Happy Hump Day all!
I like how she thinks people just made up this phrase out of thin air. We’re just taking your lead, Kreay Kreay!
Some dude joked on Twitter that Lea Michele dated “plenty of males and females” while she was in between serious boyfriends. Of course, this made fans go nuts, and the guy later wrote he was joking. I’m not really sure why this guy has any authority. I looked him up and he has acted in two films I haven’t heard of. Is he like Lea’s BFF or something? Why is he a valid source of information? He’s not? OK, good. That’s settled.
Linda Perry‘s Deep Dark Robot has released a video for their cover of The Cure‘s “Love Song.” Check it out.
Probably the most lesbian version of that song I’ve ever heard, and that song gets covered a ton.
This post about a bisexual mom in an open relationship on Mommyish started out OK, but made me cringe several times with paragraphs like this:
I’m glad they posted a story about a happy, bi mom and all, but seriously — cringe and a half with the corny bi reveal.
WetPaint has some scoop on Tara’s new girlfriend on True Blood. You’ll have to watch the video to find out what’s up for Naomi in the near future.
Lesbians can get married in Vermont, just not at the Wildflower Inn. What is that? Discrimination? OK, Wildflower, get ready for the ACLU to come after you.
In other news about dumb homophobic people, a museum guard at the San Francisco Contemporary Jewish Museum asked a lesbian couple to leave because they were holding hands. Please note this was at a Gertrude Stein exhibit, one I’d very much like to go to and eye all of the security guards suspiciously while groping my wife just because. Luckily, everyone else at the museum thought the guard was dumb and apologized to the couple, as they obviously support LGBT rights. (See: San Francisco, Gertrude Stein.)
Today in Lesbianish TV: *The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), *Iron Chef America (Food Network 6 p.m.), Exes & Ohs (Logo 7:30 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.) and Degrassi (TeenNick 9 p.m.) (Thanks Roni!)
*Denotes a rerun