From the monthly archives: March 2012

Jenna Talackova, who was one of the original 65 finalists chosen to compete for Miss Universe Canada, was disqualified earlier this week because she was born male.

Talackova has identified as a female since age four and began transitioning with hormone treatment at age fourteen. She  is now a 23 year [...]

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If any of you follow my Twitter, you already know that I’ve been a huge fan of The Hunger Games books since last summer. Some say obsessive. I say enthusiastic.

When the movie was first announced it seemed like it would be a lifetime away. But tine flew as [...]

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It’s official: Katy Perry has jumped off the deep end. Not for serious but she does in fact pull a “G.I. Jane,” if “G.I. Jane” starred Britney Spears during her “Blackout” era. Taping down her whipped cream cannons, chopping off her locks and enlisting in the Marines is the obvious solution for [...]

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It’s way too early to be looking for swimwear, right? I didn’t think so either. As I sit here looking down at my dirty laundry covered washboard abs (blasted carbs), few words come to mind that don’t revolve around the summer. With vibrant neons, muted pastels and the resurgence of camouflage in the spring/summer collections, it’s obvious that you [...]

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Americans Elect, an organization and website attempting to popularize a third-party candidate, won this years People’s Choice award at South by Southwest and is gaining tons of media attention to follow. Americans Elect promotes the idea that candidates should be chosen by true democracy and not strictly by choice of political party.

I [...]

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Coach has taken a new approach to its collection this Fall. Filled with structured totes, bright primary colors and cool embossed leather, the collection strays from its typical norm and creates a whole new experience.

Above is an example of the structured totes. I love the dual [...]

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In Case You Missed “8″

On March 15, 2012 By

About a week ago something truly brilliant happened at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre. A star-studded cast including George Clooney, Chris Colfer, Brad Pitt, Martin Sheen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jane Lynch, Kevin Bacon, Matt Bomer (my celebrity man-crush) and others came together to support equal rights by participating in a monumental reading. The documentary play, “8,” [...]

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I am loving the colored denim trend this spring! I am not one to jump on the color wagon, but I’m trying to embrace the pop of color. It’s fun, quirky and will 100% get your style noticed! The only downside is that everyone will know when you wear those coral jeans. And [...]

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The Imperial Court is one of those things that most people just don’t “get” until you’re in the midst of it. The best way I could describe it is to say it is a group that raises TONs of money for various LGBTQ organizations by representing a royal court through the art of [...]

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It wasn’t until last year that I even knew that Manhattan’s main St. Patrick’s day parade wasn’t gay-friendly. I guess I’m oblivious to these things sometimes. I’ve been going to the parade religiously with a few of my friend’s from college for years. Attending the parade and bar-hopping down the east side has become our [...]

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