Today on Autostraddle: You're probs all hungover from Earth Day -- too much organic beer and pita will do that to you. If you haven't already, check out Green's special Earth Day post! And for those of you lucky enough to live in LA, Haviland's West Coast Debutante show is tonight! Be there! More TK later this afternoon/evening ...
Baby Bisexual Lindsay Lohan sits down with American's Top Lesbian Ellen DeGeneres on "The Ellen Show" today to talk about her breakup with SamRo and how she's tired of rumors starting, being followed, and people saying what they want about her.
Wanna see it? Okay, here you go! Looks like Lindsay's on The Depression Diet, proven in clinical studies to be 56% more effective than any other diet in the universe and guaranteed to make your friends and loved ones very worried about your overall health and ability to lift your own fingers.
Alan Cumming, one of our top ten favorite dudes, supports Paterson's Marriage Equality Timeline. (@nymag)
Jennifer Beals was on Lie to Me last night as "Zoe" -- and though we've heard she's supposed to be in a few episodes, I've seen next week's script (#111) and she appears not to be in it ... bbbbuuuutttt Zoe is in the script for Episode #112! -- If you want more JB, the tibette.com peeps are asking you to tell Fox about it here!
I got a hot tip from my Michigander Gay Mom on this one: Michigan House panel OKs bill for second parent adoptions. (@freep)
Outrage debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival this week (and it's sold out!) - "it makes the case for why it's hypocritical if not downright dangerous for them not to come out or be outed." (@variety)
Ugandan Paper outs more than 50 "Top Homos:" "A heat-pounding and sensational masterpiece that largely exposes Uganda's shameless men and unabashed women that have deliberately exported the western evils to our dear and sacred society. They have been influential in spreading the gay and lesbian voices in schools to kill the morals of our lovely kids!!" (@the advocate)
25 Funniest Ladies at Entertainment Weekly.
Cyberpunk Bruce Sterling argues that the clearest symbol of poverty is dependence on “connections” like the Internet, Skype and texting. “Poor folk love their cellphones!” he said. (@nytimes)
This local newscast of tensions flaring in Maine over a proposed gay marriage bill is really interesting but also funny when you see the Baptist mother of four. I mean really they're handing this to us!
from Carly: Just read on Cool Hunting that former Project Runway contestant Diana Eng's book "Fashion Geek" is now out and it's super cute. It's a DIY book that shows you how to incorporate tech into your fashions, buy it on Amazon (unless you're still mad at them, then just use a different website or go to a bookstore).
from Alex: I keep sharing things from Smashing Magazine, but I can't help it. This post of Super Creative Print/Type Layouts is so inspirational it made my head explode. Such lovely typography eye candy.