Happy birthday to Amanda Peet, Kim Coles, Naomi Judd and Mary J. Blige!
Out actress Cynthia Nixon is taking her talents to Broadway. Nixon stars as “Vivian Bearing, a scholar who devoted her life to academia, she must now face the irony and injustice of becoming the subject of research, facing terminal cancer” in Margaret Edson’s Wit. The play opens January 26 and runs through March 11. (Bring a box of tissues.)
It’s always uplifting to hear that a parent accepts their LGBTQ child. Chaz Bono’s stepmother Republican congresswoman Mary Bono Mack told E!, "I love Chaz very much. I’m very proud of Chaz. I’m blessed that Chaz is my stepson. From the moment that I met him in 1984, we hit it off very well and he’s really been a blessing in my life. I think he’s happier and more comfortable now than he’s ever been. I will love him through and through and I know that he will love me."
Also on February 11, I’ll be participating in my first-ever queer art show! Join me for the opening night gala as I showcase five of my acrylic paintings at the Liberty Art Gallery. (435 Alamitos Avenue) The event will also have live music, wine, tarot card readings and a singles mixer for all you ladies looking for love.
Last weekend lesbian beauty pageant hopeful Mollie Thomas competed in the Miss California USA beauty pageant but didn’t place in the top 20. Thomas spoke to TMZ outside West Hollywood’s The Abbey and said she’ll be back next year for the crown.
On May 8, residents of North Carolina will be voting on Amendment One, a measure aiming to define marriage in the state as between one man and one woman. So before you fill out your ballot, watch NC Amendment One: The Musical! That’s right, when gays fight back, we fight back with an eight count.
On a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Kimmel explains how ridiculous it is for the Pope to say that “gay marriage will end humanity.” Or is it?
Lesbian/Bi Ally Video of the Day!