The annual Met Ball went down in New York last night and some gorgeous queer women were all dolled up.
Dolly Parton is forever facing lesbian rumors about her friendship with her BFF Judy, but she always responds with humor and grace.
Shailene Woodley broke my heart when she said she’s not a feminist. But then she tried to explain herself and I thought I should at least share:
Slate ponders if marriage is changing the way we are in our relationships.
A new documentary about being gay in Alabama needs your support to get made.
The wonderfuly witchy Salem has gotten a second season from WGN.
A new show on OWN called Love in the City has an out bisexual woman in the cast. Photographer Chenoa Maxwell takes her friends to a lesbian club on this week’s episode, and she talked with XFinity about the experience.
If you’re near Pittsburgh May 15, you might want to see this: Here and Now: Queer Geographies In Contemporary Photography, at Silver Eye Center for Photography.
Today in Lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Queen Latifah Show, Good Morning America (ABC 7 a.m.), *Top Chef Season 4 marathon (Esquire 7 a.m.), *Degrassi “Ray of Light, Pt. 1 & 2” (TeenNick 11 a.m./11:30 a.m.), Kissing Jessica Stein (Sundance 12:45 p.m.), *The Good Wife marathon (Hallmark Movie Channel 1 p.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), *Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (Food Network 2 p.m.), *Love in the City “Nobody Said Sexy Was Easy” (OWN 4 p.m.), *Girl Code marathon (MTV 5 p.m.), Jane Velez-Mitchell (HLN 7 p.m.), Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her (MGM 7:50 p.m.), Glee “Old Dog New Tricks” (Fox 8 p.m.), The Voice “Live Eliminations” (NBC 8 p.m.), Chopped “Reversal of Fortune” (Food Network 8 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), Chicago Fire “One More Shot” (NBC 10 p.m.), The People’s Couch (Bravo 10:01 p.m.), Faking It “We Shall Overcompensate” (MTV 10:31 p.m.), Jane Lynch on Chelsea Lately (E! 11 p.m.), *Real Husbands of Hollywood “Fund Raising Hell”/”Hell of a Fund Raiser” (BET 11 p.m./11:30 p.m.), *Faking It marathon (MTV 11:31 p.m.), Ellen Page on Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC 12:36 a.m.) (Thanks Roni!)