After forty years of providing a safe, sacred space for women, the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival (MichFest) is closing its gates.
Lumberjanes: Volume 1 is perfect for elementary school-age girls (and boys) everywhere, and for us grownup Lumberjanes as well.
“I love my mom–dad–dad/mom, but it doesn’t mean that I understand what she’s doing,” confides Ben Lehwald during the first episode of Becoming Us.
The Providence Gay Men’s Chorus (PGMC), one of the finest gay male choral ensembles in the country, delivers uplifting and empowering messages of equality for all. Sharing our group and individual talents, our love of music, the joy of performing, and our commitment to musical excellence are our main objectives. The PGMC constantly demonstrates to […]
In April, in a 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer, Bruce Jenner officially came out to the world as a transgender woman. Millions tuned in as Jenner revealed that he has been living under an assigned gender that wasn’t his own and that he has been a woman inside for all of his life. “It was […]
From wearing pasties in public, to her outlandish live performances, 22-year-old former Disney Channel singer Miley Cyrus says she is just being herself and thinks that everyone deserves the same opportunity. Because of this, Cyrus is launching a charity called the Happy Hippie Foundation to help homeless and LGBT youth throughout the nation. In a phone […]
Few have experienced what George Baxter–Holder has lived to tell, and what a tale it is.
If Pride had a soundtrack, Jimmy Somerville would be on it. The British gay disco king is back with Homage, a nod to his 1980s disco roots that may make you want to strap on your roller skates and ride a rainbow down to this year’s Rhode Island PrideFest. Somerville, famous for his falsetto voice […]
Pride: The Gay and Lesbian Comedy Slam, a classic compilation of acts from some of the best gay and lesbian comedians, is back on Netflix for Pride Month. Still relevant and hilarious, the show is hosted by Bruce Vilanch, long-time comedian and head writer for the Oscars. Vilanch introduces self-proclaimed “gaysian sweetheart,” the tight–shorted Alec Mapa, and […]