"Gender depends on something else for its existence. What it depends on varies from time period to time period, culture to culture," the writer says, "We're not admitting that."
"It's honestly more comfortable for me to be completely deaf," the artist says. "It's more natural to me."
The first out Native American to serve in Congress talks about the Equality Act, her partner, and working with Biden.
"When you are not living an honest, open, true life, you are taking advantage of a privilege granted to you by older, gay, lesbian, queer people who have sacrificed tremendously," the writer says.
The singer's highly-anticipated debut album, There Will Be Tears, is out today.
John Paul Brammer brings his trademark wit and heart to the new essay collection, ¡Hola Papi!.