‘Framing Agnes’ Sundance Review

-Allison McCulloch Born a girl … so rude! Framing Agnes is a powerful documentary about transgender men and women’s experiences to make sure that the younger trans generation knows they are not alone. Jules Gill-Peterson talks about how she got a PhD in order to have the qualifications to do the research to get what... Continue Reading →

Naya Rivera’s 10 Greatest ‘Glee’ Performances

It would be impossible to forget the talent that Naya Rivera emitted whenever she appeared on our screens. Many people will have come to know Rivera as the daring, sharp-witted cheerleader, Santana Lopez, from the popular musical series Glee (2009 – 2015). Naya’s performance on the show is indelible. She was purely captivating to watch... Continue Reading →

HBO Max ‘Lupe’ Interview & Review

I had the pleasure of sitting down with co-directors André Phillips and Charles Vuolo and Transgender Consultant Kerry Michelle and star of the film Rafael Albarrán for the upcoming movie coming to HBO Max on February 26th, Lupe.  “Lupe” shines an intimate light on the complex story of an immigrant struggling with their transgender identity while searching... Continue Reading →

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