L is the first letter of LGBTQ, but often remains misrepresented and on the fringe. This week, two generations of queer women discuss the state of the modern lesbian. Slate staff writer Christina Cauterucci, who is in her 20s, explains why her generation of gender-fluid queers often resists "lesbian." Slate's Double X co-host June Thomas, who is in her 50s, discusses the lesbian radicalism of her youth and its role in modern feminism. And both women agree on one thing: It can be damn hard to find new communities of queer women, particularly when lesbian bars and bookstores struggle to stay open. So where are the lesbians? Why are we failing to see them? How much visibility is enough— and visible to whom? Call 646-494-3590 with your thoughts, and check out "The Lesbian Issue" on Slate. With Maureen O'Connor.
Judd Apatow is a writer, director, and producer of, more than likely, one of your favorite movies or shows. Today, Judd discusses the impact of Steve Martin on his career (2:00) and the existential conflict that fuels his work (13:00). Plus, Judd talks ab
Facebook is ready to set aside $2.2 million for Internet celebrities to use its new Facebook live streaming service. Will this be the boost Facebook Live needs? The Wall Street Journal's Deepa Seetharaman has the latest.
Al Sargent, senior director of product marketing at OneLogin, and MarketWatch's Kari Paul join Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the latest hacking scams in the real estate world and how one down payment could cost you your life savings.