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Features TLC's T-Boz and Chilli Talk 'Crunk' Queer Fans, Being Lesbian-Chased, Gay Sex Lessons and the LGBT Legacy of 'Waterfalls'

TLC never had to go chasing their gay fans - we came to them. And not just because "Waterfalls," one of pop history's most prominent HIV/AIDS-awareness anthems, made a generation of LGBT people more sexually responsible, or because "Unpretty" affirmed you're fine just the way you are. Ever since their debut dropped in 1992, the self-proclaimed "prissy tomboys" - nobody could wear condoms quite like Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas - led us all to embrace our own crazy, sexy, cool selves, gender norms be damned. READ MORE.

Theater Wharton offers

The 2015 Tony Award winning Best Musical Fun Home, with book and lyrics by Lansing native Lisa Kron, will be part of the 2016-2017 Broadway at Wharton Center Series. READ MORE.

Sports The OutField: Genderqueer in baseball's front office

Growing up in central California an hour and a half west of Yosemite, Jen Ramos was not exactly a sports fan. But one day 10 years ago, Ramos "randomly" watched a post-season Major League Baseball game and was hooked. READ MORE.

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