It gets bleeping cold in Vermont, so the dappers there are not playing around when it comes to style that is both fashionable and functional. The collection is rugged, stylish, and perfect for cold weather wardrobes.
It’s the season finale of Orange is the New Black, and so much shit is about to go down. Ride with me.
Something truly wonderful is happening. Cosmetic companies are expanding their lipstick colors beyond the standard red-orange-pink-purple-burgundy spectrum and into the land of black, yellow, green and blue lipstick.
This week on “Faking It,” Amy doesn’t win Miss Congeniality, but neither does Lauren, and neither does Karma. Neither does Liam! Or Duke or Shane or Reagan. But everybody’s hair looks GREAT.
Dance the pain away.
Samira Wiley and Ellen Page are among the featured entertainers, activists and athletes.
“The patrons there were lucky I didn’t use my ninja skills on their @$$!!!”
Iconic lesbian bar The Lexington Club is closing. Let’s pour one out for it and examine the State of the Lesbian Bar in these sad times.
The Good Wife’s best character continues to be Kalinda Sharma’s trench coats.
It’s more likely that an extra 10 mins in the AM will realistically be spent sleeping, if not figuring out what to wear once I roll out of bed. That’s not to say that I don’t have a slew of products that help a lazy Lydia look as though I put in a smidge of effort, even though I probably didn’t.
Today we are here to discuss Melanie Brown, née Scary Spice, and question whether or not our dear Melanie has forgotten the principles of girl power.
Weed! Talent shows! More weed! A dildo!
Two more films featuring transgender characters will be out this year, but neither of them are played by trans actors. Hollywood seems ready to use trans stories, but remains uncomfortable with trans people on screen.
In which we scrape the bottom of the Grey’s Anatomy rice pot for the gay pegao.
Hotline is a film about listening as healing work. In this world where we see life through a filter-washed snap posted to Instagram and Facebook, it may take talking to a complete stranger to be heal the isolation and disconnection we are all susceptible to.
Topics include “redneck reality TV,” cheerleading, Guantánamo, Reality Bites, rehab, Modern farmer, men and feminism and so much more!
Lots of super serious things happen in this episode where the metaphor of and literal Hurricane Wanda really picks up speed but all I can do is make fun of Portland and be miserable.
Cara Delevingne is funny, a video about gender roles, the Grumpy Cat movie trailer, and a Serial parody party to soothing sounds.
Our favorite queer-friendly country singer is back at it!
This week on “Faking It,” Amy and Reagan went on a date but then everybody else also came to the date. It was awkward.