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Rachel Paulson

She’s the host of the video series Drink Responsibly, co-host of the podcast Gay Vs. Straight Bitches, and star of the web series Dating Zoe. As the half-sister of Sarah Paulson, Rachel is harnessing her comedic talents and, without a doubt, forging her own path to stardom.


Rachel Paulson, left, and Lindsey McKeon
Amanda Ramón

Why a podcast, and why team up with a straight actor, Lindsey McKeon?

I had wanted to do a podcast for a while, and I met Lindsey at a lunch meeting with a former friend. Now, I live in her pool house…it’s real love. When I met her, I knew we had to work together. It was just one of those feelings, and she knew a company that was looking for female-driven podcasts. She’s straight and I’m gay, so we thought that would be an interesting dynamic! When we started to record, we were like, “Wow. We have ADHD, and it’s sort of hilarious.” From there, the brand of Gay Vs. Straight Bitches was really born. She’s one of my favorite people now, and has taught me so much about myself and our work.

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S ummer is synonymous with Pride, as destinations all around the globe hold LGBTQ celebrations from June through September in a time of sunshine, self-expression, and socializing. It’s the season when we bask in the feeling of coming into our own, together. This issue, with rumors that beloved lesbian TV show The L Word will be revived by Showtime, we caught up with Kate Moennig, who played the iconic character of Shane. We also spoke with liberal political commentator Sally Kohn about her book The Opposite of Hate, which urges us to emphasize what connects us rather than what divides us. And, as your soundtrack for the pleasant weeks ahead, we recommend putting the unstoppable out musician Hayley Kiyoko on your playlist. We also put Montreal and Oakland on your map, and we hope you’ll feel inspired to join other women in life-changing adventures with Olivia Travel. Finally, I would like to send a sincere thank you to the many readers who contacted us about Curve’s relaunch. We’re as delighted as you are with the new direction!