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To Live and Art In Los Angeles

Hold onto your hats, ladies and germs for a night of radical performance art. ...

Kelly Does Her Best: Garrison Starr

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Not Your Grandma’s Seder

I’m going to a couple of Passover Seders this week in honor of my half-Jewish heritage. But they will not be your grandma’s Seders. We’re queering them up. ...

When All Else Fails, Invoke the Weather

Yeah, let the heavens rain upon the evil judicial and legislative branches! ...

Realm of the Census

They gave me a badge, the first one on a lanier I've ever had to flash at security guards sitting be ...

Max's Interrogation

Poor Max recounts his best scene, lest we forget he started off as a character with so much promise. Is it possible for the Interrogation Tapes to jump the shark? ...

Pastor Lisa the Conversation Continues

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Diana Cage & Prof C: Gender & Sexuality Part Eleven

Diana Cage and Prof C debate hottness in this weeks episode of Gender & Sexuality. Cage confesses to liking femme bottoms. ...

L Word Spin-Off Gets the Ax

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Kelly Does Her Best: Tracy Bonham

I got introduced to Tracy Bonham through Dave Gibbs of the Gigolo Aunts. I'd long been a fan of hers so I was thrilled to make the acquaintance. ...

The Farm Recap 101: Very Bad Girls

Call it a stroke of fate, the scoop of the year, or what you will, but yours truly got her h ...

Smithsonian adds gay rights history to museum collection
CBS News
August 20, 2014

Scripts from TV show "Will and Grace" and tennis racket from Renee Richards among historical objects documenting LGBT history

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The FRC Abuses Robin Williams’ Death to Support Ex-Gay Therapy
Slate
August 20, 2014

When a figure as beloved and respected as Robin Williams passes away, it’s only natural that writers scramble and stretch to find distinctive means of marking the event.

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‘SNL’ Star Kate McKinnon’s Big, ‘Awesome,’ Emmy-Nominated Year
The Daily Beast
August 19, 2014

The ‘SNL’ scene-stealer nabbed an Emmy nod for singing about penises and her impression of Angela Merkel. Now she’s on the hit Hulu series ‘The Awesomes.’

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Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind: Formative architectural drawings at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in St. Louis.
slate.com
August 19, 2014

The art of making beautiful architectural drawings by hand is a fading practice as new generations of architects make ready use of digital tools. Just as news that an early Frank Gehry building is being turned into a Whole Foods supermarket, folks at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at...

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Even Heavy Handed Ray Kelly Thinks Ferguson Is a Mess
NYMag
August 19, 2014

The former NYPD commissioner knows a thing or two about excessive force.

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23 Female Cartoonists On Drawing Their Bodies
buzzfeed.com
August 18, 2014

Let's get naked! ..

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What an Arranged Marriage Taught My Mom About Dating
The Cut
August 18, 2014

My mom has never been on a date, but she's my relationship guru.

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Uzo Aduba, of Netfli's Orange is the New Black, Win Emmys
The Root
August 18, 2014

Morton won for his role as the villainous Elijah Pope, while Aduba won for her part as "Crazy Eyes" on the popular Netflix series.

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Teens create new app to hold police accountable
feministing
August 18, 2014

As Ferguson continues to reel after Michael Brown’s death and the police threaten to shoot journalists and tear gas children, three badass teenage coders from Georgia have developed a timely mobile app to hold police accountable.

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18 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York This September
BLOUIN ARTINFO
August 14, 2014

Shows worth seeing after Labor Day.

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Painting the Power of Patriarchy
yperallergic.com/
August 14, 2014

Sandwiched between two other concurrent exhibitions at the Ryan Lee Gallery, May Stevens: Fight the Power, a one-room exhibit consisting of a mere five pieces, packs a mighty punch. The works, all of which were executed during the Civil Rights

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Robin Williams’s Daughter Trolled Off Twitter
NYMag
August 13, 2014

Zelda Williams was sent fake photos of her father's dead body.

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Tori Amos on Unrepentant Geraldines, Life At 50
Vulture
August 12, 2014

One of the rare ’90s icons who have stayed commercially relevant.

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I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days. Here’s What It Did to Me | Gadget Lab
WIRED
August 12, 2014

I like everything. Or at least I did, for 48 hours. Literally everything Facebook sent my way, I liked---even if I hated it.

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How I Became Thousands of Nerds' Worst Enemy by Tweeting a Photo
gawker.com
August 11, 2014

I'm sitting in an office in Manhattan a few blocks from Central Park. It's a fairly typical workday, filled with emails, trips to the coffee pot, and refreshing my sites. I'm on all the good ones: Twitter, Facebook, you name it.

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Meiling Jin on growing up in China, celebrity, LGBT journalism
Windy City Times
August 11, 2014

Windy City Times News Archive - Meiling Jin on growing up in China, celebrity, LGBT journalism While growing up in China, Meiling Jin never imagined that she would one day live in Chicago and report on LGBT stories for Chinese media platforms. A senior at Columbia College, Jin's LGBT

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Hollywood Museum Honours LGBT Contribution To Film And Television
artlyst
August 11, 2014

The Hollywood Museum in LA has an exclusive new exhibition – Reel to Real: Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in Hollywood. This is an entertaining retrospective of LGBT images in film and television throughout the decades.

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Judy Gold is a Comic First, a Raucous Jewish Lesbian Second
Cleveland Scene
August 11, 2014

Scene didn't get a chance to interview the 6-foot-2 Judy Gold in person as we prepped for our coverage of the Gay Games. But even from her home in New York, where Gold paused for a moment to catch her breath during a busy few months of touring, it was clear that her personality is even

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Obama opens Gay Games with surprise video message
Boston Herald
August 11, 2014

CLEVELAND — President Barack Obama has helped kick off the international Gay Games in Cleveland with a surprise video message shown at the op

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