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On Creativity, Community & Connection – An Interview with Kendall Tichner

in Real Talk

We got to ask queer creative Kendall Tichner about adaptive reuse projects, what it means to be an artist today, and what it takes to build community!

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Tila Tequila, Neo-Nazism, and Queer Women in Social Media

in Entertainment/Real Talk/The Nation

Thienh Thanh Thi Nguyen, aka “Tila Tequila,” has received a lot of backlash from her social media comments over the years. Her career began as a nude and import model, which slowly led to her achieving stardom as one of the first “internet-famous” celebrities. In 2006, she had the most-viewed profile on Myspace. Based on her cyber success, MTV created a dating reality show called A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, a series that capitalized on her bisexuality. Recently Tequila appeared at an Alt-Right Conference in Washington, D.C. where she was photographed doing the Nazi salute.   Click “Page…

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