Tag: l word

Starvoice • 12.16.11

By Jack Fertig CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY Jennifer Beals turns 48 on Monday. The actress came to fame in the iconic ’80s film Flashdance. But it wasn’t until 2004 when she resonated with the lesbian community playing Bette Porter for...

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Uh Huh Her tonight at Cambridge Room

L Word 2.0. Who couldn’t love Leisha Hailey as Alice on The L Word? Adorable, smart, tenacious. Don’t expect any of that tonight as she and Camila Grey hit the stage as Uh Huh Her. The House of Blues and Keep A...

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Starvoice • 08.19.11

By Jack Fertig CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY Marlee Matlin turns 46 on Thursday. Matlin is the youngest woman at 21 to win the Oscar for best actress for Children of a Lesser God in 1981. She gained a new fan base by going lesbian as art...

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The L world

PRIDE OF LESBIANS | Debbie Forth, left, co-created the new web show ‘Lez Be Proud,’ depicting the everyday lives of her and fellow cast members, left to right, Dawn, Lauren and Kristi. The show debuts Friday. The women of the...

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Starvoice • 05.20.11

By Jack Fertig CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY Pam Grier turns 62 on Thursday. The iconic actress helped defined the blaxploitation film movement of the ’70s with Coffy and Sheba, Baby. She resurfaced in Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown...

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WATCH: Uh Huh Her at House of Blues

I was sad to not have made it out to the Uh Huh Her show this past Monday at the House of Blues — especially after talking to Camila Grey, half of the duo for last week’s ish. She and Leisha Hailey (from The L Word) came...

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Spanish fly

We’ve gotten pretty used to gay cinema after all these years, and if there’s one thing we’ve learned it’s this: Gay Spaniards are hot. And while we tip our hat to Pedro Almodovar for starting us down the road of queer Latin...

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Backtracking

THE U WORD | Texan Camila Grey, left, teamed with ‘L Word’ star Leisha Hailey to form indie duo Uh Huh Her. As they make their way to SXSW, queer duo Uh Huh Her scales back for sophomore release The dream of most bands might be...

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Good question

Lesbian writer Abby Dees wrote her book more for straight friends of gays than for gays themselves Author Abby Dees. (David Taffet/Dallas Voice) Abby Dees wrote Queer Questions Straight Talk from her own experiences while...

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