Lindsay Lohan’s on “The Ellen Show,” Uganda outs 50 Top Homos, Entertainment Weekly lists 25 funny women and J-Beals guests on Lie to Me.
It’s Earth Day! Celebrate with Green’s hyperlinkage and fun ways for you to be green and crafty all spring long!
Empire Pride makes fun of NOM, but with logic instead of jokes. Everyone loves Jennifer Beals. Can psychiatrists cure homosexuality? No, but that doesn’t mean they won’t try.
Carlytron, your Tuesday Televisionary, gives out her weekly TV Awards and rounds up the sitcoms so you don’t have to.
Miss California stands by her answer, even though it cost her the crown. L Word webisodes are still happening? Plus Jane Lynch in something new.
“I had to to my best to serve the story, but the final season just didn’t do these women justice. It should’ve been a celebration of love and friendship.”
We’re excited about the Times Topic panel tonight! Mostly for J Beals. Miss California is totally down with opposite marriage, thank god. Katherine Moennig may have a new show on CBS, and LiLo sits down with Ellen on Thursday. Set your Tivo.
Crystal from Australia & Stef’s Beat on the Street team up to bring you this week in music, with lots of secrets too.
It’s Sunday Funday! From now on Sunday will be a day of happiness where we’ll only tell you about happy things, just like Jesus would’ve wanted.
In TV, Grey Gardens premieres tonight, and we really want Glee to be picked up. Look, more NOM jokes!
Laurel Holloman won some award for that blackout elevator sex scene, which we loved in its entirety. Today is a national day of silence for students. Plus we have a song from Haviland!
Susan Miller is kind of awesome, and so is her new webseries Anyone But Me. Get the scoop with the Autostraddle interview.
Queerty decides to throw the biggots a bone with ten reasons against gay marriage. Stargate Universe gets a lez. And for once, the media is paying attention to the death of a troubled teen who isn’t white.
Hav guest stars on Cat on the Prowl. Plus, what other states can learn from Iowa, Drew Barrymore talks about Grey Gardens, and Dinah Shore boosts the economy.
Initially an all-”female” band, lead-singer Lucas has since transitioned from female to male and the Cliks are regarded for their disregard of traditional gender roles and for bringing trans people into mainstream media.
We’ll be streaming new episodes of “Anyone But Me” as they air, but if you haven’t seen the first six, now’s your chance!
A bunch of my regular shows weren’t on this week — which was actually a good thing, ’cause the drama ensuing from the LiLo/Sam Ronson breakup is more than adequately taking up the time I would normally spend watching Gossip Girl. But there’s always plenty of exciting avenues to travel down/talk about before May sweeps heats up.
Gay gym maven Jackie Warner has some plans for a new show. LiLo releases a cute and painfully honest spoof video of her eHarmony account. We have an update on the Amazon Gay Book Glitch.