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.
“Imagine if you’re just meeting someone, and you look like you’re in the middle of a Verizon commercial because you got a whole fucking network behind you. That’s scary!”
“Wow. You’re evil. You’re EVIL! You’re lying and you’re EVIL!”
Raquel talks about her break-up from Mikey, Ilene Chaiken’s death wish for us, WTF is up with all the hair and make-up artists on The Real L Word and more!
The vagina lady is making an all-female version of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ and needs your help.
Did you know that in Argentina, this show is advertised as “the show for women that every man will want to watch”?
Riese’s team pick: Nikki & Jill meet Kacy & Cori made me LOL a lot
Another captivating episode of that weird reality show about lesbians. This week everyone goes on a field trip but none of those field trips are roller derby.
The Real L Word returns with even more drinking and slightly less sperm and no Francine whatsoever.
The good news is that my recap is done / “I wish instead of being this show, this show was a re-run of Friends”
“Like yes, am I a lesbian who has sex and falls in love and gets my heart broken and gets drunk? Yes, but I’m a lot of other things too.”
13 Lesbian Conversations About the Same Thing.
I’m mad as hell and I’m not gonna take it anymore!
You should go to this. You will have a good time, probably.
I AM VAMPIRE
The Real L Word’s Franny is our June Calendar Girl which is exciting because she’s also awesome and incredibly beautiful.
Second verse, same as the first, but a little bit louder and a much less worse.
This post is NSFW and a giant SPOILER ALERT, and also it’s about Season Two of “The Real L Word,” which is about two girls, one gay and a pizza place. Something like that.