The unicorns need you to do something for them.
“Today’s team pick regards an urgent matter of delicious veggie burgers. “
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.
We can give the world this gift together, y’know.
Alex’s Team Pick: I’d like to bring your attention to a project that you may want to support the existence of — Feminist Playing Cards! The deck will feature custom illustrations of 52 feminist musicians drawn by 14 feminist artists.
ATTENTION LESBIANS: Something funny is happening on The Internets and you DO NOT want to miss it.
Crystal’s Team Pick: A new webseries about lesbians in Australia. Get behind it.
“Man, we gotta stop bitchin’ about this and start BITCHIN’ about this!”
Intern Grace’s Team Pick: When Allison Weiss wants to make a new album, by god, you help her make it!
Katrina’s Team Pick: Something cool, but even cooler if you’re in Washington, DC.
Whitney’s Team Pick: ‘Track Meet’ is an in-progress queer film by Korean Americans Daniel Kim and Leslie Kwon. The film is currently raising money on Kickstarter, so check out the (sweaty, angsty) trailer and help out!
Laneia’s Team Pick: Your charitable donation for the week could be this Kickstarter campaign with at least three chances at a walk-on role and a queerlady director!
The vagina lady is making an all-female version of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ and needs your help.
Carmen’s Team Pick: Who was around last time you were street harassed? Did anyone say anything?
Alix Smith is a totally amazing lesbian photographer from New York who is currently trying to finish a rad and important project that is relevant to our interests. And she needs your help.
Haviland Stillwell, Sarah Croce & Ashley Reed are coming together to create a new web series UNICORN PLAN-IT and they want YOU!
“For those who want that warm, fuzzy feeling with sincerity but without the gross, Chicken Soup For The Soul-evoking feeling after.”
Rachel is busy, so I wrote this for her. It’s about a thing for your tea or coffee. It’s neat.
The Becoming Visible Kickstarter page is running for another 18 days. That means you hardly have time to pledge away as much as possible!
Shakedown is a documentary about black lesbian strippers in LA, and it needs your help.