I’m embarrassed by how many of these I recognized immediately: 100 Greatest Hits of YouTube in 3 and a half minutes. Inside: shoes!, single ladies, thriller, keyboard cat, treadmill fail, etc.
Tegan & Sara debut eight new songs, Glee’s sneak peek with special guest Kristen Chenowith, where are The L Word characters now, Beth Ditto, and Where the Wild Things Are.
Carlytron yells at Grey’s Anatomy (again), wonders why she still watches Heroes, wonders why YOU aren’t watching Dollhouse, and gives you her Tron’s eye view on Gossip Girl, How I Met Your Mother, Saturday Night Live, and more.
Dexter returns to Showtime for its fourth “killer season,” and, along with other Showtime series like Nurse Jackie, Weeds, and Secret Diary of a Call Girl; begs the question, “It is possible to be a good person who just does some bad bad things?”
It’s a little-known fact that Tinkerbell is actually a handbag. FuzzyNation.com may possibly be her birthplace, where you can buy many different kinds of Tinkerbells!
“THE REAL L WORD: Los Angeles will follow a group of real-life, high-profile, left coast lesbians as they go about their daily lives, at work and play.” Here’s the catch: it’s on film. Total maniacs encouraged to apply.
#1 thing we don’t understand about America: the enduring success of Two and a Half Men, CBS’s “guy-com” starring Charlie Sheen and John Cryer. Perhaps recapping it will enhance our viewing experience.
This week on Glee everyone is pregnant or dancing or crying. Beyonce probably made some serious dough off of the licensing of her song “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” and Kurt comes out to his dad!
Jane Lynch, Rachel Maddow, Lady Gaga – who could ask for anything more? The bi-curious chick from the Real World has her own girlfriend now, Tool Academy is casting gays & lesbian couples, your coming out thing was really gay. Variety loves the ladies.
ABC’s Modern Family is gay, straight, not entirely Caucasian, traditional yet modern, funny yet aware, and above all, kind of perfect. Feelings time!
I love these minimalistic “Hello” shirts by Antonio Carusone and will probably be buying one soon. They come in both black and white. Hot.
Teen drama Skins is the BBC’s most buzz-worthy property since AbFab. The Season With the Lesbian Storyline, starring Emily & Naomi is coming to Australian and US teevees this year. Crystal recaps The Lesbian Parts of Skins for you — this here is part one.
In honor of Grace the Spot’s upcoming relaunch party, we spoke to Grace Chu and Grace O’Neill to get to the bottom of why everyone is named Grace and find out what would happen if Autostraddle and Grace met in a bar.
I bet you always wanted to know 33 different ways to lace your shoes.
Ellen’s “Yep I’m Gay” Time cover makes the list of most controversial magazine covers of all time.
Laurel Holloman thought it would’ve been fun to be on Three Rivers so she could hang out with Kate. Clementine Ford covers Curve, SamRo does 90210, Erin foley interviewed, and you could write for Autostraddle, if you wanted.
Haviland Stillwell gorgeous has the top Arts & Entertainment stories of the day!
We always wondered why they called it “Funny or Die.” Today, we get our answer, with extra Olivia Wilde for good measure. Also; Ani DiFranco bridges the gay generation gap & Little Miss Sunshine is sunny!
Last week everyone went crazy on television. Crazier still? This week, a coming out scene made me cry. And Ashley Merriman made Laneia sweat.
Hey, want to see art look like it’s popping out of the street? Of course you do.