The fact is most of the films about us — and especially the films by us — do not get the attention they deserve. But nobody is better equipped to tell our stories than we are.
Oh no! Halloween is two and a half weeks away! Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with a Black Swan costume.
It’s season two, b*tches, get ready to get dark. We’re back. Real dark.
Are you watching the Oscars? I don’t even know what they are. But this week a dolphin saved a dog from drowning???
Kathy Griffin announces the end of My Life on the D-List, Mila Kunis declares our love in The Advocate, Ramin Setoodeh and “coming out specialist” Howard Bragman do Joy Behar, Lindsay Lohan is moving next door to Samantha Ronson, and Amber Heard’s new movie.
After a more-than-slightly-skewed trailer and over a year of Internet buzz, Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, Black Swan, garnered what critics called “a certain lesbian allure” due to what may or may not be a girl-on-girl love scene between co-stars Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. And although this drove us to the theaters like moths to a flame (a lesbian, lesbian flame), moviegoers who actually witnessed Black Swan found that Aronofsky’s film is about much more. Exploring issues such as body image, pressure, and (yes) sexuality, Black Swan brings to light the societal pressures that create insanity and eventually causes audiences to wonder: is it insanity at all?
The 2-minute moment you’ve been waiting for: Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis attend a very psychedelic clambake.
Glee season 2 promo in an Empire State of Mind, list of the most anticipated LGBT books for fall, Gaga covers V’s fall New York issue, Natalie Portman getting serious Oscar buzz for Black Swan, and it’s now the boys turn to exploit their fabulous gay lives on national television.