Critics are really excited about Appropriate Behavior. Bisexual woman everywhere are even more excited about what’s next for the woman who wrote it.
Liam Lowery talks with BuzzFeed about coming out to his parents as trans, and why it’s just as important to hear from families who have learned to love their LGBT kids without reservation.
With Women, Chloe Caldwell proves great literature doesn’t require the voices of men.
BuzzFeeders let us know how they beat the lowest of winter blues.
It’s more than just “the winter blues”.
And that’s after meeting her initial goal of $5,000 in one day.
There has always been poison in the water.
‘Tis the season to be forced into small spaces with your bloodline.
With an unexpected five figures to work with, the director of Ferguson Library has big plans to serve his ravaged community.
Jacqueline Woodson won the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature and she deserved better than a racist joke.
And, while we’re at it, it’s time for Hollywood to cast transgender actors in films about transgender people.
Have you been dumped via text message? “WTF?!”
Playing Amazon Eve is just the latest remarkable moment in Erika Ervin’s amazing life. Ervin — an actor, model, lawyer, and fitness instructor — talks to BuzzFeed News about what she has learned along the way to Ryan Murphy’s Freak Show.
“You can’t hide from me. I see you.”
The day after winning a $625,000 grant from the MacArthur Foundation, author and illustrator Alison Bechdel spoke to BuzzFeed News about what happens when you’re no longer an underground sensation.
“I don’t have any time to stay up all night worrying about what someone who doesn’t love me has to say about me.”
Dascha Polanco sets the record straight about her new do, and why we should expect more surprises from her in the future. “As I’m speaking to you, my 6-year-old has my wig on. He’s a superhero right now. It’s so cute!”
“Do you want to spend the rest of your life wondering what it would be like to feel completely comfortable in your own body?”
Orange Is The New Yaaass!
As a child, Jane Lynch bullied other kids to fit in. Now, she’s written a picture book on better ways to make friends.