78% of gay teens are bullied or teased. Some skip school to avoid it. Some drop out. Some of them commit suicide, or are killed. It’s a mess. So how does Ellen Page coming out affect any of that?
I am a huge fan of drag for many reasons; first and foremost being that it is an extremely important form of performance art.
Do you think it’s cute to speak like a high-school student while expounding all the social-justice rhetoric they brainwashed you with in college?
“Women who had the audacity to wear pants in the workplace was unheard of. I hope to be a trailblazer in a similar way. If we live in a world where only women can express masculinity and where man can’t express femininity then we don’t have gender equality.”
If the connection was right, gender and physical presentation became much less relevant.
For true fans, I don’t have to tell you what happens tonight. It’s been years. We’ve waited. Even patiently at times. For some of us, we never thought this day would come.
Theon Greyjoy: Every fraternity pledge class has a mistake. Often, this is the person who’d you’d least expect to be downright awful–they’ll have a relatively normal background, are good enough at holding a conversation, and on the surface, appear to be “just another dude.”
There were no high expectations in danger of being deflated after seeing Jason Biggs put his dong in a pastry. That day, I became a realist.
“The first thing I notice in someone is their smile, but also I think one of the main most attractive things to me is someone who has wit/intelligence. I am a sucker for a person who speaks with conviction.”
My earliest memory of Eminem is from the sixth grade, where an older girl played me his Slim Shady LP in our bunk beds at space camp. (I go hard, guys.)