The Comment Awards Are Dueling Topless


Hi there, peaches! Did you do something for yourself this week? Like splash in some water, or eat a really good piece of stone fruit, or maybe yell in traffic? I sang Let it Snow to my empty house as I turned on the air conditioner, and it felt good.

This week, Sam helped us with out with some Pride Babalooks.

Kathy brought us back to camp with the latest episode of the Nancy podcast. TAKE ME BACK TO CAMP.

Alyssa reminded us that the world is not entitled to her body’s stories.

Alaina’s going to write 20 gay academic papers, and I want to read every single one of them.

Molly took us to the SF Dyke March.

Much as they do any time they post a pic together on Instagram, Lauren and Samira won No Filter. There was also some sort of situation with Celine Dion and leather overalls.

Oh, Siobhan, you’ve gotta stop doing this to me (but really don’t, ever): For Your Consideration: A Topless Duel Between Noblewomen in 1897.

And I don’t even know how to describe my feelings about this to you, but Heather Hogan has now recapped her last Pretty Little Liars episode ever.

And then there were your comments!

On “Orphan Black” Episode 503 Recap: Welcome to the Trip, Alison:

The Hot or Not Award to WIllow Rose and Caitlin:

My Kid and I are deeply divided over Maddie. I’m all “She may be evil but she is terribly, lankily cute

On No Filter: Lauren Morelli And Samira Wiley Do Pride Perfectly:

The Award to Alecia:

Ever since Mallory cut her hair my brain has been screaming “SHE LOOKS LIKE IF KRISTIN RUSSO AND DANNIELLE OWENS-REID HAD A BABY WITH EACH OTHER

The Fashion Police Award to hihello and Rachel W.:


And the Heart Will Wear On Award to a/s:

my favourite thing about celine is that her brain considered all of those items–the bedazzled aviator goggles, the leather overalls, the snakeskin purse, the peekaboo-toe hairy high heel boots–and said yes yes that will be perfect to each and every one of them. this outfit lets us experience her brilliance as much as an interview would. a true feat of fashion!

On Pop Culture Fix: Surprise It’s Tegan and Sara At Our Pride Party and Other Cool Stories:

The Modern Dance Award to Rachel W.:

I didn’t think it was possible to have a bigger crush on Ellen Page, but then I watched that video and swooned so hard I might’ve pulled a muscle.

On For Your Consideration: A Topless Duel Between Noblewomen in 1897:

The Programming Award to Priscila T:

A-Camp workshop? Y/Y

On Pretty Little Liars Episode 720 Recap: Act Hetero-Normal, Bitch!

The Ilene Chaiken as AD Award to Just Lori:

Thank you, Heather. You will always be one of my favorite writers. As I see it, the next chapter is clearly a show called “The Real Pretty Little Lesbian Liars of Ravenswood,

And on Some Movies You Could Watch as a Woman Who Exists in 2017:

The Original Recipe Award to Amanda Ling:

I came down here to ask how anyone who hadn’t seen practical magic even found this website. I guess if they made it, is how.

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  1. But for real, Riese, Sandra Bullock was stalked by a lesbian in her actual life because of that movie, get on it

  2. “And the Heart Will Wear On Award” made me snort out loud in the office. Good thing everyone else was on their lunch breaks.
    If you take a late lunch break you can slack off while the others are having lunch and also during your own lunch break. Just a life lesson for you kids.

  3. I stopped telling people I haven’t seen a movie after the “Pitch Perfect” catastrophe of 2017 in which I barely escaped in one piece.

    So, I’ve got Riese’s back on this… not because I haven’t seen Practical Magic either or anything…

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