It’s your first post-impeachment announcement Pop Culture Fix, welcome!
+ FIFA has officially crowned Megan Rapinoe The Best, and, like always, when she took the stage to accept her trophy, she used her time to call out racism and homophobia.
“If we really want to have meaningful change, what I think is most inspiring would be if everybody other than Sterling and Koulibaly, if they were as outraged about racism as they were, if everybody was as outraged about homophobia as the LGBTQ players, if everybody was as outraged about the lack of equal pay and investment in the women’s game other than just women, that would be the most inspiring thing to me… That’s my ask of everybody. We have such incredible opportunity, being professional football players … we have so much success … we have incredible platforms. I ask everybody here to lend your platform, to lift people up, to use this beautiful game to change the world for better.”
+ Over at the AV Club, Kellee Terrell: Black motherhood on TV has never been so nuanced.
+ The first trailer for Last of Us 2 is here and also a release date! February 21st!
+ Less canonical and yet still gay: The Frozen 2 trailer.
+ Five secrets from the How to Get Away With Murder season five premiere screener. Here’s one thing that’s not a secret: They’re going to put Annalise through the ringer worse than ever.
+ Trisha Yearwood’s new album is so classic Trisha Yearwood that I, a Southern lesbian of a certain age, am so completely enamored with it. She chatted with PrideSource about being an ally and also how she loves Brandi Carlile as much as we do.
+ Over at EW, Lacey Vorrasi-Banis: The one where Friends helped keep me in the closet.
+ Over at Variety, Caroline Framke: How TV Failed Me on Bisexuality — And Then Got Its Act Together.
+ The Charlie’s Angels press is starting to ramp up!
— Jimmy Kimmel Live (@JimmyKimmelLive) September 24, 2019
+ And finally, She-Ra showrunner Noelle Stevenson and cartoonist/animation writer Molly Ostertag got married this weekend!