The McGill Daily has a piece on bisexual experience and identity, including the coming out process, the stereotypes and finding acceptance.
Cat Cora and her family attended The Muppets premiere in Los Angeles this week. Adorable.
Need some inspiration to get to the gym? Let Billie Jean King give you a pep talk.
The group that is Odd Future is on the cover of Spin this month, which means there is a lesbian on the cover of Spin. Syd tha Kid is the sole female member, and tells the magazine:
She also explains the “Cocaine” video.
The magazine calls her “brave” and says she is “the first prominent artist in hip-hop to unequivocally come out.” No mention of Odd Future’s homophobic and misogynistic lyrics, though, which is a missed opportunity on finding out how Syd feels about that kind of “truth.”
The Rumpus has a great interview with Kelebohile Nkhereanye and Renee Boyd, a married lesbian couple who discuss what marriage means to them as lesbians and as Africans.
Today in Lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show, An Unexpected Love (LMN 10 a.m.), *The O.C. (SoapNet 11 a.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), Buffy (Logo 2 p.m.), *Grey’s Anatomy (Lifetime 2 p.m.), *Roseanne (Oxygen 3:30 p.m.), The Rosie Show (OWN 7 p.m., 11 p.m.), *Oprah’s Lifeclass (OWN 8 p.m.),Black Swan (TMAX 8 p.m.), *Law & Order: SVU (USA 8 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m., midnight, 4 a.m.), *Degrassi (TeenNick 9 p.m.), Bound (Cinemax 10 p.m.), *Boardwalk Empire (HBO2 11 p.m.), *Iron Chef America (Cooking Channel 11 p.m.) and *Chef Hunter (Food Network 11 p.m., 2 a.m.) (Thanks Roni!)