We spoke with one of our comic idols, ‘Baroness von Sketch Show’s’ Carolyn Taylor, to discuss the new season on IFC, and her gift for transforming the minutiae of our everyday middle-aged lives into something to laugh about.
The writer’s life was transformed 30 years ago when she first watched this lesbian love story, and rereleased this month. Does this tale of our queer past give us a glimpse of our queer future?
In a sea of political insanity, these two television hosts may be our only hope
With its second season, the Emmy-winning Amazon series has become the queerest, most feminist storytelling to appear on the small screen. But that’s not even the boldest thing about it.
They say a photo is worth a thousand words. Especially these disturbing holiday portraits—if only these gals could speak.
When an outpouring of social-media support for the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks gives way to grief-shaming, are we losing sight of our humanity?
At last night's GOP slugfest, what emerged was not a platform but 10 candidates deflecting, fingerpointing, and demonstrating genuine fear of a Dem they've decided is our next president.
DAME’s executive editor celebrates today’s historic, hard-won SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage, reflecting on why she never imagined even being married.
Don't humanize the killer of nine Black victims by trying to understand his motivation. He told you with his actions. Now, let's get in a real conversation and confront our own racism.
White people can't presume to know what life is like for Baltimore’s brutalized Black community. So why are some of us dictating to protesters how to run the revolution?