BY Lisa Kirchner in Boob Tube on May 11, 2010 |
Need a reason to be stoked? Writer Emma Kat Richardson has the deets on Daria’s reemergence.
Recently, with infrequent bathroom breaks and meals brought straight to my futon perch, I consumed an innumerable amount of hours watching Daria on YouTube. Many of the episodes are crassly interrupted by a nauseating blur of static. Others had been uploaded backwards—a phenomenon that goes undetected until the title of Sick Sad ... Read More
BY Laurie in Artsy on May 11, 2010 |
We were so lucky to have the opportunity to interview and photograph the amazing Tilda Swinton for our upcoming June/July issue, and here is a little taste of the full interview. She is discussing her acting career and the love of major transformation on screen, in this case as the matriarch Emma Recchi in the beautiful new Italian film I Am Love, directed by Luca Guadagnino.
Video and photo by Michael Lavine, interview by Phoebe Magee, for the full interview, ... Read More
Leave it to the talented cast of Glee to put a pop icon back at the top of the music charts (The Power of Madonna Soundtrack from their tribute episode was able to knock out Justin Bieber at No. 1 its debut week).
In an article today in The Guardian, author Wendy Shanker chronicles her obsession with the Material Girl and explains the profound influence she has had on her life.Unlike most of us, Wendy has been fortunate enough to actually meet her ... Read More
BY Jules Abraham in Feminizzle on May 10, 2010 |
Calling all women, liberals, and supporters of Gay Rights— Shhhh! Obama is sneaking you into the club. Solicitor General, Elena Kagan, has been selected to fill the seat of Justice John Paul Stevens on the Supreme Court. She would be only the fourth woman since Sandra Day O’Connor in 1981 to serve on the High Court, and breaking new ground in the US as one of three Justices that are women serving concurrently. We gals have never before enjoyed such a ... Read More
BY Elissa Stein in Sexy on May 09, 2010 |
It's almost impossible to comprehend that less than 100 years ago sending information about birth control through the mail was considered not only illicit and obscene, but was illegal as per the Comstock Act of 1873. It wasn't until the 1930s that doctors were allowed to distribute information and contraceptives across state lines. And when the pill first went on sale, it was illegal to practice birth control in some parts of the country. It took a Supreme Court ... Read More