In her upcoming memoir, the actress chronicles her adventures in Hollywood — including that time Taylor Swift cut her in line to the bathroom.
“The main thing for me was that Rosa said ‘bisexual,’ and that she said it so many times. She names her sexuality.”
From Todd Haynes’s Poison to Marlon Riggs’s Tongues Untied.
From Dallas Buyers Club to Battle of the Sexes to Love, Simon, there are more LGBT films than ever before. But is this progress?
“Being born is nice, being reborn is really nice.”
“In order to be accepted by the white audience, we have to be docile, be agreeable, be the sassy black friend.”
“We’re like the new Asian mafia.”
“I mean, we’ve all got [a body.] It’s very liberating.”
We’re not okay.
“I got a phone call, and the one phone call was, ‘Can you do the entire thing, but can she not be having an affair with the president?’”
“Racism exists. And I have felt it deeply.”
“I’m a little ho of all trades.”
Wake up, show!
Vulture is ready to discuss Mrs. Who, Mrs. Which, Mrs. Whatsit, the missing Dr. Alex Murry, and Meg’s earnest journey to self-acceptance.
“I always say one of my favorite things about myself is that I’m half-Filipino but I don’t look like it.”
“There was no villain. There was nobody who was just set on being an asshole for whatever reason.”
Drag Race’s harshest judge on appropriation, trans politics, and her favorite lip syncs.
A look back at the history of RuPaul on trans identity.
“Isn’t it ironic that the queen who likes drama least provided you the most?”
It’s the most shocking elimination in Drag Race herstory.
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