Here's a still of openly bisexual actress Saffron Burrows in the upcoming film Reign Over Me, debuting March 23, which stars Adam Sandler as a man recovering from the loss of his family in the Sept. 11 attacks:
I'D GO GAY FOR THAT CUTE GIRL NICOLE IN MY FRESHMAN WOMEN'S STUDIES CLASS … OH WAIT, I ALREADY DID.
Heard of those "I'd go gay for Shane" T-shirts? Or the ones that say "Ellen is my HomoGirl"? The woman behind the T-shirts is 26-year-old Arlan from San Diego, who also writes a fun blog called Your Daily Lesbian Moment. Her latest initiative is to get all lesbians to wear a purple string around their wrists to make it easier for us to identify each other on the street. Not a bad idea, unless the straight people co-opt it and turn it into a fashion accessory.
Karman's latest initiative is to get all lesbians to wear purple G-strings, to make it easier for her to … oh never mind. It's a good thing she's not in charge around here.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!
In light of Ellen hosting the Oscars this weekend, Newsday has a lengthy new article about the rise of lesbians in entertainment ("All They Need Is Love"), and so does Time magazine ("Yep, She's Mainstream"). According to Time, "One reason DeGeneres will be onstage Feb. 25 is that lesbians are women, and women increasingly define the pop-culture mainstream." Huh? That's news to me, and probably to a lot of other women, as well …
The new movie Reno 911!: Miami includes a lesbian cop in denial. Still not enough to get me to go see it.
Stiletto productions is now casting for an all-LGBT reality series (think an all-gay Real World) to tape this summer and debut on an unnamed "major cable network" this fall.
South of Nowhere has officially been renewed for a third season of 16 episodes to debut in the fall.
There's a new Netflix for lesbians at WomynsMovies.com, where you can pay $11.95 a month for unlimited DVD rentals with a free two-week trial. Quick, sign up for the happy lesbian movies before all four of them are checked out!