A hilariously less-than-communicative Jennifer Bartels puts Amy through hell on a date that’s, well, a little horrible.
Is “Little Horribles” the lesbian “Girls”? I don’t know. The lesbians in my neighborhood that I’ve never met seem to think so. Watch episode 2 and decide for yourself.
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.
Brittani’s Team Pick: “Little Horribles” is a darkly comedic webseries following the poor decisions of a self-indulgent lesbian and the first episode is out now!
A game show, a web series, and a set of interviews. All with or about gays. It’s a very queer party this week.
Take a break from the viral videos and check out these web series that were made with your queer self in mind.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: F to 7th is “a homoneurotic web series about Ingrid Jungermann and her descent into lesbian middle age,” it’s really funny, has awesome guest stars and I think you need to watch it.
“If I really had a problem with third world countries, would I, every once in a while, go down on Keesha?”
Tegan and Sara bring the funny, 25 ways to piss off your girlfriend, and 2 new lesbian web series. There are lots of real life lesbians in this video party. You’re gonna love it.
If you loved watching Amy Sedaris make lesbo sexual innuendo in the 30-second teaser video for new lesbian webseries “F To 7th,” imagine how much you’ll enjoy seeing three whole episodes at a free preview screening this week.
Exclusive “F To 7th” premier teaser stars Ingrid Jungermann of “The Slope,” has lesbians, lesbian sex, Amy Sedaris cameo and all of our most favorite words.
Episode 203 of Unicorn Plan-It teaches us that flexibility is essential. So without further ado, kiss kiss, dang dang, it’s time to get horny.
A peek behind the curtain of the magical queer webseries Unicorn Plan-It!
Get ready to get horny and awkward.
As you know, Julie Goldman is hilarious and DTLA is awesome and outtakes are always funny so what we have here is a giant cornucopia of video delight.
Do you dream of a spin-off to THE SLOPE, the hilarious lesbian webseries about “superficial, homophobic lesbians” in Park Slope, Brooklyn? F TO 7TH is here to make that dream a reality, but only if they meet their Kickstarter goal by TOMORROW. Quick, go help out a talented funny lesbian!
“This house literally looks like the beach threw up in it.”
Carolyn’s Team Pick: Grace Bonney is on No Man’s Land!
The stars, writers and producers of your favorite teenage love story are heading to London for a little meet and teach action in November.
In which the term “reverse toaster” is coined.
Unicorn Plan-It grows up and gets big: it’s Season Two and a whole new ballgame.