• Scarlett Johansson hits back at controversy over new transgender role
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    Ben Arnold

    Scarlett Johansson hits back at controversy over new transgender role

    It was announced yesterday that Johansson is to take on the role of Dante 'Tex' Gill in the movie Rub & Tug, who ran a mob-connected massage parlours in 1970s Pittsburgh.

  • Trans Supermodel Shares How Hugh Hefner Fought For Her When No One Else Would
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    James Michael Nichols

    Trans Supermodel Shares How Hugh Hefner Fought For Her When No One Else Would

    The late mogul became an ally for trans visibility and awareness years before many others.

  • The inherent transness of ‘The Matrix’ trilogy
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    Zach Harper

    The inherent transness of ‘The Matrix’ trilogy

    It sounds ludicrous, and it is especially laughable with the revelation that both Wachowskis are transgender women – a group held up as especially dangerous by these types. With that knowledge, you can’t come to any conclusion other than all of these people are basically Agent Smith. See, “The Matrix” trilogy is inherently trans.

  • 5 times history was made at The Oscars 2016
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    Erica Rae Chong

    5 times history was made at The Oscars 2016

    1. Leonardo DiCaprio finally wins an Academy Award Always a nominee but never a winner. This finally changed for Leo at the 88th Academy Awards when he scooped up the Best Actor award for his performance in “The Revenant.” DiCaprio gave a heartfelt thanks to his team and old friends, including Martin Scorsese, and even worked in a message on climate change saying, “It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating… Let us not take this planet for granted. Alejandro González Iñárritu wins Best Director second year in a row Iñárritu took home the hardware for directing “The Revenant.” He won in the same category last year for directing “Birdman,” making him the first director to win back-to-back Oscars in 65 years and only the third man to have done it so far. The first was John Ford who won in 1940 for “The Grapes of Wrath” and in 1941 for “How Green Was My Valley,” and the second was Joseph L. Mankiewicz who won in 1949 for “A Letter to Three Wives” and 1950 for “All About Eve.” 3.