Everybody’s favorite lesbian webseries, “Unicorn Plan-It,” is gearing up for a very special Season Two!
As much as I love to complain while not doing anything to change the way things are, I put that aside to create a new comedy webseries about words and two girls that love them.
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…
Our one regret is that we didn’t go to any of the strip clubs that double as steakhouses. Next time, Las Vegas. Next time.
Did Keesha and Vick save Bambi’s wedding? Will Harmony find inner peace? Was it good? (It was good, right?) The answers to those questions and more lie inside the First Season Finale of Unicorn Plan-It!
1.5 nonstop minutes of long walks on the beach, Haviland’s Sarah Croce impression, Alex on drums and so much more!
Episode #105 is chock-full of guest stars and other hijinks! Also, UNICORN PLAN-IT T-SHIRTS ARE HERE!
Whatever you’re feeling right now, just release it. Out into the universe. RELEASE!
If you’ve forgotten how much you love Haviland Stillwell, this video will remind you.
“We take these two, and we just bend ’em right over the pulpit.”
This is a teaser both literally and proverbially. Also: party photos.
Free at last, free at last. Thank Ilene Chaiken almighty, this show is finally f-cking over at last.
UNICORN PLAN-IT is Autostraddle’s first original narrative series ever. Plus it’s funny, and is written/directed/acted/produced by actual gay ladies!
Unicorn Plan-It debuts August 1st! We should probably have a gif contest to celebrate.
Intern Bren’s Team Pick: Are you ready? I don’t think you’re ready.
Are you ready? I don’t think you’re ready.
Haviland Stillwell, Sarah Croce & Ashley Reed are coming together to create a new web series UNICORN PLAN-IT and they want YOU!
Every detail you have ever ever possibly thought about wanting to know about the GLAAD Media Awards in LA, updated minute by minute!
Hey remember when we did Part One of that “Real L Word” parody thing? Well, ten years later we’re BACK with Part Two!
Design director Alex and Miss Calendar Girl April Sarah Croce went to “25 Years of GLAAD” and interviewed out lesbian Amber Heard! Also Chaz Bono and Jonathan Murray, Executive Producer of The Real World/Road Rules/Project Runway.
DOUBLE DREADS OMG WHAT DOES THIS MEAN