This season on The Real L Word, everyone is happy and everything hurts!
Just in case you weren’t already planning on it.
Estie is the new Sah-Dah.
Let’s go “behind the scenes” of The Real L Word in a new trailer video! Also, some related reading.
The good news is that the same voiceover artist who did the “Who Killed Jenny” promos is still employed by Showtime.
Jess chats with the couple about camp, the reality TV experience, the upcoming election, finding an anonymous sperm donor, Smash, Oprah, their Real L Word comrades and — in an Autostraddle exclusive — the sex of their baby, due in October!
This is where I’d tell you exciting things about the teaser and cast for Season 3 of The Real L Word, if there were any. I had frozen pizza for lunch!
Just when you’d totally forgotten that “The Real L Word” exists at all, here’s a teaser for our parody, because everybody loves a good tease…
“If I am at the forefront of lesbian representation in the media, then yes I feel good about it.”
Are you comfortable with nudity and crying on camera? This opportunity has your name written all over it in lipstick, just like how there was lipstick on Romi’s mirror in the opening credits.
New York City, here we come!
“Strap-on-sex with the Mixter / Yeah she fucked me/ but then I licked her / popping bottles at the Abbey / all these Debs be lookin’ fancy.”
Are you in Los Angeles this Saturday? Come out to The Real L Word charity basketball game for Vote for Equality’s efforts to defend The FAIR Education Act!
Hope you enjoyed that last cigarette for nine months, Cori!
The Real L Word’s Kelsey Chavarria chats about love, loss and what she wears. Also, an original poem and an exclusive first look at her latest photoshoot!
Free at last, free at last. Thank Ilene Chaiken almighty, this show is finally f-cking over at last.
Jess’s Team Pick: Feather earrings, anyone?
Whitney, Claire, Sajdah, Kelsey, Sarahahahara, Scarlett (YES SCARLETT), Alyssa, Romi, Vivianne, Francine, Cori and Kacy share coming out stories and also debunk common “lesbian misconceptions.”
“If you could take a ‘cap of Claire talking about that magazine stuff and then draw all over it to express how it makes me feel, I’d like that”
This week on The Real L Word, everybody cried because everybody hurts, sometimes.