We’ve Been Named a Finalist for ‘OUTstanding Blog’ in 30th #GLAADAwards

GLAAD Media Awards OUTstanding Blog

So pleased to share that Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents has been selected a finalist in the category of #Oustanding Blog by GLAAD for their 30th GLAAD Media Awards. It is our second nomination. I get a lot of credit (and blame) for what we’ve accomplished here, but there is a literal village of people who make […]

Q&A: Actor Shamika Cotton on the ‘Female Gaze’ of Her African-Carribbean Feminist Spy Character, Marianne Angelle

Shamika Collage Marianne Angelle

“I think the thing that resonates with me the most about Marianne is her willingness to jump in the fight for “freedom, justice, humanity” in spite of the inherent sacrifice that comes with that. Such bravery. A human bravery, which comes with a nagging fear which can only be dealt with by finding allies that can help you along the way.”

Local LGBTQ Links We Are Reading – June 16, 2018

This semi-regular feature compiles some links from around the region on LGBTQ themes. It is important to read the information and to pay attention to what your local media is sharing around LGBTQ topics. Here we go … fair warning, that I am not linking the Pridefest stories. Also, not linking to stories about decals on police […]

Wingnuts Go Crazy Over “Kinky Boots” Performance in Macy’s Day Parade

Kinky Boots, Controversy, Macy's Parade

The social conservatives went bonkers over this (relatively tame – it was cold!) performance from the Broadway musical and Tony winning “Kinky Boots” featuring Pittsburgh’s own, Billy Porter. One person tweeted “Now I have to explain Kinky Boots to my kids. Thanks Macy’s.” Huh? If your kids are not old enough to understand drag, they […]