Life comes to us in a series of glorious and tragic moments, ones that are for the most part overlooked in our overextended lives. Even when we think we are at our most centered we miss things. We are, more often than not, living in a truth we have created for ourselves but life has a way of snapping us back to reality. That is certainly how the 2016 election cycle has gone for me.
With a career that has spanned multiple countries and nearly every U.S. state, Pippa Winslow is a stunning portrait of an artist. Toting names like Universal Pictures, National Geographic and Old Vic, with national theatrical tours to her name in both the United States and the United Kingdom, Winslow has left no stone unturned in the performing arts. The Laughing Lesbian had a chance to catch up with her to ask her a few questions between shows and we are honored to share her humor and wise insights on the stage, what it takes to tour, and how women can define success for themselves.
Watch Rachel Paulson chat it (and drink it) up with Lauren Russel from Showtime's The Real L Word in this special BIRTHDAY EDITION of Drink Responsibly with Rachel Paulson! When you're done with the episode stop by twitter and tell Rachel HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Episode 2 of The Laughing Lesbian's Drink Responsibly with Rachel Paulson featuring comedian, Mav Viola or Justin Bieber?? Check out these funny ladies as they make a drink, chat it up and answer some fan questions!
I just married my best friend. We ran away to Vegas a month ago, and said "I do" in the Lucky Little Chapel wearing whatever we had thrown into our bags, and toting our 1/2 pound chihuahua along. Two months ago, I had no idea we would be together, let alone married.
Los Angeles-based rock band No Girlfriends is no stranger to sex, love, and rock 'n roll. With the release of their new music video for their upcoming EP, it's never been more apparent. Directed by Jaz Moore, the gender-bending video playfully pokes fun at the ups-and-downs of relationships(We’ve all had those, right?).
“There cannot be true democracy unless women's voices are heard. There cannot be true democracy unless women are given the opportunity to take responsibility for their own lives. There cannot be true democracy unless all citizens are able to participate fully in the lives of their country. We all owe so much to those who came before and tonight belongs to all of you.”
The Laughing Lesbian founder, Emily Krawczyk interviews SOLD film producer Jane Charles about the changes in advocacy in feature films and the deep personal connection she has to the film and the message it carries. SOLD is based on the novel of the same name by Patricia McCormick, directed by Jeffery Brown, produced by Emma Thompson and Jane Charles, and stars Gillian Anderson, Seema Biswas, Susmita Mukherjee and David Arquette.