The Saturday Night Live player has snuck a lesbian tradition onto network television in her brilliant impersonation of the tween idol.
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The conceptual artist's latest installation is disruptive, bombarding, and overwhelming—but in a good way.
With "Are You My Mother?," the writer examines her past, using journal entries, psychological theories, and her own memories.
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Critics say a march isn't the way to get gay marriage legalized