No Filter: Oscars Season Parties Are for the Gays

Feature image photo of Ariana Debose by Steve Granitz / Contributor via Getty Images; photo of Meg Stalter by Jon Kopaloff / Contributor via Getty Images; photo of Janelle Monaé by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin / Contributor via Getty Images; photo of Mae Martin by John Shearer / Contributor via Getty Images

Hello and welcome back to No Filter! This is the place where I tell you all about the goings on that happen on celesbian Instagram! This week — The Oscars! Let’s go.

I’ll be honest with you, Janelle was in three stunning looks over this week and YEAH I’m including them all. I love the choker here!!!


UM????? Mods? Glad to see my prediction for spring was right: knits are IN.


PLEASE JUST LET ME LIVE!


Thank you Vanity Fair Oscar party for a reason for MJ to wear this outfit!


I—


Not pictured: This writer falling to the ground in joyful tears.


Well and YOU KNOW how I feel about Hannah in a suit!


Still obsessed with…oh just about everything about this friendship.


This look did, indeed, do the thing, and I need the whole thing right now.


Yes. Always. Yes.


Chrishell and G Flip attending Elton John’s party….perfect.


Autostraddle’s new best friend Meg Salter makes such good fashion choices, and I love that about her!


Okay so technically I hate this look? But also? I am very into it? Sexually? Lot to unpack there!


I love friendship and the Grey Streak™!

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Christina Tucker

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