I’m on a mountain and can’t party with you. This is a taste of what I’ll be missing.
DeAnne Smith on the teevee, Arrested Development, Brooklyn 99, and gas station karaoke party it up.
Carly directed a music video, Janelle Monae is still a queen in the future, Ender’s Game gets the Blockbuster treatment, and a new web series featuring gay siblings party together this week.
A game show, a web series, and a set of interviews. All with or about gays. It’s a very queer party this week.
Brittney Griner signs an endorsement deal with Nike. Here are some of my favorite sports commercials I think Nike should keep in mind while they brainstorm for her campaign.
Sofia Coppola’s new film, Sarah Croce’s new web series, gay video alert, and a funny viral video about how animals eat their food.
Hunter Valentine’s has a new song, Alison Brie takes a tumble, Dove loves the ladies, and the world’s best jump roper flashes me back to sixth grade. And just in case you forgot, there’s a friendly video reminder that it’s ok to be gay inside this video party.
The same artsy shots, repeating scenes, and haunting dialogue that make it indie/creative/experimental just make it boring/repetitive/annoying. It doesn’t take stupidity to task, it glorifies it.
Brittani did Dinah again and was much more successful in her own never humble opinion.
Take a break from the viral videos and check out these web series that were made with your queer self in mind.
Poker, pool, and parties. This is what you can expect when Girl Bar invites you to invade Las Vegas with thousands of other queer women from April 25th-28th.
Azealia may not have problems with g-mail but she might with g-males. Ohhhhh. Plus, Emma Watson’s new movie trailer and a beloved web series comes to an end.
WGA West President Chris Keyser summed up the relevance of the findings. “We can’t tell the whole story if only half of us write it.”
Your new favorite short-haired artist lies within this video party along with knowledge about anxiety, fun facts about the presidents, and some vaginal hubris.
Aubrey Plaza, Marisa Tomei, and Elodie Bouchez go lez, Star Wars is used to explain sports, Calvin and Hobbes get animated, and David Brent makes a comeback.
This is the part when Haviland Stillwell convinces you to gtfo of your chilly situation and step into something a little more comfortable/wetter.
This groundbreaking film festival is part of Outfest and runs March 22-23rd in Los Angeles. Even if you can’t attend, check out the film descriptions and maybe you’ll see something to keep an eye on in case a screening comes to your town!
Tracy Ryerson has a new web series, a Hooters girl isn’t clear on the rules of baseball, and After Earth looks like it’s going to be everything you want out of a Will Smith film.
Mila Kunis gives an interview of Jennifer Lawrenceian proportions, an animated comedy short about a McDonald’s dessert, a lesbian short, and a music video for the gaydies.
Brittani’s Team Pick: Saj Golde of The Real L Word launches a BlackOUT, a magazine geared towards black LGBT people and their allies.
“People hating women in general is one of the many things that is wrong with our country, but is that why people aren’t watching this show? Questionable.”
During SXSW, an equally awesome and certainly more queer festival will be happening in Austin. On March 9th at as part of OUTLander’s Spring Festival, Main Screen will show episodes of Words With Girls, Unicorn Plan-It, and Gay Street Therapy along with a live performance from Haviland Stillwell.
Brittani's Video Party: British Teenagers Explain Football to Lena Dunham, Michelle Obama and Jeremy Lin
Lena Dunham auditions for Zero Dark Thirty, Jeremy Lin gets you all teary eyed, British teenagers answer questions about the “National Football Legion”, and Michelle Obama shows off her motherly dance moves.
You should go to Palm Springs April 3rd to the 7th for Dinah Shore Weekend (aka lesbian spring break) because our girls from Unicorn Plan-It and Words With Girls say so. Brittani is hilarious and she made this guide just for you.
A model and basketball player find love, a pianist searches for his violinist wife, THE couple meets their match, and a sea otter is athletically adorable.