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Q&A: Coppola and Kidman on Female Gaze of 'The Beguiled'

Q&A: Coppola and Kidman on Female Gaze of 'The Beguiled'

By Lindsey Bahr |
The intersection of Sofia Coppola and Nicole Kidman didn't start with "The Beguiled."

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France to Allow Assisted Reproduction for Lesbian Couples

France to Allow Assisted Reproduction for Lesbian Couples

Jun 28
The French government says it will follow the advice of an ethics panel in favor of allowing single women and lesbian couples to have children through assisted reproduction.

Siren Pride Party NYC :: June 24, 2017

Siren Pride Party NYC :: June 24, 2017

Jun 28
NYC's women headed to Watermark near the South Street Seaport for the annual Siren Pride Party, hosted by Henrietta Hudson and Girl Pride NYC.

TV, Films Turning to Young Girls for Their New Action Stars

TV, Films Turning to Young Girls for Their New Action Stars

By Sandy Cohen | Jun 28
From the murderous Laura in "Logan" to the mysterious Eleven in "Stranger Things" to the audacious determination of Mija in "Okja," opening Wednesday, powerful young girls are starring in mainstream action fare like never before.

NYC Dyke March :: June 24-25, 2017

NYC Dyke March :: June 24-25, 2017

Jun 27
Thousands of lesbians and their supporters gathered at New York City's Bryant Park for the Annual NYC Dyke March. The event is a non-permit protest march to highlight lesbian visibility and protest discrimination, harassment and violence.

Marchers With Jewish Flags Banned from Chicago Dyke March

Marchers With Jewish Flags Banned from Chicago Dyke March

Jun 26
Although a wide swath of the LGBTQ community was represented at Chicago's 2017 Dyke March, some marchers were angered when organizers ejected three people who were waving a Jewish Pride flag.

Catching Up With Kate the Great: The Lesbian First Lady of Laughs Talks Pride, Politics, P-Town, Parties and Protesting

Catching Up With Kate the Great: The Lesbian First Lady of Laughs Talks Pride, Politics, P-Town, Parties and Protesting

By Winnie McCroy | Jun 25
With her riotous, political, acerbic style of comedy, Kate Clinton has been the darling of the LGBT community since she first made us laugh way back in the early '80s. EDGE sat down with Clinton to talk about her slate of new projects for this summer.

Study: Most of Women's College Coaches are White and Male

Study: Most of Women's College Coaches are White and Male

By Terrance Harris | Jun 25
On the 45th anniversary of Title IX, women and people of color remain on the outside when it comes to hiring head coaches in women's college sports, according to a report Friday by sports institutes.

Female Legislators Rise Up Against Closed Door AHCA

Female Legislators Rise Up Against Closed Door AHCA

Jun 23
Prompted to anger by the closed-door negotiations of Republican men on the secretive Senate version American Health Care Act, female legislators are speaking out about the right to universal health care, and the need to protect women and girls.

Women Spend $225,000 on Appearance During Lifetime

Women Spend $225,000 on Appearance During Lifetime

Jun 23
American women spend nearly a quarter of a million dollars on their appearance in their lifetime, new research reveals.

Tim and Tyne Daly Set to Make First Stage Appearance Together

Tim and Tyne Daly Set to Make First Stage Appearance Together

Jun 22
Dorset Theatre Festival opens its 40th Anniversary Season with the World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck's "Downstairs," starring brother and sister Tim Daly and Tyne Daly, who will be appearing together for the first time on the stage.

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