This month, EDGE monthly for iPad pays tribute to bad girls everywhere. Our cover girl, Lea DeLaria, standup comedy’s original bad girl butch dyke, opens up about her role in season two of Netflix’s smash series Orange Is the New Black. From Cruella de Vil to Ursula the Sea Witch, our feature article explores the gay angle behind Disney’s most devious animated villains. Our Chatter column catches up with Allison Arngrim, the woman behind Nellie Oleson, the meanest girl ever to don a petticoat. Self-described bad girl Lana Del Rey’s highly anticipated CD "Ultraviolence" is the subject of this month’s Tuneage column. Giving equal treatment to Y chromosomes, EDGE Arts and Entertainment Editor Bob Nesti explores Hollywood’s ongoing fascination with the dark side of LGBT characters. As Pride 2014 wraps up, our Nation column explores a case currently playing out in New York’s courts over who owns the word "pride." A hundred miles south of Gotham, it’s art, history and cheesesteaks in our travel feature on Philadelphia. From beachwear to benefits, our Look photo spread shows some of this summer’s hottest looks. Back to bad girls, Sirius XM’s OutQ personality Keith Price wraps up the issue with a history of femme fatales, from Eve to Snooki.
All this, plus nightlife, workout tips and more!
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