I love funny women and I love reading books. So, when a funny woman writes a book you bet your sweet ass I’m going to buy it and devour it. Which is exactly what I did with”Bossypants” by Tina Fey.
“Bossypants” is a self-help business book buried in a memoir that’s been wrapped in a 30 Rock script. Her stories of being a female comic in what is arguably still a boy’s club should be read by anyone who identifies as a minority in their business field. And because it’s so damn funny it should really be read by everyone.
“I don’t fucking care if you like it.” -Amy Poehler to Jimmy Fallon
That is one of many pieces of advice you can expect to learn from the book. Continue reading
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Last week, we took a closer look at new camp favorite Michael Lucid of Pretty Things. Today, we’re going to talk to Chris Vargas and Greg Youmans of Falling in Love…with Chris and Greg
Popular for their radically queer take on the sitcom, Chris and Greg have formed quite the following at LGBT film festivals and through their YouTube channel, LovingChrisandGreg.
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