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Ruthie Doyle Talks Puberty, Art, Film and Gardening

"LA VERNIA" is a film exploring the complex relationships between a young queer woman and the women in her life. ...

Correspondents Dinner, Orange is the New Black

If you've all but given up on following political news, the White House Correspondence Dinner is a good way to catch up on what you missed. ...

Mother Teresa’s Canonization Dissed

Pope Francis is not only a good pontiff as pastor, he is also a good pontiff as church politician. ...

May 2014 Horoscope

Now that we've made it through the grand cross, what's next? [–ed.] ...

Joan Osborne: The Complexities of Love and Hate

On her new record, Love and Hate, singer/songwriter Joan Osborne delves deeply into matters of the heart. ...

Ishita, Popularizing Surfing in India

Ishita is the first surfer girl in India. She taught herself how to catch and ride waves and is now inspiring other little grommit girls to hop on boards. ...

A Discussion of Being Intersex on Huffpo Live

Pidgeon Pagonis who tweets @inter_ActYouth talks to Huffington Post Live host about growing up as an intersex youth. ...

Jesus’s Sex Life on The DL

While many biblical scholars have ignored non-canonical texts like the gnostic and apocryphal gospels that suggested Jesus had a wife, they are now not ignoring the 2012 discovery of a faded fragme ...

Whitney Biennial 2014, Queerly Visible

The Whitney Biennial is always a hard show to opine on, feelings often run high and hard. ...

Katie Herzig: Walk Through Walls

Once upon a time, Katie Herzig wore her heart on her sleeve and wielded an acoustic guitar, both apropos of being a singer/songwriter. ...

America Cleans Up its Homophobic Lexicon

As the country becomes more accepting of the civil rights of its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) Americans, it is also beginning to reexamine its language used to demeans us. ...

'A passionate, bloody arena': 30 years of the Turner prize, from Emin's bed to Grayson's dress – video | Art and design
The Guardian
September 30, 2014

The Turner prize, launched 30 years ago, remains a focal point for British art and all its invention, vision and public outrage. Tate director Nicholas Serota and The Guardian's art critic Jonathan Jones consider its legacy, ahead of 2014's exhibition opening this week

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Elena Ferrante: A New Breed of Writer Girl-Crush
the Cut
September 30, 2014

Italy's most celebrated — and reclusive — novelist upends media expectations of female writers.

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After Hong Kong, Instagram Isn’t Just for Brunch
NYMag
September 30, 2014

The photo-sharing network is becoming an important political protest tool.

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Omar Gonzalez’s White House Run
The New Yorker
September 30, 2014

The head of the Secret Service, Julia Pierson, should be asked why there wasn’t a straightforward account of the intrusion.

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Shonda Rhimes 'Angry Black Woman': Stars Respond
Hollywood Reporter
September 25, 2014

It's nearly impossible to describe Shonda Rhimes, the prolific producer behind Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, in only three words.

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Oscar Murillo Made His Collector Cry
hyperallergic
September 25, 2014

In a dispatch this weekend appearing in Artforum's usually stultifying Scene & Herd blog, it was reported that artist Oscar Murillo had carried out an intriguing intervention at a party hosted by the Brazilian collector Frances Reynolds.

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Lena Dunham documentary LGBTQ fashion
Glamour.com UK
September 25, 2014

Lena Dunham, one of our fave celebs and the creator of Girls, is keeping herself pretty busy - it's just been announced that she will be creating a documentary film about a team of New York tailors who make suits specifically for LGBTQ clients.

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Travel industry representatives meet with Caribbean LGBT advocates
washington blade
September 25, 2014

Travel industry representatives met with several Caribbean LGBT advocates on Sept. 19 to talk about how to support their efforts.

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'I'm Gay. Get Over It,' State Senator Announces During Push For LGBT Hate Crimes Bill
Huffington Post
September 25, 2014

A Pennsylvania press conference against LGBT hate crimes on Tuesday turned personal when a state senator announced he is gay.

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Bisexual Youth Mostly Female, Worse Off Than Lesbian or Gay Peers
Jezebel
September 25, 2014

It's Bisexual Visibility Day in the western hemisphere, which should be cause for celebration and pride. Unfortunately, a new report from the Human Rights Campaign says that bi youth in the United States receive more harassment and less support than

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3 suspects in a couple's attack in Philadelphia surrender to police
NY Daily News
September 25, 2014

The three suspects charged in the attack on a gay couple in Philadelphia surrendered police Wednesday morning, according to local reports.

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French Court Simplifies Assisted Reproduction for Lesbian Moms| Gay News
Towleroad
September 25, 2014

The AP reports: France's highest court has ruled that same-sex parents can adopt children born in other countries by assisted reproduction. France has a law that limits assisted reproduction to heterosexual couples who have been together for two years. This...

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Where Is Olivia Pope When You Need Her?
The New Yorker
September 24, 2014

I’d argue that there is a potential insight buried deep inside Alessandra Stanley’s otherwise terrible essay about Shonda Rhimes.

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Nerd Blows Gwen Stefani's Mind, Resists Her Bribery on The Voice
Kinja
September 24, 2014

Maiya Sykes was a triple-major at Yale, loves her mom, and has sung at nearly every Armenian wedding in Los Angeles. And now, watch this 36-year-old blow the roof off of The Voice auditions, prompting a bidding war amongst the coaches ...

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How Much Do You Know About Art
buzzfeed
September 24, 2014

Van Eyck or Van Dyck?

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Why Are Your Married Friends So Into Tinder?
The Cut
September 24, 2014

It's a combination of yenta impulses and #FOMO.

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Four Questions for After the Climate March
The New Yorker
September 22, 2014

More than three hundred thousand turned out for the People's Climate March, but its legacy and impact remain unclear.

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The Revolution Against Campus Sexual Assault
The Cut
September 22, 2014

Emma Sulkowicz, who will not put her mattress down until her alleged rapist is expelled, is its new public face.

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Emma Watson Delivers Game-Changing Speech on Feminism for the U.N.
Vanity Fair
September 22, 2014

The Harry Potter actress received a thunderous standing ovation.

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