Here’s 16 women or groups of women who gave me and you and everyone we know some life in this, the darkest of years.
Lady Gaga popped in to the Ali Forney Center, Mike Pence’s neighbors fucking hate him, Kristin Chenoweth isn’t about the right’s homophobia, Pat McCrory is still losing, a temporary victory for federal LGBT employees, and seven love stories where women change the world together and also look deeply into each other’s eyes because obviously.
Plus: Advertisers are ready for your gay dollars now, Lady Gaga will take over the world this month, the first trailer for Broad City S3, and The DuVernay Test.
Three upcoming films show May/December lesbian relationships, Lady Gaga and Angela Bassett play ex-lovers in American Horror Story: Hotel, some Duke students are freaking out about reading “Fun Home” and more important stories!
“Oh, wait, so you’re not dressing in a mass-produced stereotypical ‘Native’ costume, and instead were just dressing as one of the most racist caricatures depicting an Indigenous person in the history of American cinema?”
I just don’t get blackout on the holidays like I used to.
Everything was pitchy and nothing hurt.
This week on Glee, everybody took turns dressing up like idiots and my gay boyfriend Adam Lambert showed up to sing a tune or two!
“I find lesbians to be way more daring than straight men when it comes to coming on to you, and I really like that. And it wasn’t until I found a guy who could come on to me as strong as a lesbian that I fell in love.”
This shit is bogus and fucked up.
There’s a reason there aren’t any good songs about texting.
I’m stealing the clothes right off nine of my favorite queer style icons in this very special New Year’s Eve edition of Style Thief.
We danced on a mountain ’til 2:30 in the morning and this is what it sounded like.
“With the Body Revolution, Gaga may be orchestrating and using her body to send a message, but one of tolerance and acceptance.”
We can duet!
WHAT? I’M NOT NERVOUS ABOUT TAKING THE GRE TOMORROW. I’M NOT!
Let’s party. Then let’s cry.
The soundtrack to your Dinah Shore weekend.
Jess’s Team Pick: Gay prom glitterbomb.
To keep you motivated, feeling yourself and letting anyone within beat thumping distance know you are too.