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Anti-diskriminierende Sprache: 9 Tipps, damit du trans* Personen nicht misgenderst

Acht Jahre lang glaubte Sara Kaplan, ihr erstgeborenes Kind sei ein Mädchen. Bis ihr ein Klassenkamerad ihrer “Tochter“ sagte, sie hätte ein Geheimnis. Und dieses Geheimnis war, dass ihr Kind „im Inneren ein Junge“ sei. Von diesem Moment an wusste Sara, dass sie keine Tochter, sondern einen Sohn großgezogen hatte.An diesem Tag nahm Kaplan ihren Sohn James, der jetzt 10 Jahre alt ist, beim nach Hause gehen an die Hand, und hörte zu, als er ihr erzählte, wie er sich bemüht hatte, das Geschlecht, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Usa, Milan, James, Sara, Kaplan, Namen, Wie, Raum, Aber, Herr, TIPP, Weise, Eltern, Kurz

‘I hope we all now realise how special live music is’: stars on pop’s future after coronavirus

Festivals are cancelled, livestreams thriving – so how can music recover? Jack Garratt, Ella Eyre, Sara Quin and more talk gigs, hits and togethernessLike many other aspects of life, the music industry has been changed, possibly permanently, by the coronavirus pandemic. There have been predictions of financial meltdown and of venue closures on a vast scale; suggestions that now is the moment for streaming services to change the way they pay musicians; even arguments that pop music in lockdown pr...
Tags: Business, Music, World news, Music Industry, Culture, Manchester, Dublin, Sara, Jack Garratt, Sara Quin, Ella Eyre, Tegan, James McGovern, Coronavirus outbreak, Jack Garratt Ella Eyre Sara Quin, Jeremy Pritchard

Watch Hayley Williams Cover Tegan And Sara’s “Call It Off”

Like the rest of us, Hayley Williams is staying at home. Last week, she killed some time by covering Phoebe Bridgers' "Smoke Signals." This week, she's decided to do a quick rendition of Tegan And Sara's "Call It Off." A couple years ago when The Con turned 10 years old, she … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Paramore, Sara, Hayley Williams, Tegan And Sara, Tegan, Hayley Williams Cover Tegan And Sara, Phoebe Bridgers Smoke Signals This

Kelly Lee Owens – “Melt!”

Kelly Lee Owens released her very exciting self-titled debut back in 2017. The London producer has popped up a few times since then, always doing something cool: She's covered Tegan And Sara and Aaliyah and remixed St. Vincent and Björk. She put out More »
Tags: Video, Music, London, Aaliyah, Bjork, St Vincent, Sara, Tegan, Kelly Lee Owens, Billie0cean

Popdose Video Premiere: Sara Melson, “State of Ease”

Popdose proudly presents the world premiere video for ‘State of Ease’, the latest video from one of our all time indie pop sweethearts, Sara Melson. The track previews her upcoming EP, Wild & Precious Life, out May 16, 2020.   Sara emerged from LA’s legendary Hotel Café singer/songwriter scene. Over the years, her real estate on my CD shelf has steadily grown with an eclectic and evolving of mix rockers, ballads and dreamy pop songs released on a series of albums and EPs. The video was shot a...
Tags: Music, La, Coldplay, Malibu, Popdose, Video Premieres, Parker, Sara, Hotel Cafe, Melson, Rick Parker, Sara Melson, iPhone 11, Danny Hechter Badflower Jordan McGraw, Josh Kirschenbaum, Mark McTiernan

Kate Wisel's Playlist for Her Short Story Collection "Driving in Cars with Homeless Men"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Winner of the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, Kate Wisel's linked story collection Driving in Cars with Homeless Men is filled with haunting and poignant portrayals of women and violen...
Tags: Music, Lana Del Rey, Boston, Chicago, David, Bob Dylan, Moscow, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Mariah, Conor Oberst, Serena, Ray Charles, Boston Globe, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Sara

ADA Inks Sara Evans' Born To Fly Records

WMG owned indie distributor ADA Worldwide has partnered with multi-platinum country artist Sara Evans and her indie label, Born To Fly Records. ADA will support the Nashville-based label with sales and distribution globally. Launched in 2017, Born To Fly Records is home to Evans’ critically acclaimed eighth studio record, Words, which was named one of Billboard and Rolling Stone’s Top Country Albums of the Year. The ACM Female Vocalist of the Year is currently prepping her new album, due ...
Tags: Music, Nashville, Evans, Warner, Rolling Stone, Ada, Bruce Houghton, Sara, WMG, Aaron Watson, Craig Dunn, Sara Evans, ADA Worldwide, Kenny Weagly, Records ADA, Big Label Records and Broken Bow Records

Yes, It's Okay To Not Go To Prom

Prom season is here, which means that prom #content is everywhere. I’ve definitely awww -ed over some cute promposals, but with all the prom articles, Instagram posts, and ads everywhere, it can be hard to remember that prom is not actually mandatory.I skipped prom for a few different reasons: I’d been to two homecoming dances before, and while I’d had an okay time, it didn’t feel the need to repeat it with a much-pricier ticket (another reason I skipped). My friends were all going with dates, ...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Instagram, Ariana Grande, Carrie Brownstein, Columbus, Taco Bell, Chicago Il, New York Ny, Sara, Brooklyn NY, Michele, Jehovah, Philadelphia PA, Dallas TX

Yes, It's OK To Not Go To Prom

Prom season is here, which means that prom #content is everywhere. I’ve definitely awww -ed over some cute promposals, but with all the prom articles, Instagram posts, and ads everywhere, it can be hard to remember that prom is not actually mandatory.I skipped prom for a few different reasons: I’d been to two homecoming dances before, and while I’d had an okay time, it didn’t feel the need to repeat it with a much-pricier ticket (another reason I skipped). My friends were all going with dates, ...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Instagram, Ariana Grande, Carrie Brownstein, Columbus, Taco Bell, Chicago Il, New York Ny, Sara, Brooklyn NY, Michele, Jehovah, Philadelphia PA, Dallas TX

Shura – “BKLYNLDN”

British Artist To Watch Shura released her debut studio album, Nothing’s Real, back in 2016. In 2017, she contributed a cover to Tegan And Sara’s The Con X: Covers album. Now, she returns, newly signed to Secretly Canadian, with a new single, “BKLYNLDN.” The swooning, romantic track comes with … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Sara, Tegan, Shura

I’m The Breadwinner In My Relationship — And It’s Complicated

Ever since I can remember, I’ve been a workaholic. Romantically, I’ve always been almost exclusively attracted to artists. It should be no surprise to anyone that I’ve ended up the breadwinner in my relationship.That hasn’t always been the case — but right now my husband, Jacob, is freelance, while my salaried job as the head of content at a startup has become our main source of income and health insurance. When we got married in 2017, the situation was reversed. I was working from home as a co...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Michael Keaton, Tucker Carlson, Eleanor, Sara, Jennifer, Julie, Pew Research, Martha, Jane, Jacob, La Croix, Farnoosh Torabi, Tristan Offit, Ashley C Ford

K-pop girl group Blackpink make U.S. TV debut, announce Forum concert in April

Now that K-pop boy band BTS is famous enough to present an award on the Grammys, it’s probably time to get familiar with the next big thing from South Korean pop music, Blackpink, a girl group that made its American television debut on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Monday. Blackpink had already started building buzz in early January when they were announced as part of the lineup for Coachella in April. The K-pop girl group Blackpink made its U.S. television debut on “The Late Show ...
Tags: Music, TV, Stephen Colbert, Abc, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Colbert, Good Morning America, Coachella, Linkin Park, Sara, Inglewood, Anaheim, Sunset Strip, El Tri

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Baby Mama Sara Molina Says He Beat Her Bloody & Raped Her

As it stands, most people didn’t have a flattering perception of Tekashi 6ix9ine, aka Danny Hernandez. He has made his name in hip-hop as an abusive, vitriolic, provocative, rainbow-haired troll.But new details emerging from an interview that his baby mama, Sara Molina, gave to The Daily Beast, shed light on just how nasty the Mexican-American My Little Pony truly was behind the scenes.The interview is long and worth the full read, but here are some of the juiciest tidbits recounted by Molina: S...
Tags: New York, Celebs, Nicki Minaj, Los Angeles, Fbi, Kanye West, Domestic Violence, Brooklyn, Hip Hop, Rape, Dubai, Pop Culture, Jazz, Domestic Abuse, Rape Allegations, Long Island

Watch Snail Mail Talk Old Bay Seasoning, Godspell, & Tegan & Sara In Nardwuar Interview

Last year, badass teenage songwriter Lindsey Jordan, known to most of us as Snail Mail, emerged from the suburban hinterlands outside of Baltimore and released Lush, one the best debut albums we've heard in a dog's age. And now Jordan has gone through a crucial rising-star rite of passage and done an interview … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Jordan, Baltimore, Nardwuar, Sara, Tegan, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan, Nardwuar Interview

How One NYC Family Makes The Most Of Every Square Inch Of Their Apartment

Conventional wisdom often dictates that when you have kids, you make one of two choices: Move to the suburbs (bye-bye, city life you worked so hard for), or figure out some way (sell your stocks! Sell your clothes! Sell a freakin' kidney if you must!) to afford a larger, more explicitly child-friendly space in your city. But Gunnar Larson, a New York City-based interior designer, and his wife Sara, head of PR and communications for the fashion brand Galvan London, have rejected this idea whole-...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, New York City, Aiden, Netherlands, Beverly Hills, Salvador Dalí, Lisa Vanderpump, Sara, East Village, Westchester, Marie Kondo, Garbo, Gunnar, Fuji Instax

On the Queer Millennial Greenlandic Novel, 'Last Night in Nuuk'

Just over 56 thousand people live in Greenland, a pseudo-autonomous nation that belongs to the Kingdom of Denmark, and takes up two million square kilometers of North America, making it the least-densely-populated state in the world. Nearly 90 percent of the population are Greenlandic Inuit who belong to three ethnic groups—Kalaallit, Tunumiit, Inughuit—that speak three distinct Eskimo-Aleut languages; the rest of the population are European, largely Danes, and nearly everyone is fluent in Kalaa...
Tags: Music, Nbc, Review, Fiction, Americas, Book Review, Denmark, Greenland, North America, Pacific, Danes, Sara, Nuuk, Greenlandic, FIA, Greenlandic Inuit

Shorties (Tommy Orange Awarded the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize, Tegan and Sara's Forthcoming Memoir, and more)

Tommy Oranges There There has been awarded the 2018 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize. Tegan and Sara memoir, High School, will be published next fall. 55 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation Saturday (bringing the total to 809), including Book Riot’s best books, the New York Times' best poetry collections, and the Washington Post’s best cookbooks December's best eBook deals eBook on sale for $2.99 today: The Little Prince by Antoine de...
Tags: Music, Washington Post, David, New York Times, Amanda Palmer, Darlene Love, Bobbie Gentry, Forbes, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Sara, Esquire, Tegan, Hope Sandoval, Tommy Orange, Megan Boyle, Antoine de Saint Exupery Stream

Victoria's Secret Just Announced A Massive Beauty Sale — On Everything

Think about the last time you walked into a Victoria's Secret. Maybe it was the 'Buy 5, Get 2 Free on Thongs' sign that pulled you in. Or perhaps you had to swing by for your fifth consecutive bachelorette party this year (will they ever end?!). Regardless of why you were there, chances are you took a quick stroll through the beauty section, picked up that purple Love Spell body mist, and spritzed it on your wrist — for nostalgia's sake, of course.If you're still a sucker for those sugary, sexy...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Victoria, Sara, Victoria s Secret Bombshell Eau de Parfum, Candice Elsa Jasmine

Jeremy T. Wilson's Playlist for His Story Collection "Adult Teeth"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Jeremy T. Wilson's impressive short story collection, Adult Teeth, makes everyday life enthralling. Booklist wrote of the book: "Like Lorrie Moore and Bobbie Ann Mason's short fic...
Tags: Music, Mac, America, Georgia, Chicago, David, New York Times, Bill, Rolling Stone, Duran Duran, Michael Stipe, Wilson, Peter Buck, Thurston Moore, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Sara

Shorties (A Profile of Well Read Black Girl's Glory Edim, A Profile of Julia Holter, and more)

The New York Times profiled Well Read Black Girl's Glory Edim. The anthology she edited, Well Read Black Girl, is one of the year's most impressive and important books. SPIN profiled singer-songwriter Julia Holter. October's best eBook deals. eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: The Best of Us by Joyce Maynard The Devil's Advocate by Taylor Caldwell Shatterday by Harlan Ellison Jim James played a Tiny Desk Concert. The recommended great horror fiction. Patrick Stickles of Titus...
Tags: Music, David, New York Times, Julia Holter, Patrick Stickles, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Sara, Karl Ove Knausgård, Tegan, Joyce Maynard, Los Angeles Review of Books Stream, Chelsey Johnson, Stray City, Taylor Caldwell Shatterday, Harlan Ellison Jim James, Susan Orlean Vulture

Josh Groban talks bucket list collaborations, hosting the Tonys and having Tony Danza as a TV dad before headlining the Forum

Singer-songwriter Josh Groban is happy to finally be headlining the Forum in Inglewood on Saturday, Oct. 27. The now 37-year-old L.A.-native has had the honor of performing on stages in just about every other venue in the area, but since he grew up going to Laker games and concerts at the former sports arena, he said this stop on his Bridges Tour with singer-songwriter and Broadway star Idina Menzel is going to be extra special. “I feel like I should get a free yogurt now or something,” he said ...
Tags: Music, Christina Aguilera, Adele, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Ariana Grande, Broadway, Drake, Bjork, Idina Menzel, Guy Fieri, Jason Aldean, Southern California, Concerts

Eric Church surprises fans with a special acoustic set to close day one of Ohana in Dana Point

Ohana Festival, the three-day event curated by Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, returned to Doheny State Beach in Dana Point on Friday for a third year and it was filled with surprises. It was a bit overcast and warm when doors opened early Friday afternoon, but that didn’t stop hundreds of fans from leaving work early or calling in sick and pouring into the sprawling beach-side venue early. Those who were first in the gates were treated to a warm, ukulele welcome by Vedder himself on the main s...
Tags: Music, Church, Beck, Norah Jones, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Seattle, Orange County, Eddie, DOE, Bob Seger, Interpol

Matthew Dear – “Horses” (Feat. Tegan And Sara)

Next month, the Michigan musician Matthew Dear will release a new album, Bunny, his first full-length since 2012's Beams. In the downtime between albums, he linked up with Canadian duo Tegan And Sara a couple of times, first for a Tears For Fears cover and then for an original Dear track … More »
Tags: Music, Michigan, Sara, Matthew Dear, Tegan And Sara

Why Every Indie Needs A Music Sales Ninja

As with any other industry, those in the music business earn money from transactions. In this piece we hear from Sara Dempsy, an expert and building and maintaining relationships with digital stores like Sony Music, The Orchard, and Interscope. _________________________________ Guest post by Sara Dempsy for Indie Ninja Relationships are a part of the value proposition. Sure, we earn money from transactions on the site, but those relationships need to be the right ...
Tags: Music, Marketing, Guest Post, Interscope, Music Business, Digital Music, Sara, Sony Music, D.I.Y, Amazon Each, ABKCO, Sara Dempsy, Sony Music The Orchard, ADA Interscope, Sara Dempsey

The Wild Story Of The Heiress Who Gave Her Fortune To NXIVM

Clare Bronfman has been a tireless champion and financial benefactor to the headline-making alleged cult NXIVM for decades. That is a choice that has lead her from her perch as a multimillion-dollar heiress and award-winning equestrian to squandering her fortune and being charged with conspiracy and criminal racketeering.Clare and her sister Sara, who are daughters of billionaire businessman Edgar M. Bronfman, first joined NXIVM in the early 2000s when it was still known as a small group in Alb...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York Times, Lindsay Lohan, Fiji, Keith, Sara, Clare, Albany NY, Bronfman, MEGHAN MARKLE, Edgar M Bronfman, Nxivm, Raniere, Keith Raniere, Allison Mack

Popdose Profile: Claudia Brücken (Propaganda) and Jerome Froese (Tangerine Dream) “Beginn” Again

There are only two types of music fans in this world, those who believe Propaganda’s audacious German synth pop opus, A Secret Wish, from 1985 is one of the greatest records of all time, and those who have yet to hear it. Within the Propaganda camp, two factions peacefully coexist– those who are still obsessed with the band’s one and only album, and those who have followed lead singer, Claudia Brücken on an adventurous career of wildly unique collaborations across the past four decades. This yea...
Tags: Music, UK, England, Hollywood, London, Germany, Berlin, Bbc, Rome, Dusseldorf, Fleetwood Mac, Propaganda, Skype, Jones, Popdose, Sara

Why Women's Rights Activists Are Furious At This Vogue Cover

A post shared by Vogue Arabia (@voguearabia) on May 30, 2018 at 12:00am PDT Vogue Arabia is facing backlash for featuring an image of Saudi Princess Hayfa Bint Abdullah Al Saud in the driving seat of a classic car on the cover of its June issue. "The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is putting women in the driving seat — and so are we," the publication said, referring to the country's imminent lifting of a decades-old ban on women driving in the country. The ban, which is set to be lifted on...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Saudi Arabia, Vogue, Sara, Mohammed bin Salman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah, Saudia Arabia, Richard Quinn, Vogue Arabia, PDT Vogue Arabia, Hayfa Bint Abdullah Al Saud, Aziza Loujain Eman, Nora Abdulkarim, Fadi Al Qadi

I’ve Written About Cultural Appropriation For 10 Years. Here’s What I Got Wrong.

Despite how fervently and ubiquitously the topic is discussed, no one actually likes to discuss cultural appropriation. Those on the receiving end of criticism don’t like it for obvious reason. But trust me when I say that those writing about it are over it, too.I have written about cultural appropriation so often, for so long, that I think about my entire writing career as segmented by certain waves: There were the feathered headdresses at music festivals (2009), the “tribal” prints at Forever...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, Minnesota, Nicki Minaj, China, America, United States, Katy Perry, New York Times, Vatican, Harry, Iggy Azalea, Coachella, Vietnam, Asos

Here’s how to listen to the Biggest Weekend live on BBC Radio

The Biggest Weekend is taking place over the bank holiday – from 25 to 28th May – and if you want to listen to it live on the radio, here’s what you need to know. The Biggest Weekend is the BBC’s biggest ever popular live music event taking place at four sites, in four nations, over four days with performances from over 100 artists across nine different stages with over 175,000 tickets available to the public. Concerts are happening in Belfast, Coventry, Perth and Swansea with coverage on Rad...
Tags: Music, UK, Bbc, Jimi Hendrix, Radio, Swansea, Paloma Faith, Noel Gallagher, Edinburgh, Belfast, Mars, Trevor, Coventry, Perth, Lauren Laverne, Bob Shennan

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