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!! OMG, WATCH: Magic and Cookie Johnson talk living with Magic’s HIV in the spotlight and accepting their son EJ’s sexuality !!

Love is love, and it has helped the Johnson family triumph over heartbreak and the unexpected, in turn teaching them to accept eachother! Check out Magic and Cookie‘s interview with Good Morning America above!


!! OMG, Herstory has been made! RuPaul takes home an Emmy for ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ !!

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And he wouldn’t be RuPaul if in his acceptance speech he hadn’t sassed:

“Earlier this year I was quoted as saying, ‘I’d rather have an enema than an Emmy,’ but thanks to the television academy I can have both!”

What an incredible message for the Academy to send a global audience by supporting a show like Drag Race, and MUCH deserved! Check out the video of his win and acceptance below!

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!! OMG, 40 musical reasons why Dolly Parton is a groundbreaking genius, in chronological order !!

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To celebrate the third leg of Dolly Parton‘s Pure & Simple tour (beginning this Friday in Toronto), we asked our friend Brad, the biggest Dolly fan we know, to create a chronological list of his favourite Dolly songs.

You might be surprised that most of Dolly’s songs (particularly the early ones) are not about romantic heartbreak, but uplifting things like unplanned pregnancy, child abuse, murder, and insanity — from a feminist perspective.

Heads up: We didn’t even try to include a song from Trio or Trio II, the glorious collaboration albums from Dolly, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronstadt. You should really listen to those in their entirety.

Now, on to the list! Song titles in bold are the ones Brad predicts Dolly is most likely to play on the Pure & Simple tour.
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01. Dumb Blonde (1967) was the first single from Dolly’s first album Hello, I’m Dolly. She ain’t no dumb blonde though!

02. Just Because I’m A Woman (1968) was Dolly’s first single on RCA. She wrote it in response to her husband’s disappointment that she wasn’t a virgin when they were married in 1966 (50 years ago!). Some radio stations refused to play it because it was considered controversial at the time.

03. In The Good Old Days When Times Were Bad (1969) is about Dolly’s impoverished childhood and her mixed emotions about those times. It’s full of imagery and sincerity. Classic Dolly.

Continue the Dolly Parton musical journey after the jump!

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!! OMG, WATCH: Seth Rogan and Amy Schumer are back in BUD LIGHT ads and awesomley pushing gender nonconformity !!

“We are going to bring America together… to party for everyone, men, women, people of all genders! But, you know, gender identity it’s really a spectrum and we don’t need these labels”

We love it! Take the paycheque but do some actual good while promoting the product! This is great advertising.

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