Orange is the New Black‘s stars look stunning, ravishing and all kinds of “ings” in Elle. I’m sure you will agree!
A dude wonders why Austin, Texas doesn’t have more lesbian bars. R.I.P. Sisters Edge II!
A comedian performing at the Gaelic Athletic Association’s end-of-the-year awards received silence and a few walk-outs when he made a joke about lesbians that seemed to be in poor taste. (No one seems to know exactly what he said, only that it was not funny and insulted many gay women in the room.) Boo to you, Oliver Callan.
Crystal Bowersox talked about the support she’s received since coming out as bisexual, and why she decided to talk about it publicly.
“I feel really confident this year and that’s a part of who I am and there’s no sense in keeping it to yourself. I think the more people who come out who are in the public eye, the better chance some high school student has to love and accept themselves and feel confident enough to be open. Secrets are no fun.”
Dana Piccoli sent me this tip, and I think you’ll be into it. The Chanticleer is about “Edie Chaucer, who inherits a bar (The Chanticleer) and returns home to find it in disrepair and debauchery. She vows to make the place her own. But when she hires a new bartender, a woman who has Communist ties and prefers to dress in men’s clothing, she learns firsthand the impact of the Red Scare and anti-gay witch hunts of mid-century America.”
Shakira and Rihanna look very cozy in their new single cover. I fully support all these divas duetting lately. (Thanks Liz!)
Out director Francesca Gregorini told Collider her next movie is going to be “a 1920s period piece, set in Paris.” I’m in! Go see The Truth about Emanuel this weekend if you can.
Tracy Chapman will be one of the U.S. documentary judges at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Brittney Griner will be part of the CNN International documentary Journey of the Gay Athlete, airing this Saturday in the UK.
Billie Jean King went on The Today Show and talked about not letting the fact she’s gay overshadow the actual sports in Sochi.
Looking for Lost Girl spoilers, stills, etc? I got you.
Wanda Sykes went on The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon last night where she talked about her kids and New Orleans Saints superstitions.
Speaking of the Big Easy, Girl Code‘s Quinn Marcus is having a one-woman show in NOLA soon and answered some questions about the performance in this YouTube video.
Today in Lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Queen Latifah Show, *Glee marathon (Oxygen 6 a.m.), *Buffy “Shadow” (FX 7 a.m.), *Curl Girls marathon (Logo 8 a.m.), *Sell This House! “Van Nuys, Cal.” (Bio 11 a.m.), *Degrassi (TeenNick 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m.), Under the Tuscan Sun (Starz Edge 11:20 a.m.), Primary Colors (TMAX 11:45 a.m.), *Cousins Undercover “New Mom’s Newest Addition” (DIY 12 p.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), *Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids “Black Sheep” (TLC 2:30 p.m.), *Chopped “Bird in the Pan” (Food Network 3 p.m.), *Wicked Attraction “Lesbians and the Little Man” (ID 3 p.m.), What’s Cooking? (IndiePlex 3:45 p.m.), *Friends “The One with Two Parts, Pt 1″ (TBS 4 p.m.), Ellen DeGeneres: The Beginning (HBO Comedy 5 p.m.), *The Good Wife marathon (Hallmark 6 p.m.), Jane Velez-Mitchell (HLN 7 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), *Friday Night Lights “A Sort of Homecoming” (Pivot 10 p.m.), Dracula “Come to Die” (NBC 10:01 p.m.), Mary Lambert on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC 11:34 p.m.) (Thanks Roni!)