Just who is this HIV+, femme, POC superhero who defied the Comics Code Authority and fought an evil, white male supremacist? Hint: not America Chavez, that’s who.
Voguing trailblazer discusses the history of the dance form, why Paris Is Burning is still relevant, and offers advice to baby voguers.
The original rainbow flag had eight colors and was inspired by the US flag and the Bible.
“Punk is going against the grain, punk is a way of thinking, and I think in theory, [Haus of] ATM is very punk.”
Writer/activist Glamazon tour-de-force discusses Asians’ role amongst BlackLivesMatter and LatinLivesMatter, what it means to be “Fat, Femme, and Asian,” and yellowface in Hollywood.
First gay LEGO, not counting Albus Dumbledore, of course.
Blunschi talks about writing what we know, writing about other people, and sexuality.
From femme representation to tired plot to convoluted storyline, Stonewall (2015) has created controversies and proven that there is such a thing as bad publicity.
Faglandia sits down with Tales of the Waria director-producer Kathy Huang to talk about truth in filmmaking, earning trust, and respecting your film subjects.
Legendary Jamari Blahnik opens up about ballroom politics, being the father of a house, and embracing femininity.