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Betsey Johnson Celebrates Brides, Marriage Freedom

By Leanne Italie | Thursday Sep 11, 2014
Drag queens and a transgender bride romped down Betsey Johnson's runway Wednesday with same-sex couples, a few "Real Housewives" and the 72-year-old designer's TV dance partner in a fashion show that screamed JUST MARRIED!

Pride Fashion: What to Wear

By Mac Smith | Tuesday Jun 17, 2014
As Pride celebrations get underway around the globe, let us fill the streets with rainbow flags, music, dancing and a united LGBT community celebrating unity, equality and love... and of course, looking our best doing it!

Gifts of Love: Well-Suited

By Mac Smith | Thursday Feb 6, 2014
Forget the teddy bears and mystery-filled chocolates of Valentine’s Days past. Put some spark in your romance with thoughtful presents that allow you and your loved one to celebrate your unique relationship - and do it in style with a custom-made suit.

One "ANTM" Star’s Journey From the Shelter to the Runway

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Jan 29, 2014
Transgender designer and model Isis King was living in New York City’s Ali Forney Center for homeless LGBT youth when she was first accepted into the popular reality TV show "America’s Next Top Model."

BET Busted for Banning B. Scott on Basis of Gender Identity

By Winnie McCroy | Friday Jan 10, 2014
BET is putting the brakes on gender non-conforming host B. Scott for "looking like a woman" on air.

Transgender Texas Student’s Tuxedo Photo Banned

By Juan A. Lozano | Friday Nov 15, 2013
A South Texas transgender student says his school district is preventing a photo of him in a tuxedo from appearing in his high school’s yearbook.

Tomboy Tailors Creates the Perfect Fit

By EDGE | Thursday Jul 4, 2013
Tomboy Tailors in San Francisco offers stylish, masculine attire for women, trans-masculine individuals, or anyone seeking a bespoke, custom-fit style.

Butch Designs Hit the Runway

By Heather Cassell | Thursday Feb 28, 2013
ButchLYFE: All Stud Fashion Show hit the runway as the visibility of butch women, trans men and other self-identifying "masculine of center" participants reclaimed fashion as their own.
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