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Writing From the Hart

You’ve seen this video already or perhaps, you’ve skipped over what may be youtube’s funniest commentary of gender presentation and sexuality. ...

Pop Theory 25: The Fantasy of Happiness in "Catfish"

Because of their “negative buoyancy” caused by their big fat, flat, bony heads, catfish are bottom feeders and bottom dwellers. ...

"Let's Get Gay in Here": Professor Blastoff Goes Gay

Today's episode of "Professor Blastoff" (87.2) is a continuation of the team's discussion of "sexual attraction," with special guest Sascha Cohen (no, not the Baron), who is a PhD candidate in Amer ...

Athena Film Festival Announces Line-up

The third annual Athena Film Festival has announced its line-up, which will begin 7 February with a “Celebration of Women’s Leadership” and continue throughout the weekend, until 10 Feburary. ...

Pop Theory 18: We Still Need Feminist Spaces

[Editor's Note: This piece first appeared at AfterEllen on 16 August 2012.] ...

Pop Theory 17: Demystifying "The Real L Word"

[Editor's Note: This piece was originally published 7 August 2012 at my favorite AfterEllen, when The ...

Pop Theory 16: The State/Space of "Butch" 2012

Last week’s column about the “cotton ceiling” theory and cis and trans gender relations made me t ...

According to Dan Savage, "Gay Culture" is all about "the S.E.X."

Dan Savage appeared on "UP with Chris Hayes" yesterday, and he and Hayes discussed the blending of gay and straight cultures in recent years, in light of the two new DOMA cases set to taken up by t ...

Pop Theory 15: Is the "Cotton Ceiling" Theory All Fluff?

Late Friday night [a few months ago] I got a one-line text message from a very dear friend of mine: “What are your thoughts on the ‘cotton ceiling’ theory?,” she asked. ...

Crossdressing on the Runway: Casey Legler

Androgyny on the runway is nothing new; the fashion industry went all Twiggy in the mid-20th century and hasn't looked back. ...
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