“It’s always been therapeutic.”
The six-episode web series is the only independently produced project nominated for Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series, a new category this year.
But that won’t stop LGBT fans from interpreting the flirtatious and charismatic character as they’d like.
Because there’s nothing like a fresh cut to make you feel 100% you.
In an exclusive interview, BuzzFeed News spoke with Alaina Kupec, a trans woman from North Carolina who is featured in the 60-second ad targeting anti-trans legislation.
And if you rocked the Justin Bieber look, we are not here to judge.
“I just want people to believe I was actually attacked,” McSwiggan, who pleaded not guilty to the charge, told BuzzFeed News on Wednesday.
It’s that time of year again.
“The first time the word ‘dyke’ was hurled at me I turned around and said, ‘So what? What are you going to do about it?’”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said deputies responded to but could not substantiate Calum McSwiggan’s claim that he was attacked after leaving a gay club. Police later arrested him on a vandalism charge. [Update: McSwiggan was charged on Wednesday with filing a false police report.]
Fans took to the internet to process and vent about the dramatic finish to the season. Obviously, spoilers.
Yes, that one. All the spoilers ahead — you’ve been warned.
“What’s between my legs does not define my womanhood.”
BuzzFeed spoke with showrunner Emily Andras about the revolutionary act of not only including queer female representation — but actually letting those queer characters live. Plus, an exclusive clip from this week’s episode.
“I wish we didn’t have to be brave just to continue living.”
Many people took to social media to express their shock and grief, after a gunman opened fire at a Florida gay club, killing 50 people.