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Why ‘Lesbian Hairdresser’ Is Still a Bitch

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A “Lesbian hairstylist” has been named the top performer of the 2015 Women in Film and Television Awards, after an event hosted by the Women’s Media Center.

Sophia Minkoff, who is a “queer and queer feminist hairderer,” won the Outstanding Performance by a Female Director prize for her work in “The Black Swan.”

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Minkoffs’ manager said the actress had “earned a great honor.”

“I know that her work has been celebrated by so many, and it was really gratifying to know that she had been named one of the top performers,” said Lisa Henn, who helped Minkons win the award for the show “Funny People.”

“We’re so proud of her,” she added.

Minkoff has appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and hosted a variety show for NBC.

She also wrote a book, “Ladies of the Night: A Memoir of My Life,” which also won the 2015 Outstanding Female Director award.

In a separate interview with Variety, Henn said Minkon’s victory was “very important for the feminist movement in Hollywood.”

“The Women’s Film and TV Awards were so important because we are so far behind the women’s film industry,” Henn told the publication.

“We need to be more visible and to bring awareness to the women that we have a history of supporting.”

Henn said that Minkonts work on “Famously Trans” had “been so important to us.”

“She has so much talent and I feel very proud to have her as an actress and her work on the show was really very important to our organization,” Henna said.

“It’s so important for people to see that we’re a feminist organization.”

In January, Mankoff appeared in a video for the Women in Media Foundation, where she discussed the history of the Women and Girls Initiative and its goals.

“I think we’re seeing a real change,” Minko said.

“When I started out, I thought I was going to be an artist and be a writer and then have a family.

I was very surprised to find that the women in my family were in the same boat as me.”