At a three-day retreat in upstate New York, Marina Abramovic instructed her friend Lady Gaga in the Abramovic Method–a series of exercises designed to heighten participants’ awareness of their physical and mental experience in the present moment.
Pop star thinks lesbians are more daring
Lady Gaga made her clubhouse debut for Bravo TV’s “Watch What Happens Live”, hosted by Andy Cohen. The singer did not disappoint with being very open and candid. She discussed everything from Miley Cyrus to Cher to twerking.
By Kelsey Brannan
After entering D.C.’s National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) to view the “Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power” exhibition, I encountered Lady Gaga’s childhood piano (1966)—the same piano that enabled her to rock and queer the minds of music lovers around the world. But she did not create this vision of change on her own. It was built by the foremothers of rock: Ma Rainey (1920s blues), Wanda Jackson (1950s rockabilly queen), The Supremes (1960s girl group), Tina Turner and Cher (’60s), Patti Smith (’70s), and Madonna (’80s), to name few. And, some of these trailblazers are still recording and touring today.
By Chelsea Keller
The incomparable finalist from “The Voice” Frenchie Davis and her musical life partner pianist and comedian Kathryn Lounsbery opened up to Lesbian.com about their amazing new musical venture, naked Liberace bonding and why you shouldn’t give a hoot what people think of you.