The Real L Word

Showtime’s canceled reality show gives me a sense of queer community that I don’t think I’ll ever experience in real life
I approached Homoground founder Lynn Casper over the summer to help fill the gap in what I saw was a lack of LGBTQ representation in what's always been such a great week to check out new artists.
I've had my heart broken a bunch of times. To be fair, I'm sure I've bruised a few hearts as well. Love can be confusing, and it's hard to know if what you're feeling is really real.
Brandiilyne had just updated her Facebook page to vent about a 20-page paper she had just been assigned in school. In fact, she was completely overwhelmed with back to school and her many other ventures. She was so busy in fact, that she almost missed the most important Facebook post of her life.
"The Real L Word" star Romi Klinger said she was worried about encountering social hostility before she came out as bisexual
I broke my interviewing cherry with Kiyomi McCloskey from Hunter Valentine. I decided to just talk to Kiyomi -- and, of course, ask questions that I thought people who read my blog would be interested in: things about beer, fashion, travel, dating, and being butch.
For more on "The Rubin Report," click here. Calling bisexuality "the hottest of all the sexualities these days," Rubin said
Somer's gutsy performance style and authenticity led to her being cast on The Real L Word, where the lesbian community got to know her as relatable and uncompromising. Now she's started a new music project, Clinical Trials, inspired by Nirvana and Patti Smith.
Chaiken has also recently reunited with “L Word” star Jennifer Beals (Bette Porter) in the new ABC pilot, “Venice." Due to