Kristen Stewart is a lesbian fashion icon whether she likes it or not
Barbara Hammer, the first lesbian filmmaker: how I have a giddy schoolgirl crush on her, one degree of separation from her and how she definitely has it out for Freud.
The debut film from gay director Abe Sylvia tackles the trials and tribulations of the school slut and her gay best friend in 1987, with mixed results. Milla Jovovich is involved.
This is not the Girl Scouts, this is espionage!
Intern Veronica’s Team Pick: “The Untitled Liam Neeson Vendetta Project”
Do you love Tim Curry? Cool, ’cause I’m gonna name eight movies that you forgot he was in.
Portia’s ex-girlfriend and Dianne von Furstenberg’s daughter made a movie about troubled in boarding school starring the girl with the dragon tattoo and there’s a lesbian character. How can you not go see it?
Laneia’s Team Pick: Your charitable donation for the week could be this Kickstarter campaign with at least three chances at a walk-on role and a queerlady director!
“Typical men! Fighting like dogs and marking their territory. What you really want is to fuck each other… that’s what you want!”
Domestic workers deserve rights too!
Cocktails, pizza, Reese’s Pieces and a Steven Spielberg classic! We understand you on a deep, personal, almost telepathic level. We’ll be right here.
Jess’s Team Pick: Remember searching for subliminal drug messages in The Lion King? This is the gay version.
From “The House of Yes” to “9 to 5” to “Romy & Michelle’s High School Reunion” and beyond, women are really really funny. Especially Parker Posey and Lisa Kudrow, apparently.
A writer on MSN says it’s bizarre that Indian audiences are so willing to see the “disturbing revelation” of gay relationships in Bollywood movies — but that doesn’t seem quite fair.
Please don’t cast Jude Law in my biopic.
Julie Goldman and Brandy Howard saw the Hangover Part Douche, and it was right up Nacho’s proverbial alley. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll laugh some more.
Don’t you dare judge me.
“You look so good with blond hair and black roots it’s like not even funny.”
Brittani’s Team Pick: No Look Pass. This film documents the journey of Emily Tay from her playing days at Harvard to a professional basketball career in Germany while in a relationship with a U.S. servicewoman.
The vagina lady is making an all-female version of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ and needs your help.