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+ The Seattle Storm won another WNBA championship last night under the leadership of queer superstars Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart, which Britni will unpack fully for you in Friday’s column. In the meantime, a look back at Bird’s 17 years with the Storm. And this:
File this under things we love to see. pic.twitter.com/vSsQLFFcG3
— espnW (@espnW) October 7, 2020
— Jackson McHenry (@McHenryJD) October 7, 2020
+ Elizabeth Moss will play former congresswoman Katie Hill in a streaming film adaptation of Hill’s forthcoming memoir, She Will Rise: Becoming a Warrior in the Battle for True Equality. In the 2018 midterms, Hill was the first openly bisexual woman elected to Congress. In 2019, she resigned after admitting to having an inappropriate relationship with a campaign staffer. (Also after the Daily Mail published nude photos of her.) In a very odd turn of events, last night, Hill’s former staff took to her old congressional Twitter account to protest the news of the film.
+ The Hollywood Reporters‘s got a whole entire feature with Meryl Streep, Kerry Washington and Nicole Kidman about Ryan Murphy’s upcoming adaptation of The Prom.
+ Natalie called this “Natalie cat-nip” and I couldn’t agree more. If I were trying to lure her out of hiding, I would definitely just play this trailer.
+ ANYTHING FOR SELENAS! 😭
🌹Every legend begins with a dream🌹
— Con Todo (@contodonetflix) October 6, 2020
+ What does queer America look like? Lilly Singh and Zoe Kravitz (!) are here to show you.