Pop Culture Fix: Sue Bird Grapples With Being Hot Mom Age

Welcome to your Monday Pop Culture Fix, my friends!


+ The WNBA kicked off on Friday night, and the content this weekend was glorious. (And so were the games!)

+ ESPN’s 144 chronicles WNBA players’ bravery amidst racial reckoning, pandemic.

+ The Owl House gets a third season ahead of its season two premiere!

+ Patti Harrison just wants all the questions other actors get.

+ Kristin Chenoweth, Jane Lynch and Heather Morris are teaming up for a dark comedy podcast called The Bystanders.

+ Laverne Cox sits down with Andy Cohen to toast her new red carpet gig.

+ Gillian Anderson to guest star on The Great, which sounds, well…

+ FX’s Pride is a powerful, multifaceted look at queer history.

+ TikTok breaks down which Pokemon are gays, lesbians, and homophobes.

+ Old movies: pre-Code lesbian cinema. 

+ Sasheer Zamata chatted with Black Girl Nerds about her queer role on Home Economics.

+ 32 lesbian comedians you should know.

+ SNL mocks Liz Cheney for opposing lesbian sister’s same-sex marriage.

+ Hulu’s Changing the Game follows three trans athletes in high school.

+ Hollywood doesn’t know what to do with Angelina Jolie.

+ Janelle Monáe joins Knives Out 2.

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Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior writer who lives in New York City with her partner, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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