If you were to look up “lesbian news” in the last 24 hours, you’d get a lot of stories about Denise Richards. This is why.
So she had some lesbian experimenting in her past. Do you think it was Neve Campbell? They had some built up tension after filming Wild Things and had to let it out, sans Matt Dillon?
Indian actress Koena Mitra is now refuting reports that she plays bisexual in her new American film, despite the very bisexual-themed poster and description. She told India Glitz:
So it’s all for s–ts and giggles? Dumb. And to think, I almost paid money to see a Kevin Sorbo film.
Ellie Goulding has royal fans, and now she has lesbian ones. (Me! Me!) The singer tells PrideSource she definitely has some gay ladies that like her and it’s not just because of her voice.
True and true. Also, we like your singing. But your arms don’t hurt.
Lady Gaga is getting ordained (of course she is) so she can marry her yoga instructor and her partner. She told KISS FM:
How cool. I bet the papa, papa, paparazzi will be trying to invade this private ceremony, if only to see what Gaga is wearing. Will she upstage the brides?
Move over Corrie: Emmerdale has a new lesbian couple coming to town. According to ITV:
Late in life lesbian! Love it. Producer Stuart Blackburn said of the new characters:
Will you be watching?
Julie Benz (Elyse) and Camille Chen (Anna) play partners on a new episode of USA’s Royal Pains. They show up on the August 3 episode as “a pair of alpaca farmers that call on Dr Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein) after an accident leaves one with a wound that won’t heal. Elyse and Anna are the mothers to Libby (Meredith Hagner) a fan favorite that was introduced in the pilot of the show and has been a recurring characters through the shows three seasons.” Ah, so they are moms to an existing character — so we could end up seeing more of them.
Wanda Sykes recently spoke on a panel about LGBT issues within the black community for the NAACP (its first ever!). Check out the video from FreeSpeech TV.
Today in Lesbianish TV: *The Ellen DeGeneres Show, All My Children (ABC 1 p.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), 24 Hour Restaurant Battle (Food Network 7 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), Degrassi (TeenNick 9 p.m.),*Glee (Fox 9 p.m.) (Thanks Roni!)