#BornThisDay: Writer, William S. Burroughs

  February 5, 1914- William Seward Burroughs II: “A paranoid is someone who knows a little of what's going on.” Drugs, gay sex, foreign lands, trouble with authority and then writing it all down: chapter headers for my memoir Jockstraps ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Writer, Gertrude Stein

  February 3, 1874- Gertrude Stein: “Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.” I caught it yesterday while channel hoping. The familiar Woody Allen opening credits were rolling and I decided ... See the Rest

#TransformationTuesday: QWERRRKOUT feat. Arthur Gillet

Transformation Tuesdays just got a whole lot QTer…New queers featured every week! Tag us, take a pic of us and follow us on Instagram at See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Writer, Colette

January 28, 1873- Colette: “Do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm”. She was Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette Gauthier-Villars de Jouvanel Goudeket, but smartly went by the simple, Colette. Colette put herself out to the world as ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Christian Dior

January 21, 1905- Christian Dior FADE IN: EXT. RED CARPET, KODAK THEATRE - DAY RYAN SEACREST & MOVIE STAR on a pedestal with microphone SEACREST "Who are you wearing?" STAR "Vintage Dior Couture. I’m the main ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Artist, John Singer Sargent

January 12, 1856-  John Singer Sargent The question remains, was he gay? I have always felt that I could tell from his work & sensitivities that he was gay, but we will probably really never know about the sex life of one of my favorite American artists ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Actor, Eva Le Gallienne

January 11, 1899- Eva Le Gallienne We love the lesbians. Butch or femme, softball playing or treading the boards, in therapy or giving therapy, at my house, we feel good about our gay sisters. I was one of the lucky theatre fans who saw her, along with ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Artist, Marsden Hartley

January 4, 1877- Marsden Hartley: ''I want to paint the livingness of appearances.” He is one of my favorite artists from one of my favorite periods. Mardsen Hartley is one of the greatest & most intriguing figures in the art world. He was born in ... See the Rest