Of creating art in such dark political times, Shankman says, “I think all we can do is use our voices to speak our truth and stand up for ourselves and our beliefs—but we also have to listen.” .
The transgender writer-director’s web series about transmasculine friends tackled testosterone and top surgery when it debuted in 2014.
Although his pieces are frequently set in the past, everything Jones does is grounded in the now. ’ ” , “I try to live my most authentic life for my queer family who might notbe able to right now.” He also brings a variety of LGBTQ perspectives to his publications, from a video series with intersex subjects to stories about transgender teens.
“I’m in search of deeper meaning in a time evermore under the shadow of fascism,” he says. Now, Picardi, with the help of journalist Meredith Talusan and writer Tyler Ford, has launched Condé Nast’s first queer publication, , which features a young gay black dancer as the lead character.
I believe insight and information always prevail.” For a project like this, the time, indeed, is now. Garcia: Dress & Shoes by Marc Jacobs standout said she’s been newly inspired to talk about being a woman, an Arab-American, and a member of the queer community. I’m turned on by a lot of people right now.” Speaking of which, the actress, who recently returned for the second season of TBS’s acclaimed comedy “Queer life at its best represents individual freedom in search of beauty,” says Bill T. One of our greatest choreographers, Jones has been seeking and finding for more than four decades, and 2017 has been one of his most prolific years yet.
“With all the xenophobia, homophobia, sexism, and racism going on in this world, it is more important than ever to shine a light on minorities of all races, genders, and sexual orientations, and show the incredible gifts we bring to this world,” says Cardasis. His performances have included “Analogy/Dora: Tramontane,” which traces his mother-in- law’s childhood in Belgium during World War II; “Analogy/ Ambros: The Elegant,” a study, in part, of a romance between a German man and a Jewish man that ends in madness; and “A Letter to My Nephew,” which reflects Jones’s attempt to mend his relationship with a young relative.
“I feel lucky that I get to hear what people think about my work by participating in public engagement.” Hanning has spoken to hundreds of people with similar narratives of survival, and he feels a responsibility to give voice to their experiences.
“It’s not just about me,” says the artist, who, presented work at the “Black Mirror Pink Reflections” exhibit at New York’s Spring/Break Art Show earlier this year.
“When you see characters who are unfamiliar, they become familiar, and you have a new sense of them as your compatriot.” Soloway will release a memoir in 2018. The film tells the story of Ulysses (played by newcomer Luka Kain), a 14-year-old boy questioning his gender identity, who gets kicked out of his house and ends up in a church program for LGBTQ teens.
Interspersed with musical numbers and romantic yearning, it is equal parts .
, a movie chronicling the iconic 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King (played by Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), was something of a nostalgic head trip for legendary player King.