There are so many great L-words they didn’t get to use.
I couldn’t find a drink called “The Power Suit” and I kind of want to invent that now?
When I think about Jenny Schecter, those thoughts are a little dark and a little sad. She is dead now, after all. Therefore this music is a little dark and sad too.
I’ve compiled a list of your favorite L Word characters and the strains I think they would smoke. See if any of these apply to you; who knows, you could be smoking very Shane today.
Carmen: i lost my life
Carmen: i’ve lost my life
“I was angry. Really fucking angry. Angry because Jenny Schecter was right.”
Turns out that when you create the first ever show with a cast of almost all queer women, and do it on a cable channel that allows multiple scenes of what just barely misses qualifying as porn in every episode, we gays get resourceful.
Welcome to L Word Week on Autostraddle!
Because this is the way that we live…again.
I’m just a girl in the world who saw The L Word and thought a pear polenta tart sounded pretty delicious, actually.
Songs about characters like Alice Pieszecki, though? Not so easy. As far as I know, there are no songs about funny, sassy, sarcastic, opinionated bisexual journalists who have an admirable ability to cut down Jenny Schecter like a total champ.
“Yoda needs to give me some better advice or Yoda needs to shut the fuck up.”
We’re finally using that plus one to a wedding! This week we’re stripping down lesbian TV couples in their finest! Style like Brittana, Sharmen, Talice, Fiona & Imogen and the Moms from The Fosters!
In which I pick my 12 favorite “L Word” episodes of all time (and provide a brief watching guide for new L Word watchers!) and you give me yours.
A fashion ode to the ultimate power dyke. We’re stripping down Bette Porter.
This Arts & Entertainment Fix contains news about Skins Series 7, The Good Wife’s Kalinda’s kinky side, America’s Next Top Model, Kelly Lynch and lesbian fashion!
This Valentine’s Day, we’re discussing the things that our loved ones must learn to appreciate in order to appreciate us.
Surprisingly enough, you won’t find Betty on this list! But Gloria Steinem is definitely on it.
It all started when Krisily met a girl at a dog park who turned out to be an actress with a job on a television show where she played a character named “Shane.”