Let’s take a trip down memory lane with Julie & Brandy, Brittani & Hannah, Croce & Ashley, Alex & Riese, Alex & a blonde wig, Mikey & Raquel, Calendar Girls, Amber Heard and so many more VIDEO STARS.
Tomorrow MTV and Logo TV will air this heartbreaking, heartwarming, informational and inspirational documentary following the lives of seven young trans people and trans experiences across America.
This week on “Faking It,” Laverne Cox has to choose between Karma, Shane, Lauren and Oliver for who will be queen of the castle. Also, Amy really goes the extra mile.
Have all of your wildest dreams come true?
In the Turn is a documentary about a 10-year-old transgender girl who finds acceptance and empowerment in the company of queer roller derby collective, The Vagine Regime.
For me, the beginning of Autumn means a bit of a closet assessment. I take it as a chance to visit old friends — hi, fuzzy granddad cardigans — and also figure out what no longer works/what I’ll ideally be wearing all season.
In “The Devil Wears Land’s End,” Mindy accidentally goes on a date with a lesbian and then her butch girlfriend shows up AND IT’S JULIE GOLDMAN.
These costumes will make you look real smart and cool, even though you may have to keep describing who you are all night, but that’s OK.
Perdóname, but Selena sometimes just doesn’t cut it.
It’s peak Pumpkin Spice Latte season but early forecasts predict Polar Vortex 2: Electric Boogaloo and the time to address seasonal dry skin issues is now, not the middle of December when your car is buried under five feet of snow and your plans for the day are “huddle in a ball and hate everything.”
From vampires to their slayers, Buffy‘s got you covered.
Sara Medd is a woman on a mission. That mission is to help you find all of the androgynous and otherwise gender-neutral garb you’ve been looking for all your life.
This is simultaneously one of the most informative and inspirational books I’ve read in a long time.It’s like a primer for how to be an effective artist or community worker.
Andrea Gibson will be in San Francisco for two nights for double the feelings.
Due to the fact that Arizona and Callie are stuck with Another Baby as their storyline, liberties were taken to spice up this week’s recap. You’re welcome, America.
Vintage inspired, cheeky and plain ol’ fun, get set for a dapper femme tux set (jacket + trousers) and the sweetest pink frock I ever did see outside of a 1950’s prom.
At one point Cameron characterizes Chicago as optimistic and Portland as specific and “Same Sex Symbol” perfectly embodies both of those things.
In which a number of plans go awry.
Topics include the US post office, football, the plane that fell from the sky, racism in Canada, fact-checking, Manhattan and moar!
I’m curing an allergy attack with hot toddies, let’s recap this sucker!