Janelle Monae’s new video, SassiBob’s new Sarah Croce directed webseries, an ad relevant to your interests, and a band-themed lesbo webseries are eating ribs at this week’s video party.
New music videos from Robyn and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the cure for RBF, and a web series guided by a 2-year-old’s dialogue with her father.
A QWOC music video, another Cheerios ad for the haters, the iNotRacist app, and a feminist make-up tutorial.
Put a rainbow on this week’s party as we watch the video for “The Gayest of All time”, listen to Taye Diggs ruin hip hop, and check out the new show about women in prison from the creator of “Weeds”.
There’s a “Mean Girls” spoof, Ellen Page juggling, Wanda Sykes balling and our ancestors being super gay in this week’s video party.
Jessie J’s new music video, the most talented bear in the world, Easy Abby’s season finale, and DeAnne Smith’s webseries are partying back in the real world.
I’m on a mountain and can’t party with you. This is a taste of what I’ll be missing.
DeAnne Smith on the teevee, Arrested Development, Brooklyn 99, and gas station karaoke party it up.
Carly directed a music video, Janelle Monae is still a queen in the future, Ender’s Game gets the Blockbuster treatment, and a new web series featuring gay siblings party together this week.
A game show, a web series, and a set of interviews. All with or about gays. It’s a very queer party this week.
Sofia Coppola’s new film, Sarah Croce’s new web series, gay video alert, and a funny viral video about how animals eat their food.
Hunter Valentine’s has a new song, Alison Brie takes a tumble, Dove loves the ladies, and the world’s best jump roper flashes me back to sixth grade. And just in case you forgot, there’s a friendly video reminder that it’s ok to be gay inside this video party.
Take a break from the viral videos and check out these web series that were made with your queer self in mind.
Azealia may not have problems with g-mail but she might with g-males. Ohhhhh. Plus, Emma Watson’s new movie trailer and a beloved web series comes to an end.
Your new favorite short-haired artist lies within this video party along with knowledge about anxiety, fun facts about the presidents, and some vaginal hubris.
Aubrey Plaza, Marisa Tomei, and Elodie Bouchez go lez, Star Wars is used to explain sports, Calvin and Hobbes get animated, and David Brent makes a comeback.
Tracy Ryerson has a new web series, a Hooters girl isn’t clear on the rules of baseball, and After Earth looks like it’s going to be everything you want out of a Will Smith film.
Mila Kunis gives an interview of Jennifer Lawrenceian proportions, an animated comedy short about a McDonald’s dessert, a lesbian short, and a music video for the gaydies.
Lena Dunham auditions for Zero Dark Thirty, Jeremy Lin gets you all teary eyed, British teenagers answer questions about the “National Football Legion”, and Michelle Obama shows off her motherly dance moves.
A model and basketball player find love, a pianist searches for his violinist wife, THE couple meets their match, and a sea otter is athletically adorable.
Tegan and Sara marched in place while singing “Closer” on Ellen, Season 2 of web series Burning Love premieres today, Matt Damon is going on strike and an animated short will pull at your heartstrings. Though it’s unclear why your heart has strings. You should get that checked out.