Gurl.com has hired Tegan and Sara as advice columnists. So far, they’ve answered “How do I know I’m gay?”, “How do I tell a gurl I like her?” and how to deal with a religious mom who won’t accept that her daughter is pansexual. So how do you tell a girl you like her, Tegan and Sara?
So if you have a question for T&S, head to Gurl.com to ask.
There’s a new website (it’s NSFW, FYI) called Boobsonlylesbians.com. This means that women who visit it are only interested in boobs, not “the vag.” Boobs Only Lesbians, as far as I’m concerned, do not exist.
In this video from STV, Heather Peace says she is hoping for a second season of Lip Service. She also talked about the sex scenes:
Dear Tegan and Sara, how do you feel about sex scenes in Lip Service? Signed, Trish.
In something I feel disturbed about, a woman named Vivian Von Queef is a lesbian. At least that’s what she told Howard Stern before, uh, vagina singing “Silent Night.”
India’s Big Boss is just like Big Brother and one of its competitors, actress Dolly Bindra, was called a lesbian by her housemates. After leaving the house, she cleared things up saying she is not, so obviously her roommates were just trying to insult her. Awesome!
South African writer Michelle Macfarlane‘s new novel The Au Pair is based on the true story of an older woman falling for a young lesbian. At the launch party, she brought her partner and talked with fans about why she wrote it.
How cute are they? Now I need to read this book.
A group of Columbia University students are premiering a new web series called Q: The Series and The New Gay talked with them about what they’re trying to say about sexual and gender identities. Here’s their trailer:
Star Julia Horowitz told TNG:
Q: The Series debuts in January.
Portia DeGeneres is being accused of sexism in Australia for allegedly refusing male interviewers. Well then she’s obviously homophobic, too, as we have yet to talk with her as well.
In other Portia news, she says she’s upset with Prime Minister Julia Gillard for continuing to treat gays like “second class citizens.” She told ABC Radio:
Thanks to Kate and Ruth for the tips!
Today on TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (check local listings), lesbians on Deliver Me: Home Edition (Discovery Health 11 a.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), lesbian-themed rerun of Cold Case (TNT 3 p.m.), House (USA 3 p.m.), Iron Chef America with Cat Cora (Food Network 8 p.m.), re-run of Jane Lynch on iCarly (Nick 5 p.m.), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC 9 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m. and midnight). (Thanks Roni!)
Come back later for our debut of Ariel Schrag‘s column on graphic novels and comics.