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06/01/2006 

 
 
 
 
  Angela Brinskele

Angela Brinskele
 
Angela Brinskele has been photographings LGBT pride events in California since 1984. In this interview with glbtq's Wik Wikholm, Brinskele discusses her work, the obstacles she has faced, the "post-gay" phenomenon, and her plans for the future.
 
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  slideshow

04/01/2006 

 
 
 
 
  Lily Tomlin

Lesbian Comedians
 
The enormous popularity of stand-up comedy since the 1980s has encouraged lesbian comics to perform on stages around the United States. Several have been spectacularly successful in entertaining and educating both mainstream and queer audiences, and a select few are among the most prominent lesbians in American popular culture.
 
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  spotlight

03/01/2006 

 
 
 
 
  Mardi Gras

New Orleans
 
New Orleans is one of America's most colorful cities and boasts a rich tradition for glbtq people. The city is both a popular travel destination for gay men and lesbians and the home of a diverse glbtq community.
 
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11/01/2005 

 
 
 
 
  Mady

The Art of Mady
 
Mady is a Montreal-based artist whose expressionist-inspired work often dwells on life, death, female sexuality, spirituality, and memory.

This exhibition features images from nine distinct series she has created since 1990.

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  interview

09/30/2005 

 
 
 
 

Pam Tent, 2004
 
In this 2004 interview with Owen Keehnen, Pam Tent, a founding member of San Francisco's flamboyant Cockettes, discusses the inception and the ultimate disbanding of that counter-culture performance group and reminisces about its glittering moments and its celebrity following.

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  interview

09/30/2005 

 
 
 
 

David Drake, 1994
 
In this 1994 interview with Owen Keehnen, performer and playwright David Drake discusses the success of The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, his careers as both performer and writer, his sissy boy stigma, and Hollywood homophobia.

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  interview

09/14/2005 

 
 
 
 

David B. Feinberg, 1991, 1992
 
In these two interviews with Owen Keehnen, the late author and activist David B. Feinberg (1956-1994) discusses his involvement in ACT UP, his award-winning novels Eighty-Sixed (1989) and Spontaneous Combustion (1991), his play The Pathological Flirt, and the influences on his work.

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  interview

09/14/2005 

 
 
 
 

Lesléa Newman, 1994
 
In this 1994 interview with Owen Keehnen, Lesléa Newman discusses her children's, young adult, and adult novels; the dramatization and film versions of A Letter to Harvey Milk (1987), the lesbian and Jewish influences on her writing; and the controversy over Heather Has Two Mommies (1989).

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09/01/2005 

 
 
 
 
  Lipstick Conspiracy

Lipstick Conspiracy
 
Lipstick Conspiracy is a San Francisco-based all-transgender band founded in 2003. Though still relatively new, the group has been welcomed by critics. The Portland Mercury characterized the group as rock-n-roll's first all-tranny band, the San Francisco Bay Guardian named them "Best Girl Band" of 2004, and The SF Observer praised their "simple guitar riffs" and "punchy, rhyme-induced lyrics."

Here, band members tell us about their inspiration, music, and the obstacles they have faced and share some advice for queer bands that are just starting out.

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  interview

08/31/2005 

 
 
 
 
  Mabel Maney

Mabel Maney, 1995
 
In this 1995 telephone interview with Owen Keehnen, comic novelist Mabel Maney discusses her young adult female detective and nurse novels, The Case of the Not-So-Nice Nurse (1991) and The Case of the Good-For-Nothing Girlfriend (1994), parodies of the Nancy Drew and Cherry Ames novels that reestablish an institution/mythology in gay terms in the late 1950s.

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