Even in quarantine, celebrities are wealthy and glamorous!
Also! Trace Lysette looks like a million bucks, Samira Wiley votes, Gaby Dunn wears the gay woman uniform and Kristen Kish loves art.
Missy Elliott joins a new Cinderella adaptation, Batwoman casts a Nocturna (oh no!), Will & Grace cannot get bisexuality right, the cast of Pose is rightly honored again, and I hope you treated yourself to this Laura Dern song.
Also Amber Heard has a dog, Quinn Wilson is having a great night out, and Shane’s dog really needs a name!
Ashlyn Harris and Ali Krieger closed out their year of magical everything over the weekend with the most fairytale gay wedding we have ever seen or heard of in our entire lives.
More youths stand up for more gay classmates, turns out blogging is hard, Mastercard wants to help trans people get their correct names on their credit and debit cards, Jane Fonda’s masterplan, yeah yeah rich dudes hate Elizabeth Warren, and truly everyone is gay.
Plus: A Last of Us 2 trailer and release date (finally!), Ilene Chaiken and Jennifer Beals are tag-teaming for Freeform, trans Latinx actress Zoey Luna has joined The Craft remake, Charlie’s Angels hype, a real-live She-Ra wedding, and more!
Let’s celebrate Evan Rachel Wood’s birthday, AZMarie’s brunch, Amber Heard’s U-Haul, Keke Palmer’s Playboy shoot, King Princess’s glove lunch and Megan Rapinoe’s Marie Claire cover story!
Just a couple of butch icons plotting a global takeover.
“Go gays. You can’t win a championship without gays on your team.”
LOVE IS NOT A LIE, CASE CLOSED.
Survive and advance!
Here’s to the lesbian, bisexual, non-binary, queer, trans and free-ass-motherfucker celebrities who opened the closet door a little wider when they walked out of it.
Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird on ESPN’s Body Isse, that thrift store smell, Jenna Wortham, a queer cooking show, LGBTQ and in the closet at work, queer skateboarders, statutes of limitations, and so much more!
Plus a new music video for Hearts Beat Loud, gayness abounds in Incredibles 2, a powerful interview with Janelle Monáe, Lena Waithe continues to receive all the awards due her, lesbianism cut from Jurassic World, One Day at a Time and Vida stars team up to stop this family separation bullshit at the border, and Margaret Cho doesn’t understand why everyone’s still grappling with her bisexuality.
Is love a lie? PROBABLY, but these couples charmed the heck out of us this year anyway.
Women athletes who came out before very recently risked everything to do so: their endorsements, their fans, their spots on their teams, their livelihoods, and sometimes even their own lives. Here are 22 lesbian, bisexual and trans women athletes who changed their games and changed the game for LGBTQ people by choosing to live openly.
Bird, who has remained pretty quiet about her personal life throughout her career, simply told ESPN: “I’m gay. Megan’s my girlfriend.”
#NoDAPL, Megan Rapino joins Kaepernick in kneeling for the national anthem, 100 bad girls throughout history, Leslie Jones is back on the twitter, and so much more!
New co-captains, more grass playing fields, Megan Rapinoe as a guest analyst on Fox, and seven USWNT games between now and mid-March.