Month: September 2022

Rosie Duffield allegedly told LWD attendees she did not believe Eddie Izzard was a woman.(PA/Getty) MP Rosie Duffield has allegedly threatened to leave the Labour Party if comedian Eddie Izzard is selected to stand in the next general election on an all-women shortlist. Speaking during a Labour Women’s Declaration (LWD) discussion group at the Labour
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Wendy Stuart will be hosting TriVersity Talk! this Wednesday at 7 PM ET with featured guest Patrick McNaughton. TriVersity Talk! is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn. TriVersity Talk! Is part of TriVersity’s
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Spiros Halaris When the pandemic hit and Dylan Mulvaney lost her job touring with the musical Book of Mormon, she turned to the nation’s arguably biggest stage: TikTok. Now, Mulvaney has become one of the platform’s viral stars, garnering eight million followers with her series, “Days of Girlhood,” where she makes videos highlighting her journey
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Think life is full of bureaucracy? Try death! According to Therese Beharrie’s A Ghost in Shining Armor, there’s a whole system at work once someone dies to help their soul move on to whatever comes next. For some, this means lingering as ghosts, visible only to rare humans like Gemma Daniels who help them resolve
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Since the dawn of genre cinema, horror movies have been thrilling audiences with gruesome death scenes at the hands of monsters and madmen. Over time, filmmakers even came up with the Slasher subgenre to thrill bloodthirsty audiences with a specific hunger for over-the-top simulated murder. Of course, some of these cinematic deaths were bound to
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News Santigold Cancels North American Tour “I will not continue to sacrifice myself for an industry that has become unsustainable for, and uninterested in the welfare of the artists it is built upon.” By Matthew Ismael Ruiz September 26, 2022 Facebook Twitter Santigold in Pacific Palisades, California, October 05, 2019. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic) Facebook Twitter
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Halloween is right around the corner, and you know what that means — it’s time to start working on your Halloween TBR! To help you get started, I’ve picked out 12 short horror novels under 300 pages each, so you can pack as many scary stories as possible into your October. There’s just something about
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Mr. Wilder and Me by Jonathan Coe (Middle England, The Rotters’ Club) isn’t so much a work of fiction as a fictionalization of some true events. The book covers the period when Billy Wilder, one of the greatest screenwriters and directors in old Hollywood, helmed one of his final films, Fedora (1978), about a Greta
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Eat my c**t. After looking at two very different types of queer-coded bromances in Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse and Ron Underwood’s Tremors, we took a trip to Poland to analyze the trans allegory in the mermaid horror musical The Lure before heading back into the twisted mind of Clive Barker to discuss his infamous directorial debut,
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News Christine and the Queens Shares New Song “rien dire”: Listen The upcoming album, Redcar les adorables étoiles, arrives this November By Rob Arcand September 26, 2022 Facebook Twitter Christine and the Queens, photo by Pierre-Ange Carlotti Facebook Twitter Christine and the Queens is back with a new song from the Redcar project. The single
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