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Kinetic Cinima @ Mad Museum

How does the idea of "queer/feminist/science fiction, dance and gaming ala 'live action role play'" grab you? Hopefully by the b*lls, because that is what the A.O. ...

Yoga Acharya BKS Iyengar 1918 - 2014

It is safe to say that there is not one Yoga Asana teacher that has not studied with or studied under a student of B.K.S. Iyengar. ...

Art is Dead, Amy Poehler the Lesbian Gallerist

Unfortunately this an Old Navy ad, but here's to hoping there will be more from Amy Phoeler the lesbian gallerist. Aggressive, dangerous, stupid... brilliant.   ...

The Stigma of Black Suicide is Killing Us

When the first news reports of Robin Williams’ death hit the media, few questioned the report that the country's most beloved comedian had committed suicide. ...

Tenacious as Hell, Vividly: Wanda Ewing

Exactly four years ago, I noticed some small prints at a salon on the Upper East Side, the last place I expected to encounter art so critically charged. ...

Sinead O'Connor Pens Thoughtful Note To Clueless Miley Cyrus

Sinead O'Conn0r penned a thoughtful open letter to Miley Cyrus after the young singer had sited her elder stateswoman of song as an inspiration for "Wrecking Ball". ...

Aquarius Full Moon; The Water Bearer And The Lioness

I have been thinking a lot about responsibility lately, what I’m tied to, what I love, what I am creating, maintaining and magnetizing. ...

LGBTQ Christians Embracing celibacy

No joke. Progress has been made on federal and state levels concerning LGBTQ civil rights but many churches, especially in certain religious conservative circles, are far behind. ...

African American sisters aging with HIV and co-morbidities

Imani (not her real name) was thirty-two when she contracted HIV. Surrounded by sister-friends who died from the virus, Imani did not expect to reach middle age. ...

Haiti Glass, Lenelle Moïse

Sometimes hearing hard truths are easier when packaged in poetic verse. ...

Divided LGBTQ communities on Israeli-Palestine conflict

As Secretary of State John F. Kerry flies to the Middle East to broker an Israeli- Palestine cease-fire, the tensions of this conflict have also divided our Boston LGBTQ communities. ...

Allison Jones, Nerd Hunter
The New Yorker
April 1, 2015

Stephen Rodrick on the casting director behind Paul Feig’s “Other Space,” who also casted “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Freaks and Geeks,” and more.

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Hospitalized Joni Mitchell Is "Awake and In Good Spirits'
jezebel.com
April 1, 2015

On Tuesday, news broke that Joni Mitchell had been found unconscious and rushed to the hospital. Today, NPR reports that the musician is "awake and in good spirits."

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Chris Brown and A Nation of Raped Boys
Olivia A. Cole
April 1, 2015

Yesterday I read an article in which Chris Brown discussed the age at which he lost his virginity. He was 8, he says, and the girl was 14 or 15. He mentions that in “the country” he and his cousins watched a lot of porn, so by age 8 he was “hot to trot.”

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MTV's True Life: It captures slut-shaming in action.
slate.com
April 1, 2015

Only one of MTV's best three shows remains on the air. Daria left us long ago, and the gem Rich Girls lasted just one season. But True Life soldiers on. True Life launched in 1998 and its format hasn't changed..

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The World's Most Famous Musicians Just Hosted a Bonkers Press Conference
gawker.com
March 31, 2015

Only a few minutes ago, the entire music industry stood on a stage in a collective display of how rich and out of touch they are. They think you are willing to pay up to double the price of other streaming music services to pay for their streaming music service, because they are crazy.

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Ellen Pao and the Sexism You Can’t Quite Prove
NYMag
March 31, 2015

A covert culture of discrimination is often the one that hurts women the most.

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Indiana Gov. Stunned by Number of People with Gay Friends
The New Yorker
March 31, 2015

Pence said that from what he has been able to gather thus far, the phenomenon of "ordinary folks" having gay friends “has been going on for years.”

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Little White Lie, filmmaker Lacey Schwartz, a story about embracing her racial identity.
theroot.com
March 27, 2015

Lacey Schwartz grew up as a white, Jewish girl in the predominantly white community of Woodstock, N.Y., raised by Peggy and Robert Schwartz. But what she didn’t know at the time was that her biological father was black.

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Edmonia Mary Lewis: One of the Most Brilliant Sculptors of Her Time
The Root
March 27, 2015

A tiny woman, Edmonia Lewis built inspiring and relevant sculptures, some of which still live in the Smithsonian.

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How Silicon Valley Can Change Its Culture to Attract More Women
The New Yorker
March 27, 2015

Silicon Valley executives, universities, and female scientists and engineers are searching for ways to bring more women into the high-tech industry.

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Woody Allen is a genius. Woody Allen is a predator
Salon.com
March 27, 2015

I love "Manhattan" even though it makes me queasy. Hemingway's new memoir forces me to confront my blind spot

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Michelle Obama Used to Curse A Lot, Dated Patti LaBelle's Son
jezebel.com
March 26, 2015

Another reason we all feel that deep and inexorable pull towards our #1 lady: she had a potty mouth when she was younger. FLOTUS reveals the fact in a biography slated for release on April 7.

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My Medical Choice, ANGELINA JOLIE
nytimes.com
March 24, 2015

My doctors estimated that I had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer, although the risk is different in the case of each woman.

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Quick Hit: Is medicine's gender bias killing young women?
Feministing
March 24, 2015

A recent qualitative study out of the Yale School of Public Health suggests that younger women who have heart attacks may hesitate to seek care for fear of being considered hypochondriacs, contributing to the mortality gap between men and women ...

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Miss Universe Japan Facing Backlash Because She's Biracial
The Root
March 24, 2015

Ariana Miyamoto recently broke barriers in Japan by becoming the first biracial woman to represent the country in the Miss Universe pageant. Miyamoto, whose mother is Japanese and father is black, ...

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Starbucks Campaign Already Inspiring Awkward Conversations About Race
Code Switch : NPR
March 19, 2015

Video blogger and DJ Jay Smooth was on MSNBC Tuesday night to talk about Starbucks' #RaceTogether campaign, which has already birthed a very public, cringeworthy conversation about race.

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Rise of the Gender Novel
thewalrus.ca
March 19, 2015

Too often, trans characters are written as tortured heroes. We’re more complex than that

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How Well Do You Know "The L Word" Theme Song
buzzfeed.com
March 19, 2015

This is the way that we live...

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Egyptian Woman Dresses As A Man For 43 Years To Support Her Family
Egyptian Streets
March 19, 2015

Sisa Abu Daooh, a 64-year-old woman dressed as a man while polishing shoes in Luxor. Credit: Al-Arabiya Sisa Abu Daooh was just 21 and pregnant with a girl

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