“Before we talk tomorrow, it’s important that you guys know that Nacho loves Mazzy Star.”
This video includes a Justin Bieber song, a Glee parody, and funny good-looking girls pretending to be Brittany and Santana. You’re welcome.
b.) Did I already miss The View?
“Life-ruining news is like great gossip, it must be shared immediately, and with as many people as you can possibly reach. So here I am.”
“Let’s use a metaphor. Let’s say Lindsay Lohan is the moon, and Samantha Ronson is Earth.”
“Much like a tender baby lamb…”
“It’s weird being, like, the fourth lesbian couple to walk into a restaurant.”
“I was drawn to her like a vocally homophobic right winger is drawn to a secret gay sex life, which is to say completely and unfailingly.”
As if Australia could be more awesome.
if only taylor swift was 30% as cute as kristen
“And don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying there are only two ways of being a lesbian. There are probably at least two and a half, if you count Melissa Etheridge. “
Real L Word stars Rose Garcia and Stamie Karakasidis infuse life in the New York City lesbian comedy scene at The Stonewall Inn.
Fortune Feimster has been tapped as the next great lesbian comedian with Saturday Night Live knocking on her door. Fortune talks to Autostraddle about her run on Last Comic Standing, life as a celebrity personal assistant and being mistaken for Jonah Hill and Richard Simmons.
Big Gay Sketch Show stars Nicol Paone and Kate McKinnon star in two new gaytastic web series, Vag Magazine and Cowgirl Up.
Here’s a 5-minute video featuring cartoon animals discussing the finer points of their lesbian relationship. What? Happy Friday!
The Real L Word’s Stamie Karakasidis talks to Autostraddle about adjusting to reality fame with Tracy Ryerson, coming out in a Greek family, The Kids Are All Right, the glowing vag poster and the cast’s real opinion of TRLW.
Win a pair of tickets & meet and greet passes to see Margaret Cho in Las Vegas on September 17!
We talk to Margaret Cho about tattoos, her romantic relationships with gay men, celebrities who come out later in their careers, her pick for “the next Gaga,” Adam Lambert, Ani DiFranco, Sex & the City and more.
Jess sits down with Judy Gold to talk about finding her niche as a Jewish lesbian comedian, working on The Rosie O’Donnell Show, the R Family Cruises, meeting her girlfriend through a Time Out New York singles ad, making it in the notorious boys club of comedy, starring Off Broadway in Love, Loss & What I Wore and her brand new one-woman show.
Jess sits down with Liz Feldman to talk about working with Ellen DeGeneres and Jay Leno, her talk show “This Just Out,” auditioning for Saturday Night Live, when she came out, how she became so tight with The L Word girls, and obvs an depth analysis of that ubiquitous blue blazer.
Good news: everyone is gay so you don’t have to come out to your grandparents, and you have a chance with Kelly Clarkson. Also, the first lesbian tree-climber builds a house up there and we’re collecting more applications for our inbox, just to spruce up the place.