Today, in the headlines of the Village Voice, you could discover the 100 most powerless New Yorkers oppose to all most powerful lists which are always about rich and famous people.
The Village Voice has decided to talk about people like you and me, and among them we find the number 22, Tiffany Cocco, a young lesbian homeless.
Congratulations to NY for legalizing Gay marriage! As a public service to help Lesbians across the Empire State, U-Hauls across New York will be shutting down for the next three months. They like to call it a "cooling down" period, but we like to call it insurance for making sure the vagina you touched for the first time last night doesn't become your new wife by next week.
While we wait the answer of the Senate of New York about the legalization of gay marriage in the state, Uma Thurman shows her support.
It is official, there will be a third season of The Real L Word with cast of the second season that we will be able to continue to follow and new people.
Unlike the first two cycles, the show's third year will add New York to its filming locations and revolve around new East Coast cast members and see Los Angeles "fan favorites" -- like Whitney – return as reports Hollywood Reporter.
Hello Kittens! Welcome back to the wonderful world of Ilene Chaiken. Have you missed the drama, backstabbing, cheating, and lots and lots of bieber-bians? Yeah, me neither, but here we go anyway! The Real L Word: Season 2 began this Sunday and left me with only one word (okay, we all know I can never leave things with only a single word, but I tried my best): Holy-crap-lesbians-are-freakin-crazy-but-I-love-this-crap-so-much! Got that? You’ll see why…