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  • For Transgender patients a growing fight over health coverage

    18 Aug 2014 | 4:13 am
    Last spring, Jennifer Blair, a 62-year-old aspiring therapist who lives in Denver, noticed the kind
  • What’s the Point of an LGBT Character?

    17 Aug 2014 | 4:09 pm
    Gay and lesbian characters are, sometimes, portrayed so perfectly on television and film that it is easy to understand exactly why the character was given a particular sexuality. It may be to highlight issues faced in the LGBTQ community, or it may be to show the struggles that someone goes through in coming-to-terms with and accepting their sexuality. And then there are characters that are dubbed as gay or lesbian simple for the sake of it, often in a throwaway line, leaving the viewers pondering why exactly a character was labelled that way if it isn’t going to advance the storyline in…
  • Lea Michele Begins Working On Her Second Book!

    Sandra Stelmach
    17 Aug 2014 | 7:27 am
      Earlier this summer, we reported that Glee star and singer, Lea Michele, will be writing a second book. With her first book, Brunette Ambition, becoming a New York Times Bestseller, Lea is super excited to come out with her second book. Yesterday (August 15), Lea let her fans know on Twitter that she had already begun working on her second book. She tweeted: “Working on book number two today! Had so much fun writing BrunetteAmbition, I’m so excited for you guys to read this next one!” While that is the only information about the new book released so far, be sure to…
  • 66th Primetime Emmys: Outstanding Directing in a Drama and Comedy Series

    Nicol Latayan
    17 Aug 2014 | 2:57 am
    As we lead to the final six days of our Emmy analysis coverage here, we move on to the two Directing categories for this year. For the comedy category Silicon Valley went with the pilot of the show which is always the safe bet for some sort of a recognition. That was obvious this year as it lead them to a nomination, but with almost no buzz for it, I think the nomination is the reward this time. Louis C.K continues his streak of nominations as well, and this year he chose the finale of his six part Elevator episode. I can see this being some sort of a dark horse in this category given that…
  • What Television Has Taught Me

    16 Aug 2014 | 11:58 am
    In honor of the summer season coming to a much-needed and morosely sweaty close, and the fall line-up being almost within my shaking grasp, I’ve decided to jot down all of the things that I’ve learned so far on my journey through the boob tube, the idiot box, the small screen. For those that don’t know, television is my 2nd love. My first love being something that often gets neglected and tossed to the side and sullenly thought about days later with head shaking and tiny amounts of regret. However, my love affair with television is one like no other. We’re there for…
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