There is something so gentle and sweet about this it’s making everyone cry today. Things like this, you just can’t imagine how much they mean.
There is nothing more inspiring and heart-breaking than someone who is willing to put their life on the line for a democratic ideal that has yet to recognize them as full and equal citizens, whether those citizens are black, native,… Continue Reading
I wish everyone else was reading my Facebook feed today: thoughtful statements by young folks, calls out for the voices of trans military vets by advocates, queer partners of trans people refusing to stand down, unapologetic statements of solidarity by… Continue Reading
I love this so much. Rache was interviewed in the LA Times to talk about Eve – and to talk about trans visibility, especially vis a vis Bomer being cast as a trans woman. Here are my favorite bits: She’d… Continue Reading
I’ve been sitting on this article for a day or two because it honestly depressed the shit out of me, so if you’re feeling especially overwhelmed by the grief and dread of the political landscape right now, you might want… Continue Reading
She transitioned in 1958 at the age of 21 and went on to be a Playboy bunny and appear in 8 movies, did numerous TV appearances, and was otherwise a glamorous, beautiful woman. Here’s a cool interview with her.
There have been a few reviews of And Then There Was Eve, but this one, in particular, by Reggie Peralta, gets it right when it says: Crowl, on the other hand, portrays Eve as remarkably well-adjusted after being so coldly… Continue Reading