As she reached the crescendo of Over the Rainbow — the song which made her a global star aged just 17 — it was unknown to the audience that they were watching her final live performance. Four months later, 47 year-old Garland was found dead in Chelsea, London, after accidentally overdosing on the drugs she had self-medicated with since childhood. The rainbow is gone. Fifty years on, Garland superfan Ross Semple, 27, still listens to that Copenhagen concert religiously. He began watching her films, listening to her music and learning about her life.
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'Property Brothers’ Reveal the Time They Walked Away From Homeowner
Stating that, or asking if, someone was a friend of Dorothy was a euphemism used for discussing sexual orientation without others knowing its meaning. The precise origin of the term is unknown. The book introduces readers to Polychrome who, upon meeting Dorothy's travelling companions, exclaims, "You have some queer friends, Dorothy", and she replies, "The queerness doesn't matter, so long as they're friends. Mombi transformed Ozma into a boy and called him "Tip" short for Tippetarius in order to prevent the rightful ruler of Oz from ascending to the throne. Princess Ozma is "one of the first transgender characters in literature.
‘Property Brothers’ Reveal the One Time They Walked Away From a Homeowner
When I was 12 years old I had a sleepover I will never forget. Me and my friends Alex and Mitchell were all sleeping over at Alex's house. We had all just woken up and Alex's mom had left us a note in the kitchen "hope you all slept well. I'm out for the day and won't be back until about 4PM this afternoon.
Alice Hoagland, a beloved figure of the gay rugby movement that her own son, Mark Bingham, helped set in motion shortly before he perished in the terrorist attacks as one of the heroes of Flight 93, has died. She was International Gay Rugby — an organization that traces its roots to one team in London in and now consists of about 90 clubs in more than 20 countries on five continents — held Hoagland in such esteem that one of the prizes at its biennial Mark Kendall Bingham Memorial Tournament, or the Bingham Cup, is called the Hoagland Cup. Amanda Mark, of Sydney, Australia, praised Hoagland for always fighting for people — and continuing to do so after losing her son by standing up for aviation safety and LGBT rights.