Pop Culture Fix: Sarah Paulson, Tig Notaro, Abby Wambach, etc. Sing Indigo Girls on Lesbian Party Bus

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+ Well, the Oscars were this weekend, but not all of Hollywood was there. In fact, there was an entire party bus full of queer celebs — and honorary ones??? — driving around town singing Indigo Girls at the top of their lungs on a party bus. Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor (who, honestly, looked a little unsure if she wanted be surrounded by screaming drunk friends in a moving vehicle, which: same, my love), Abby Wambach and Glennon Doyle, Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne, Allison Janey and her belt, etc. Lots of dancing, lots of canoodling, probably they also took some time to scroll through Autostraddle’s Vapid Fluff archives, which are basically just this entire bus plus Janelle Monae and Kristen Stewart. I hope they had the most fun ever! I hope they do it again!

We also wrote you an ENTIRE BREAKDOWN of everyone who’s there, and where they are going. You don’t want to miss that: Sarah Paulson and Tig Notaro’s Lesbian Party Bus, Explained

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+ Lena Waithe talked to Entertainment Tonight about what’s up next for The Chi and Twenties.

+ Related: Why Lena Waithe has built a producing empire on first-time filmmakers.

+ ESPN is bringing back The Bird and Taurasi Show for the Women’s Final Four.

+ Bottoms premiere brings teenage lesbian fight clubs to SXSW.

+ Lisanne Mittman and Gabe Dunn are adapting a biography of 1920s LGBTQ author and activist Eve Adams.

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+ Megan Rapinoe dedicates her TIME Woman of the Year award to trans community.

+ In Harlem, there are many ways to be a queer Black woman.

+ BBC mysteriously “let’s go” of a queer woman Doctor Who producer and replaces her with a man.

+ GLAAD chats with Scream VI cast about queer inclusion in beloved slasher horror franchise.

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Heather Hogan

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior editor who lives in New York City with her wife, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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    • Exactly right. They apologised to JK Rowling because someone called her transphobic (which she is) and have let people get away with all sorts. The recent Gary Linekar situation is yet more proof of that!

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