Joan Jett and Cherie Curie are suing Main Man Records over the Runaways tribute album they are releasing on June 28. The singers are upset their names are being used to promote the album, which they had nothing to do with, and is being spearheaded by a former employee of Joan’s.
Their lawyer says, “This isn’t about money. This is strictly about preserving reputation and quality that both Joan and Cherie are known for.” Main Man said it will “vigorously defend itself.” This should be interesting.
This video of Behind the Scenes of Glee Live is mostly about Darren Criss, but there are some glimpses of Naya Rivera and co., too.
A Syrian man has penned a blog for NPR about his experiences with the gay women of Syria, including his pretending to be one’s boyfriend so her parents would stop suspecting she was a lesbian. Sad, but probably true.
Out rapper Psalm One is going to be on MTV’s Made next week, helping aspiring MC Emma come into her own as an artist. Check it out on Thursday, June 23.
R.I.P. Bridges, a Jewish Feminist journal started by women like Adrienne Rich. The final issue features a piece called “Forward and Backward: Jewish Lesbian Writers” co-written by Elana Dykewomon and Jyl Lyn Felman.
Looks like Sara Gilbert isn’t the only Talk host with girl crushes. Sharon Osbourne‘s is kind of awesome.
Today in Lesbianish TV: *The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), The Times of Harvey Milk (Showtime 8:30 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.) (Thanks Roni!)
*Denotes a rerun