‘Cambodian Rock Band’ is an excellent part-play, part-rock concert about the legacy of the Khmer Rouge, while ‘All the Natalie Portmans’ makes the actor a much-loved ghost.
There is a new generation of women-only sex parties aimed at those who, on the whole, don’t identify as lesbians. They're fun—but they don’t seem keen to welcome actual lesbians.
The Russian WWII-era drama tells the story of two women soldiers struggling to manage the lingering effects of war. And it is stunning, writes Cassie da Costa.
Stonewall House in Brooklyn is New York City’s first LGBT-welcoming senior housing. Its population will be roughly 50 per cent LGBT and 50 per cent straight—and it opens today.
Hallmark gave in to One Million Moms, pulling Zola’s ads showing a lesbian couple. Then it reversed its decision. It should have known anti-LGBTQ bigotry was wrong from the get-go.
“Work in Progress” creator Abby McEnany calls her show “a coming of age story for a 45-year-old dyke,” which includes confronting “SNL” star Julia Sweeney about her character Pat.
Like its groundbreaking predecessor, ‘The L Word: Generation Q’ will have a rainbow spotlight on its growing pains. Let’s hope it mixes old and new characters, and finds its voice.