Happy Hump Day!
Vanessa Carlton performed at Fashion’s Night Out in New York City last week. She was at the flagship Ann Taylor store on Madison Avenue where she performed songs from her upcoming album Rabbits on the Run.
A fashionable bisexual woman? Get out!
While on Ellen‘s show this week, Jane Lynch talked about being closeted before getting into Hollywood. Jane also said that Ellen blazed the trail for her.
I’m so confused — which one is which?!? They are both blonde and lesbians!
Deadline.com is reporting that TNT will be picking up HawthoRNe for a third season, which means we’ll likely see more of lesbian nurse Kelly and, possibly, Sara Gilbert, if she’s not too preoccupied with The Talk.
Speaking of Sara, she was out with her son at the L.A. Farmer’s Market yesterday. What a cute pair.
Love La Roux? You can get her new digital remix LP, In For the Kill, online now.
In other music news, Tegan and Sara have recorded a cover of Gavin DeGraw‘s One Tree Hill theme song, “I Don’t Want to Be.” The catch is you actually have to watch the show to hear them perform it.
Shunda K is teaming up with her old Yo Majesty groupmate Shon B for a single called “I’m Da Best,” which will be released Oct. 25. I’m sure it’ll be hot — I loved “Club Action.”
Women’s site Lemondrop.com gave advice to a woman who thinks she might be a lesbian and wants to let other women know she’s interested in them. Here’s how it begins:
It’s pretty sound advice, actually, so if you’re still unsure yourself, give it a read.
The new film Tamara Drewe is about a group of writers on retreat, all looking for a little inspiration. The resident lesbian crime writer Eustacia is played by Bronagh Gallagher. Based on a graphic novel of the same name, the film is more focused on the men all chasing Tamara, but several reviews have cited Eustacia as one of the film’s best characters.
Real life author Val McDermid wrote a piece for The Independent on the growing genre of lesbian fiction, and how she’s had a hand in it the last two decades. An excerpt:
From Radclyffe Hall to the present day success of Sarah Waters, McDermid covers it all, and things are looking up.
Zypher Williams is shopping around her documentary-style reality series Honey Child to networks, hoping to provide a better show about lesbian life than The Real L Word. South Florida Gay News writes “she will be filming in almost 10 cities from California, through the deep south, to New Jersey. Students, artists, athletes, professionals and women who are trying to sort out their sexuality in the world and – ultimately – their life as women who love other women.” We’ll keep you posted on her progress.
Have a lovely day.