I don’t think there was a specific cultural inception, but rather a percolation of various feminist ideals that bubbled over during the 1980s, the decade that female masculinity went mainstream.
Plus: Shane is coming to grown-ish, Grace and Frankie’s season five trailer, Sarah Paulson and Cynthia Nixon teaming up with Ryan Murphy, Tessa Thompson shannot be confined by genre, and Lena Waithe wants a “gay ass black person” to host the Oscars.
We like Cynthia Nixon for the job of New York governor and we think you will too.
“The debate found Cuomo clumsily trying to paint Nixon as nothing more than a deranged actor only to be met, repeatedly, with the passionate rejoinders of a lifelong activist and New Yorker who graduated from the public school system, sent her own kids through the public school system, and rides the crumbling New York City subway every day.”
There’s rainbow wave of LGBQ candidates running for office. All of them are dissatisfied with Trump’s status quo, have strong convictions, and to make the world a better place. Here are their stories.
The activist/actress made her announcement this afternoon via Twitter.
Pretty Little Liars season 6 looks terrifying, Jessica Williams celebrates The Hate Class of 2015, Miley Cyrus tag-teams with Joan Jett to fight LGBT homelessness, and Shonda Rhimes is launching another diverse show.
Sometimes it takes a little time to figure out who the hell you are.
Cara’s Team Pick: Put on a hat and save the world.
Valentine’s Day Edition! A collection of lady-loving-ladies I love loving a lady I also love in a somewhat official manner.
Adam Lambert on the FYE to Trespassing evolution, Glee casts Blaine’s borother, Sara Gilbert and Cat Cora react to Cynthia Nixon’s controversial statements, Ingrid Michaelson’s got a new album and the scoop on a new gay drama!
The reviews are in: “Sex and the City 2: The Movie” sucks. We round ’em up for you and then take the edge off with a retrospective on some of the moments that made us fall in love with the show to begin with; when it was just about the girls, the friendship, the love, the support, and the tribal female bonding. Did you see it? Do you want to?
The beautiful/perfect Cynthia Nixon is on the cover of Advocate’s pride issue, talking relationships, sexual identity, her Miranda identity, her hot butch partner and “Sex and the City 2.” Also; Katie Melua questions her sexuality, Julie Goldman covers SHE Mag, Lea Michele covers Women’s Health Mag, Bitch Blogs celebrates the Daria DVD release and Family Guy features a trans character.