“She could be difficult, she could be stubborn, she could be outrageous and she always stood up and spoke out for bisexual people and challenged biphobia even in the most hostile environments. Blessed Be.”
Julie wants me to say, “Nothing brings you to comedy.” I guess she means, we were always funny and attracted to funny people so that’s why we are here. And that it wasn’t necessarily a choice. We were born this way. Now she wants me to say, “YES BITCHES, BRANDY WAS BORN THAT WAY.”
On flappers, Zelda Fitzgerald, and sleeping around.
The first album I came to own on vinyl was “Pearl.”
“I’ve been doing this shit for half a damn decade, and I honestly couldn’t tell you how any of it happened.”
“When you don’t dress like everybody else, you don’t have to think like everybody else.”
Mabel Hampton preserved our story when it was first starting. Now I wanna tell hers to you.
Welcome to Idol Worship’s Underwear Week Edition! Speaking of which, I’m still inspired by how Bettie Page showed us her underwear so much.
Quvenzhané Wallis has the most popular name in the 24/7 news cycle as of late, which is funny considering just two days ago journalists couldn’t even be bothered to learn how to pronounce it.
Valentine’s Day Edition! A collection of lady-loving-ladies I love loving a lady I also love in a somewhat official manner.
I was watching a Madonna music video. And I really, really, really wanted to watch it for the rest of all time in complete and total isolation from every other human or sentient being on the planet.
They never told us in school that Kahlo was bisexual and I feel conned by that, feel robbed by it. I’m proud of it.
These are desperate times – and sometimes it all gets so overwhelming that we need something, someone, to remind us that there is light. That is Jessica Halem.
Edie is proof that anyone can be an icon. Just ask Andy Warhol.
“Recently I wrote a poem on the notebook on my iPhone on the subway platform. I like to move around.”