Mae Martin joins protest against BBC’s “misinformed” anti-trans article

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The non-binary comedian and actor who co-wrote and starred in Feel Good joined London protestors BY CAIT FINDLAY, IMAGE BY BEX WADE VIA INSTAGRAM On Saturday 6 November, Martin and a crowd of 80-100 trans people and allies gathered outside the London headquarters of the BBC. Similar protests have been held in major cities across [….]

It’s National Coming Out Day! Here’s how 12 out and proud celebs told the world who they are

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These LGBTQI stars introduced their authentic selves on social media BY DIVA STAFF, IMAGE VIA INSTAGRAM Happy National Coming Out Day! Whether you’re out, preparing to come out, or not able to at the moment, it can be affirming to see public figures living their truth in the spotlight. Here are some moments when celebrities [….]

DIVA EXCLUSIVE: Fear Street’s Kiana Madeira is our brand new cover star

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PLUS Feel Good, The Bold Type and cottagecore BY DIVA STAFF, COVER IMAGE BY ANDREW ECCLES The terrifyingly talented Kiana Madeira is rocking the cover of our brand new Pride issue. In an exclusive interview with DIVA’s Roxy Bourdillon, the star of Netflix trilogy Fear Street talks representation in horror and queer love onscreen. You [….]

Mae Martin: “I hope in the future there will be a less gendered world”

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The stars of Feel Good talk representation and authenticity INTERVIEW BY ROXY BOURDILLON, IMAGE BY NETFLIX In the brand new issue of DIVA we have a heart-to-heart (OK, a Zoom-to-Zoom) with stars of Netflix comedy Feel Good, Mae Martin and Charlotte Ritchie. Here’s a taster of what they had to say. Mae on being non-binary [….]

Mae Martin’s FEEL GOOD has dropped the season two trailer and we’re obsessed

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“Do you want to talk about my personal despair?” BY DIVA STAFF We’re counting down the days until Mae Martin’s must-see sitcom, FEEL GOOD, returns to our screens. The first season had us hooked with its bangin’ bisexual representation, hilarious one-liners and swoonworthy queer love story. And from the looks of the newly released season [….]

SCREEN: Feeling good with Mae Martin

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Roxy Bourdillon visits the set of Mae Martin’s hilarious and heartfelt new sitcom BY ROXY BOURDILLON I’m at a narcotics anonymous meeting surrounded by famous people. In the centre of the innocuous community hall, wooden chairs are arranged in a group therapy circle. Sitting on those seats are stars of shows like Call The Midwife, [….]

LISA KUDROW: “Mae doesn’t need to learn anything from me. She’s completely wonderful”

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The F.R.I.E.N.D.S OG on starring in Mae Martin’s “charming and well-intentioned” new sitcom, Feel Good BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE/CHANNEL 4. IMAGE CHANNEL 4 Could there be anything better than a new, women-loving-women focused sitcom starring comedian Mae Martin and F.R.I.E.N.D.S queen, Lisa Kudrow? Maybe, but this is *probably* up there on the What (Queer) Women Want [….]