matter as well. That’s why I’m here at Psychomilk. Being a writer is like an outlet to my inner emotions and turmoil. Thank you for joining me on this journey.

Twitter-@krishnanaidu88


BL Haven

Video Manager (Psychomilk YouTube Channel)

Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

Currently, a government employee tasked to work on tourism, history, and culture, I’ve previously been connected with marketing, freelance writing, events production, and managed a club on one of the world’s best-loved beach destinations. I have always loved the emerging genre that is Boyslove but it was the heartbreaking finale of TinCan in Love By Chance Season 1 that got me into starting my BL-content YouTube channel and my Wattpad page. Boys Love has become a part of my lifestyle, so much so that I am currently part of the revolution that will eventually put Filipino BL into mainstream attention.

Twitter – @snake1021

Instagram – @snakey1021


Yumiko

Composer/ Video Editor (Psychomilk YouTube Channel)

Since I was 6 years old I’ve been playing music and singing. As I was very fond of teaching, I became a music primary teacher in some public schools, and in fact this is my current job and the one I want to carry on until I get retired. My interests in Asian culture started to increase at Secondary school level. No sooner had I found out about the fascinating world of Boyslove at an early age and listened to SOTUS the series background music / OST than I decided to share/use my music skills on my Youtube channel, making my own Spanish or English covers of this touching BL music, trying to claim that the soundtracks are as well essential for making a series outstanding.

Twitter – @Gis5ela

Instagram – @gis5ela_yumiko


Prathiba (Prats)

Writer / Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

I had been reading M/M romance stories much before I knew there was something called BL genre. It was a chance discovery that brought BL dramas to my life. In the past six months, more than the dramas and the stories, the fandom has taught me how to appreciate these stories, the different medium of expressions, and how to believe that these characters give hope and smile to so people around the world. A reader first and obsessive reviewer of things I love, I write when I am deeply touched by a story.

Twitter – @i_read_write


Fragile26

Researcher / In-Charge: Logistics (Psychomilk Blog)

I’m a licensed Environmental Planner, holding a doctorate degree in Public Management. I started watching BL Shows because of endless recommendations of friends and countless social media posts of people fawning over these BL stories. I want to see a male to male relationship on screen that’s not burdened by the traditional and baggage of real-life romance. BL shows for me is a fantasy that energized and motivated me to move forward and be inspired as a closet member of LGBTIQ. Like the country Taiwan, I’m also dreaming that someday the Philippines will embrace tight the community through the help of local and international BL Shows.

Twitter – @Goodvibes261

Slythe

Writer/ Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

I am a pescatarian and sometimes, strictly vegetarian. I love meditation and I love to express my ideas and analyses concerning things related to BL, LGBTQ, and mysterious things. I’ve discovered BL by watching Youka Nitta’s Haru wo Daiteita (Embracing Love), the video animation series as well as reading its BL manga more than a decade ago. Since then, I have been watching Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, Thai, and then recently, Filipino BL series. I am an avid reader of interesting topics including conspiracy theories. But it’s in watching Boys Love where I can find enjoyment, my other escape from the mundane world.

Twitter – @Slythe_Mystic

Mals

Writer/Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

Psychology graduate who currently works as a people development consultant in Jakarta. I believe that mind is the most dangerous weapon possessed by humans – as the popular saying goes it all begins and ends in your mind! My journey in the BL world began last year when I accidentally discovered HIStory 3: Right or Wrong on my YouTube recommendation. Since then, I have been trapped in this fascinating new world. I have no boundaries when it comes to BL series and I love to expand my knowledge about BL fandom in Asian countries.  

Twitter – @bosmaltal

Hostus_E

Writer/Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

Joshua Manson is a 33 year old Writer who loves watching, reading, and writing about two men kissing. Having found BL years ago  with various  Anime and Manga. He has since graduated to seeing it live action in different broadcasts from all over the world. Obsessed with it he has since, started writing his own BL Horror Novel titled “OurSelves”.comes to BL series and I love to expand my knowledge about BL fandom in Asian countries.  Joshua’s work here on PM will appear under the name BestWishes1986.

Twitter – @JoshuaManson5

AlvinDakis

Writer/Reviewer (Psychomilk Blog)

Alvin Dakis is a Gender Equality and Diversity & Inclusion consultant of various government agencies in the Philippines. He is also a sexual health nurse and a social scientist. He analyzes social issues identified in different BL series and connect it to the current realities of viewers.

Twitter – @alvindakis

We are Looking for Contributors

We are looking for a Thai translator and writers who specialize in Thai, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Filipino gay movies and BL series. Also, if you love writing about the profile of BL actors, join us! If you’re interested, you can email us with your sample work (reviews or articles).


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34 Comments »

  1. Hi! Thank you so much for your contributions to the BL genre. I always come to your website for recommendations and honest reviews. You are all such amazing and talented creators and authors, so thank you for your hard work! I was just wondering if you would eventually address other Asian BL media, such as Indian BL movies. There aren’t too many honestly, but a few come to mind 🙂

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  2. Red,

    Maybe I’m late to the party, but just now read team Psycho Milk bios. I now understand why Psycho Milk is the superior product that is. Like FNGee, SOTUS and PresentPerfect caught my attention early on and after watching Addicted it was hopeless, I was hooked. In my opinion Addicted sets the standard for BL productions.

    Two questions if I may. I saw a trailer for Addicted 2 (?). Do you plan to comment on the details of the series like where it was filmed and how they got past Chinese censors? Is it also like the first production primarily BL themed? Release date and venue?

    As you know, PresentStillPerfect has been released in select theaters. I read the film is included with the GagaOOlala streaming service which is now available in the states. Correct? Aan Anusorn is amazing. Read your interview with him. Hoping there will be a follow up interview.

    Thanks again for the insightful reviews. I look forward to them. Must admit when you announced your new position was worried that Psycho Milk might be put on the back burner. Obviously that’s not the case. Thank goodness!

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    • The position did not work actually. We are having a focus on Chinese BL so Addicted is being edited as we speak.

      Of course, more dir. Aam as always.

      Thank you for always supporting the site and the encouragement.

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  3. Hello. Stumble upon this great blog. I am new to this genre. Can you please give me some recommendations? I am obsessed with plots involving cheating/revenge, obsessive partner, love-hate relationships. Kudos.

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    • Welcome. You may not find that sort of complex storyline in current Thai BL. Most are school based and romantic.

      The best I can recommend are Japanese BL where it graduated from school-based plots and are dealkbg with more complicated characters and scenarios. Try Pornographer and Mood Indigo. These are a bit dark in mood and treatment but very satisfying.

      If something light and bubbly yet with substance, try WhyRU, UWMA.

      The more daring among Thai BL is TharnType and its highly recommended.

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  4. OMG. YOU are a GREAT reviewer about TharnType. You literally captured all my thoughts on this series. To be honest, I’ve seen a few BL clips but have never been inspired to watch an entire series. TT was just a whole nother universe and level…the acting, the chemistry, the storytelling and direction are just awesome and addictive. I’ve been into movies of all kinds for 60 years and took movie classes at USC and TT is just great storytelling. Great entertainment makes you FEEL something and TT did that all over the place.👍

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  5. How do you feel about Perth and Mean (and possibly Plan) not doing BL anymore? I personally am sad but I understand they feel the need to move on to other acting projects so they can grow. I’ve noticed that unless it is a Sotus project- Krist no longer does BL and that is the way Mean looks to be headed. He said unless he is paired with Plan, he doesn’t want to do BL.

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    • I am skeptical that it is their personal decision. Their agents have reputation for lying so I look at it as damage control. Not for the actors but for the agent’s reputation.
      It’s a reflection on their ability to manage their talents. Despite numerous product placements and fan gatherings, why are they not happy? Also, we have no idea how much Perth and Mean earn from their work.
      Anyone working hard and not properly compensated will not last long.

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  6. Dear Psycho-Milk,
    Thanks for your insightful background information on what seems to be fast becoming an international phenomenon. I stumbled on BL one rainy day in Phuket in 2016, watching a few episodes of “Making it Right” and not knowing what exactly to make of it. I found Sotus on Netflix this October and was enthralled by the actor playing Kongpob. I then found Sotus S on You Tube and Waterboyys, Kiss Me Again, Dark Blue Kiss, Tharn and Type and Love By Chance all rapidly followed. Your website has been helpful in its background info on the BL world and the Thai Film industry. However as a 58yr old out gay male, of Indo-South African descent living in Toronto, I have some questions:
    1. What does the average gay Thai male think of these series, as it seems the bulk of the fans are straight young women?
    2. Have any of the actors ever come out as gay?
    3. Are there any out gay writers working on any of these shows?

    I realize these are highly idealized and romantic depictions of love between two men, similar to a lot of our first love experiences. I think they fall short by not showing the emotional upheaval required to attain a gay identity. Characters like Pete ( Dark Blue Kiss) and Type (Tharn & Type) would really struggle with the idea well into their 30’s. Or then again maybe this is the new normal in this generation or in Thailand?
    Please enlighten me,
    Yours Gratefully,
    Ashley Singh

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    • Ashley,

      Excellent questions that no doubt interest many of us.

      As a U S resident, I would add one more. Where can one watch these series (with English subs) in an uninterrupted and timely format? Certainly willing to pay for the convenience be it by subscription or PPV. As popular as the BL genre has become, seems there must be a way to capitalize on a hungry international audience.

      Where might one find your interview with Anusorn?

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    • Hi there Ashley,
      BL or Boyslove is an offshoot of the Japanese Yaoi or what started as fanfiction literary creation by young women. The target audience are also young women. While it might seem that it is a representation of the LGBTQ+ community; BL really is mostly a make-believe world wherein beautiful boys fall in love with other beautiful boys. It does not reflect the norm in Thai culture -in fact, Thailand is not yet as open to the idea of homosexual relationships as depicted in the series. While a few of these actors are openly gay, most of them are straight with girlfriends. Unfortunately, toxic fandoms force them to keep their personal relationships under cover. These shows are mostly written by young women as novels, the scripts for the series are written by scriptwriters who are mostly gay men but they work hand in hand with the original authors to keep the essence of the novels. The growth of BL as a genre across the globe is slowly changing the landscape, while it may be make-believe now and a fantasy where gender and preference is not an issue, people are opening their minds about it being maybe a truth in the real world.

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      • As always, so well stated.

        Notwithstanding it’s target audience of young girls I’m hopeful as the BL genre becomes more internationally mainstream, it will, intentionally or not, help to normalize the LGBTQ community in the heteronormative universe. Not easy to ignore the impact of two attractive young boys falling in love as anything other than a gay union. I’ve introduced a couple of straight friends to various BL series and without exception the reaction has been positive.

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  7. Dear Psycho-Milk

    I came to Thai BL a different way. The first time I encountered the gay male relationship was in a book written by a female author who I met during one of my literature classes: Mercedes Lackey and her Valdemar series. She wrote the books as if being gay or straight or bi or intersex was normal and that everyone has a right to love whomever they wanted. I thought that was fascinating especially after the AIDS crisis and all the negativity being gay meant. We explored many themes including being gay in India during other literature classes I took and then I stumbled upon Japanese yaoi manga and I was hooked. The reason? I wanted something different from all the other characters choices the North American male was given to me as a woman. I got tired of the women (who never looked like me) being a damsel in distress and the guy never really and truly expressing his feelings without being overly aggressive. I also wanted to peek into a world I felt excluded from – where guys speak their minds with each other without trying to impress “a girl”.

    I’ve been a fan of BL now for over 15 years and have slid through Japanese yaoi manga, to anime (but for some Japanese yaoi because it is so graphic it slides into the hentai region) to Japanese BL live-action movies (most from yaoi mangas), to reading mm romance novels on Amazon to discovering Thai, Taiwanese and Chinese BL drama series and movies and I can safely say I am fully enjoying myself. My only problem happens when some of these dramas and movies have fan service, therefore, blurring the lines for their fans into believing that these (99% straight – even in gay porn) couples are real. I try not to watch them on Youtube and focus on just the series themselves, but even I can get suckered in.

    Well, that was all for now – sorry I talked your ear off – just wanted to share and connect with someone who loves the same genre I do even though we are no way alike.

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    • Thank you so much for sharing us a lot of your views and insights. I will reply to many of your POVs as soon as possible.

      I just want to say I appreciate your comments.

      Welcome to the site!

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  8. Enjoy very much Psycho Milk and the insightful reviews. Regarding that “subclass of men who can’t decide whether they like pussy or dick”, perhaps they have decided they like both equally well. In this day and age must one choose one over the other? Just a thought.

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    • Being new to BL, I’m sorta lost. From you article “Their on-screen chemistry remains at a high level as in Love by Chance. And that’a not easy to do given all the controversies surrounding their casting, and what happens outside the show…” This is one of several references I’ve heard about problems with “Love by Chance”. It remains one of my favorite BL series, even winning out over SOTUS. I’m just wondering what was the controversy, and/or is there a history available to read (sorry, but in English) on this topic?
      Steve

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      • Hi Steve! Like other fandom or universe as some like to call BL, there are people who are opposed to each other, and that includes personalities associated with Saint and Perth. In all indications and according to reliable sources, the managers of both actors did not see eye to eye. The friction began in Love By Chance. By now there are fans and Twitter accounts out to smear Saint in particular. To be fair I was also looking for those who are doing the same to Perth. Right now it appears that the negativity is being orchestrated by someone in mithe Trigon club or whatever you may call it as movement or group.

        As for Saint and Perth, there appears to be.no personal issues with them. That is debatable of course since fans of both have opposing views.

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      • Also big fan of LBC. Especially fond of Perth Tanapon who portrayed his character, Ae, so well.

        Slightly off topic, but just finished binging Netflix’s The Stranded. A bit disappointed that Perth’s screen time was minimal. The tragic dilemma he and his boyfriend were facing had much more potential for development. Perth did well but just disappeared for about 2/3 of the film. Anyway, it was great to see him in a production with global appeal. He is still very young and has lots of time to entertain us.

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