For queer girls growing up in the '90s, Xena and Gabrielle were life rafts for intimating what a lesbian relationship could look like. The reboot promises to do much more. That's good, right?
DAME's Friendkeeper helps defuse a woman's anxiety over her close pal's transition, and shows a mom how to manage other hypercompetitive parents
DAME talks with one of our most prolific comic talents about the theater of politics (and vice-versa), and her latest role onstage, as a tenacious elderly woman, in 'Ripcord.'
What we'll be listening to, watching, and reading to sate our pop culture needs.
‘Grandma’ writer-director Paul Weitz talks with DAME about the Anita Hill hearings, leaving bro-hood behind, and raising the next generation of women.
The internet reacted with vitriol when the trans advocate was given an ESPY award for courage. But as this writer, the military wife of a combat veteran, knows, you can’t quantify bravery.
As a kid, the writer reveled in her androgyny. But when puberty threatened to declare a gender for her, she became mired in an identity crisis—until a stranger liberated her with a single word.
The singer-songwriter talks to DAME about mental illness, musical catharsis, and being “too much.”
Her backstage comments carelessly dismissed intersectionality and pissed off a lot of feminists. But there is a lot to learn from her Oscar speech—and from her gaffe.
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