SOLD. Interview with producer Jane Charles

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.

Drink Responsibly with Rachel Paulson featuring Anna Gillcrist

The Laughing Lesbian presents Drink Responsibly with Rachel Paulson featuring comedian Anna Gillcrist! Rachel gives us a good laugh with her Rapid Fire questions, a drinking game that we all know and love, and creates an atmosphere of energy and fun. With a drink in hand, anything is possible. Laugh, drink and have a good time!

Criminal Fun: Morality according to Cantor Gold and Ann Aptaker

Crime fiction, at least the kind I write in the Cantor Gold crime series, blurs the line between good and evil, moral and immoral. I tell the story of people who do what they need to do to survive, which, to one degree or another, is all of us. Because letai??i??s face it: right and wrong, moral and immoral, have very different meanings if poverty takes food from your table and the roof over your head, or youai??i??re faced with rotten circumstances not of your own making and the ai???system,ai??? or those in authority at your job, your school, your neighborhood, only make things worse. And though ai??i??or even becauseai??i?? Cantor Gold exists only in fiction, as the author I can reference these familiar injustices without being preachy. I can let Cantor just take you to the other side of the equation, while giving you the exciting, page-turning adventure you shelled out your hard earned money for.

Review of Gillian Anderson’s: A Dream of Ice

a-dream-of-ice-9781476776552_hr Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin come together again, this time, with their gripping novel ai???A Dream of Ice,ai??? the second in the EarthEnd Saga published by SIMON AND SCHUSTER. Child psychiatrist Caitlyn Oai??i??Hara has it all, but after being flung into another world, developing new abilities and becoming the access point for the unknown, her world is starting to unravel with terrors that she herself has unleashed.

Interview with Singer Songwriter: LP

Very rarely am I able to recall the first time I hear a song, but with LP I can tell you where I was, what I was doing and what time it was. That's how big of an impact her music has had on me. I was in a hotel room in Florida late at night flipping channels when I came across a Citi Bank commercial of a girl climbing a huge rock, but what caught my attention was the song playing in the background. This was before Iphone's could instantly tell you what song was playing so I memorized two words and was instantly googling. I googled for a good hour until I found LP and her song "INTO THE WILD" and from that moment I was hooked.

To Love Without Consequence by E.M. Anam

Often, I find myself writing about the special needs community, but tonight I write for a completely different reason: my life and myself. Let me start off by saying that everywhere I look, there is a fight going on, across the country, and across the world. The fight? If I am allowed to love who I love. For some reason, my falling in love and marrying a woman is up for debate with governments, countries, communities and other people. My right to fall in love and marry that very person should to be something to debate. Why is my love up for debate? Because the bible told them so? Let me tell you a little about what the bible also says.

The Laughing Lesbian Reviews: Netflix’s Chelsea Does…

You love her or you hate her, either way, we all know who she is. Chelsea Handler is a household name across America and even the world: not always in a good way but publicity is publicity, right? Chelsea Handler left E! Network to do her own thing, which included but was not limited to: publishing yet another book, Uganda be Kidding me, doing a stand up tour of said book via Netflix, took a lot of photos of her boobs and made a documentary. All of these things were and still are, amazing.