Orange Is the New Black, The Fosters, Sense8, Pretty Little Liars, Glee, and more!
Topics include needing diverse books, prison food, Tinder As Video Game, the scam of the Art Academy of San Francisco, a triple murder in Florida, sorority life and so much more.
A smart and eloquent memoir about becoming butch, Leaving Normal: Adventures in Gender will resonate if you have a proud copy of Stone Butch Blues on your shelf, or listen to “Ring of Keys” from the Fun Home musical on repeat.
Hey-o, it’s the second edition of Hard Lacquer, beauty tubes! Get out your notepads and make sure you have plenty of space for new tabs in your browser, because we have a lot of material to cover.
Piper and Alex break up, Pennsatucky breaks down, and Ms. Rosa makes a cameo!
“Why is it that trans women of color have to experience so much violence to remember that they have each other’s back?”
Three upcoming films show May/December lesbian relationships, Lady Gaga and Angela Bassett play ex-lovers in American Horror Story: Hotel, some Duke students are freaking out about reading “Fun Home” and more important stories!
If you spent the last six days wondering what’s happening with Sara Quin’s cat, have I got a treat for YOU! Also Ellen Page, baby DeAnne Smith and Samira Wiley in a hoodie.
In fashion, what once was will resurrect itself, time and time again. The Nineties ressurgence is still hangin’ on, and a multitude of next-gen chokers have come back into favour. This statement necklace is an easy way to make that tee and jeans combo look fresh!
Rookie Blue gives us another gay, Scream gets ready to reveal its Final Girl, and it’s time to talk about Carmilla!
Looks like 16-year-old model/actress Lily-Rose Depp has something in common with her new stepmom Amber Heard — she’s not straight.
The plot of this film seems to be the struggle of three white male actors who feel like the world owes them a big break. We’d rather watch Jodie Sweetin learn to add and subtract.
Discussing race in a culture hostile to discussing race, transnational trans characters, a book you can drink and more.
It’s lovely and strange how a song can cast light on memories of people you haven’t thought about in years, can press urgently on that soft sad spot we carry for our past.
Annie Clark aka St. Vincent possesses some of the most visually arresting personal style even far as rockers go. The Grammy winner, multi-instrumentalist and gal pal always looks damn good.
Dellal talks about Ray as if he is a girl, and she talks about transitioning as if it’s a costume or an on/off switch. She even uses “she/her” pronouns to talk about Ray and frequently misgenders him.
Miley Cyrus hated Hannah Montana, Kristen Stewart and Jane Lynch chatted merrily on morning TV, Ellen accepted another Teen Choice Award with a heartwarming speech, Cara Delevingne is done with modeling, Julia Nunes released a brand new video, and more!
If you’re in Brooklyn, you could adopt Ellen Page (the dog). Also, Ruby Rose on a slip’n’slide and lots of gratuitous kittens.
Chuck Taylor All Stars go with everything. Perhaps not an Oscar dress, but anything short of an extremely formal gown looks wonderfully laid back with a pair. Even a suit looks great with them! In a myriad of colors and a wide range of sizes, I’d go so far as to say they’re a wardrobe classic.
The best part of the show is watching Kristen gush over food. Seriously, I will tune in just to hear her talk about food. Also, to gaze upon her hair.