“There are funny women out there, and we want to introduce them to the nation.”
Archive for June, 2011
Across the border from New Mexico along Interstate 10, the desert winds were blowing crossways against the group of walkers, whipping up the ever-present sand and dust that stung their eyes and skin.
Since its founding in 1993, LHI has grown from an all-volunteer organization that provided mammograms and basic wellness screenings, to a well-rounded, nationally respected organization serving hundreds of Houston-area lesbians each year.
“Gay life in the 1950s was a spy-like world of codes,” says 53-year-old award-winning playwright Jon Marans.
It’s very in vogue now, this whole End-of-the-World business. Of course, there was a premature ejaculatory buzz from polemic whack job Harold Camping, but everyone and John Cusack’s mother knows the actual date—courtesy of that time-obsessed tribe of clockwatchers, the Mayans—is NEXT year.
In the midst of all the political and media rancor about LGBT lives, we sometimes forget how important it is to connect one-on-one with the people we love the most
When Neil Patrick Harris hosted the Tony Awards in 2009, he earned his first Emmy Award. Now, he’s baaaack!
Did I mention that Logan Kessler presented an award in drag as Bitelle (his Cagelle character in Broadway’s current revival of La Cage aux Folles)?