Happy Tuesday guys!
Kelly McGillis went on The Joy Behar Show last night and talked about getting sober, becoming a full-time mom and her participation in the new breast cancer documentary 1 a Minute. Of course, she also had some thoughts to share on her recent civil union, as Joy asked what she thinks about gay marriage and how she had issues with her sexuality since she was young and living in New York.
Thanks for speaking out Kelly.
Also, Larry King Live dedicated a show to gay bullying and suicide last night, featuring Wanda Sykes, Kathy Griffin, Tim Gunn, Lance Bass and Chely Wright. And Wanda is also part of the new WeGiveADamn video on bullying.
Ani Difranco wants feminism to save the world. While at the Omega Institute’s 2010 Women and Power Conference, she said that coming together in marches and protests are still relevant for getting the action and reactions we need.
If I had a quarter for every time someone asked me how lesbians "do it."
Lesley Goldberg talked with Heather Matarazzo for Echomag.com about how she came out, in honor of Oct. 11 being National Coming Out Day.
No worries — Heather said her mom loves her fiancee Carolyn Murphy and everything is all good now. Good on ya, Mama Matarazzo.
And here are a few more It Gets Better videos for your viewing pleasure.
Kerry Washington says she is still working on that Dusty Springfield biopic with Kristin Chenoweth, in which they will play lovers.
Glad she’s on our side!
And on TV today and tonight: The Laramie Project (HBO 10:30 a.m.), Desperate Housewives with Katherine and Robin (Lifetime 12 p.m.), a lesbian couple on 10 Grand in Your Hand (DIY 4:30 p.m.) , Glee (Fox 8 p.m.), The Biggest Loser (NBC 8 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m. and midnight), Dancing With the Stars (ABC 9 p.m.), a lesbian couple on Flipping Out (Bravo 9 p.m.), The Good Wife (CBS 10 p.m.), Fried Green Tomatoes (Movieplex 11 p.m.) andJillian Michaels on The Tonight Show. (Thanks Roni!)
Have a great day!