Rob Waltman tried to tell his partner, Peter Dovak, he looked fine. Peter Dovak. Photo: Peter Dovak via Rob Waltman.
Story here. The custom creation by designer Christian Siriano included a sharply tailored tuxedo jacket overtop a full-skirted strapless velvet gown. A play on masculinity and femininity, the look challenged the rigid Hollywood dress code and was boundary-pushing in all the right ways.
Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. Q I'm a straight year-old female who has known my fiance since freshman year of college. He has a fetish where he likes to watch women use the bathroom. I knew this, having seen some of his porn early on, and I accepted it.
Out of the following three start-ups, which is the fake one? One that bioengineers bees to pollinate specific plants. One that provides on-demand electric skateboards.
From Monica Loera's death to the nightmare that was our presidential election and all the shit that happened in betweenthese 12 months tore at our hearts, spirits, and minds. But we had some shining spots thanks to our amazing community members who constantly work to make Austin and beyond better for us all we're aware the list is longer than these two Top 10s, but here's a sampling. As one community member recently said to me, "Her contributions are too long to list here.
Marie Ulven has broken out from behind the walls of her bedroom in Horten, Norway. The project quickly caught heat on streaming services and social media with honest explorations of identity and emotion. Although her instant internet success parallels the dreaminess of her indie pop tunes, growing up outside the norm in a small Norwegian town presented problematic identity challenges.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's campaign has had to consider his sexual orientation as he tries to connect with black voters. Joe Darby, a prominent pastor in Charleston, S. A fellow pastor quickly interjected.
At that time I was living in Hamilton, Ontario after spending nearly all of my life in Halifax, Nova Scotia and was drawn to Toronto by the promise of queerness often associated with urban spaces—reinforced, in this case, by the sheer number of queer friends who had moved to the city. The CLGA in particular seemed imbued with queer possibilities, as a physical space in which histories, stories, and evidence of queerness are collected, cared for, and made widely available. Two other posters, matching the aesthetic style of the first, catch my eye.