SEE, WE’RE NOT THE ONLY ONES WHO THINK TOP MODEL IS REALLY,
AE reader cynm tipped us
off to TVGuide.com
vlogger Michael Ausiello’s report that the next season of America’s Next
Top Model will have the models in bunk beds, except for four who have to
share a bed. He then proceeds to enact that scenario with dolls (which is
eerily reminiscent of another video blog I
In related news, when I was in L.A. last week, I interviewed the "lost"
contestants of this season’s Top Model, where I found a "straight"
Loquacious looking suspiciously butch, and watched Lorelei and Natalia fight
over which one of them is really the "top" model.
Oh, the things I have to do for this job.
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!
We upgraded the website this week, which will make it more stable
in the future and allows us to add new features like User Points, which award
registered members points for participating in the community. Unfortunately,
you do not get to redeem these points for prizes or for Michelle Paradise
(as a few readers requested); it’s just an easy way to see how active someone
is in the community, but you’re also free to ignore them if you like. Look for more features to roll out in the next few months
— and more bugs to crop up over the next few weeks as we work out the upgrade kinks.
Thanks in advance for being patient!
We launched another weekly video blog this week: U
People, about the filmmaking experiences of musician Hanifah
Walidah and her partner, Olive Demetrius. New episodes
will be posted on Thursdays.
Need a good laugh? Watch Julie Goldman get advice from a (female)
acting coach on how to act heterosexual in the
fifth episode of The Big Straight Sketch Show. Then watch her try
to pick up said acting coach.
That’s it for this week! Since next Thursday is Thanksgiving, there won’t be
a Best. Lesbian. Week. Ever. next Friday, so look for the next edition on Friday,