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American Music Awards: Lambert Out Outs Gaga

So apparently the buzz about Adam Lambert is, it looked like he was getting head from one of his dancers, then did a real-life lip lock with his keyboardist during the final performance at the ...

Sex Abuse in the Catholic Church Reflects Society At Large

New research released last week shows that sexual abuse within the Catholic Church contradicts the accepted view that gay priests are responsible. ...

Mixtape Madness: The Break Up

I know it has been a while since I did a mixtape for Vp, and I guess I really don’t have a good reason as to why I stopped. ...

Open Thread: Zen Monday

What is Tao? It is just this. It cannot be rendered into speech. If you insist on an explanation, This means exactly this. — Lu Tung Pin ...

Editor’s Letter: Mating Season


Dear Everyone, welcome to the next chapter in lesbian media, Velvetpark Mate. ...

Welcome To Velvetpark Mate

After almost nine months of planning, with the last six slogging away elbow deep in code, the highly anticipated Phase II is here — Velvetpark Mate! ...

Glee Viewing Party: Ep 9 & 10

We have been a little behind the curve on posting Glee. Here are episodes 9 —"Wheels", and 10 — "Ballad".   ...

The Kel Word: Brandi Carlile's "Give Up the Ghost"

I originally heard about Brandi Carlile from a DJ friend years ago when she first emerged. ...

Hump Day: Me and My Weave

Spring was rearing its ugly head. I was not prepared. Winter’s doughy paws had deftly jacked me up a pants size (or two). ...

Gustavo Dudamel Brings Art and Soul to L.A.

Gustavo Dudamel has wrapped up his first month as the new conductor and musical director of the Los Angele's Philharmonic. He is the newest star in Hollywood. ...

Precious: Not a Ghetto Freak Show

The buzz is at a fever pitch for this movie and for good reason. ...

Vanderbilt Football Players Found Guilty of Raping Unconscious Student
gawker
January 28, 2015

It only took a few hours for a Nashville jury to convict two former football players accused of raping an unconscious Vanderbilt student in a sickening attack captured on a cell phone video.

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From the Deep South, an Overlooked Chapter in Art History
hypperallergic
January 28, 2015

Is Bill Arnett enjoying the last laugh? For five decades, the Atlanta-based writer, curator, and collector has researched and collected a vast array of art forms from around the world...

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A Timeline of Events Since the ‘Serial’ Premiere
Vulture
January 27, 2015

Finally, a Serial timeline that does not include cell-phone records or Leakin Park.

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“Selma” Vs. “Selma”
The New Yorker
January 27, 2015

In her reworking of the original “Selma” script, Ava DuVernay gave L.B.J. the familiar role of the white man in American race movies.

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Ellen DeGeneres says new lesbian TV show will not be another 'lesbian comedy'
independent.co.uk
January 21, 2015

Ellen DeGeneres is to make a new comedy series featuring a lesbian woman and a straight man who decide to have a baby together.

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'Girl On Girl: A Film About Lesbian Visibility' Seeks Funding Through Indiegogo
Huffington Post
January 21, 2015

Do feminine-presenting lesbians experience invisibility within the queer community?

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Last Tango in Halifax: the latest victim of the dead lesbian cliche | Television & radio
The Guardian
January 21, 2015

Kaite Welsh: The decision of Sally Wainwright to bump off half of the programme’s only gay couple is yet more evidence that lesbians in TV exist to be sacrificed for the plot

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2015 SOTU First To Say “Lesbian,” “Bisexual,” “Transgender”
BuzzFeed News
January 21, 2015

In this year’s State of the Union address, Barack Obama used dozens of words that have never been mentioned in any previous SOTU address. Some highlights, from the remarks as prepared for delivery:

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The Supreme Court's New Gay Marriage Case Tests MLK's Dream of True Equality | Lisa Bloom
Huffington Post
January 21, 2015

How fitting that just before Martin Luther King Jr. weekend our Supreme Court justices agreed to decide whether our constitution requires all 50 states to recognize same-sex marriages. As Dr. King said the night before he died, "All we say to Am...

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Debates at Davos Get Around to Gay Rights
The New York Times
January 21, 2015

The World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, which begins this week, has been a top venue for controversial conversations over the years. Israelis and Palestinians have debated,

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Anderson Cooper Delivers Hilarious Response to ‘Gay Agenda’-Obsessed Pastor
Mediaite
January 21, 2015

Last week, Ellen DeGeneres decided to publicly respond to a pastor who had used her as an example of the media's gay agenda in an op-ed for the Christian Post. Another gay entertainer referenced by Larry Tomczak in that piece was CNN's Anderson Cooper.

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Berlin Story
The New Yorker
January 21, 2015

How the Germans invented gay rights—more than a century ago.

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Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Burn the Fuck Outta Bill Cosby at Golden Globes
jezebel.com
January 12, 2015

Here's Amy Poehler and Tina Fey opening the Golden Globes mean girl bestie-style with a series of sick burns on the rich, famous, and drunk.

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15 Badass Art World Heroines Over 70 Years Old
huffingtonpost.com
January 12, 2015

The following 15 women defeated the odds, inscribing their names in art history and forever changing its course. And what's crazier is the fact that they kept doing it, over and over again, ...

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The Best Books This Year Are All Written by Women: A Guide
gawker.com
January 9, 2015

We went looking for the best books to read this year and a wonderful thing happened: we discovered they were all written by remarkably talented women. A particular chorus of men wrote some decent books, too, but women, by far, will own 2015.

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My Own Career Bores Me Mark Flood on His Gallery Experiment
hypperallergic
January 9, 2015

Mark Flood Resents was an artist-run gallery, showroom, exhibition space, hangout, and crash pad where nothing was for sale. The space was intended to confuse the art world and to showcase young artists. The Artforum ads were perplexing, the space

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President Obama Proposes Free Community College For Two Years
BuzzFeed News
January 9, 2015

An estimated 9 million students could benefit from the program with each full-time student saving an average of $3,800 per year, the White...

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3 Suspects Dead in French Hostage Situations
NYMag
January 9, 2015

All three suspects wanted in connection to two hostage situations in France are dead, according to reports, and all the hostages are believed to have been successfully freed after several frightening hours.

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AP Removes Piss Christ Photos After Charlie Hebdo Self-Censorship
gawker.com
January 8, 2015

Politico's Dylan Byers reports that the Associated Press removed an image of Andres Serrano's 1987 photo Piss Christ from its photo library in the wake of today's deadly attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

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