7 Must-See Queer Acts at Brooklyn's Afropunk Festival

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Science Says Marijuana Might Be Nature’s Aphrodisiac

Screenshot from Theo and Hugo Now, where do we sign up as test subjects? By Sam Jones Fri, 2017-08-18 17:17 This article originally appeared on The Fresh Toast You know it to be true, but now science might have your back. A recently-published study in the Pharmacological Research journal suggest that marijuana could be a proven aphrodisiac. The research also notes that … [Read more...]

From the Vaults: Two Women's Crucial Contributions to Queer Art History

Zoe Leonard (Photography: Jack Louth) In conversation with Zoe Leonard & Cheryl Dunye.  By Linda Yablonsky Fri, 2017-08-18 16:46 This article originally appeared in the April 1997 issue of OUT Zoe Leonard “In one period I decided photography was sick,” recalls the artist Zoe Leonard, a private, 35-year-old New Yorker now sitting in her Lower East Side studio, sewing … [Read more...]

Anohni Pens Must-Read Essay, ‘God Is A Woman, Now Or Never’

As a part of Anohni’s ongoing exhibition, Future Feminism, at the "O" Space in Aarhus, Denmark, the artist debuted an essay today that pricks at the global male ego that is attempting to usurp femininity and womanhood from its divine roost. Related | Naomi Campbell Stars in New ANOHNI Video The essay, titled “God Is A Woman, Now Or Never,” opens by condemning the idea of a … [Read more...]

Tig Notaro Talks Life After Death & The Healing Power of On-Demand Food Docs

Five years ago, Tig Notaro opened a stand-up set with “Good evening. Hello! I have cancer.” Now, with the return of One Mississippi (premiering September 8), the semi-autobiographical Amazon series about her Southern homecoming after her mother’s death, the comedian is again in radical territory. This time, it’s fiction. Season two finds Notaro’s eponymous hero, a radio host, … [Read more...]