Hi ya, Brewbies! How are your minds this morning? Not blown? Well, fasten your brain belt because have I got a story for you:
Apparently, at a cafe in Australia, a dude’s girlfriend said, "He wants to bring his guide dog into the restaurant." But the waiter thought she said, "He wants to bring his gay dog into the restaurant." The waiter refused and now the restaurant has been fined $1,500.
It was a big misunderstanding, of course, but if any of you really do have a gay dog, I’ve got a single, tri-color, bi-curious beagle who’s looking for a good time.
OK, enough laughter. As a lesbian, I resent your laughter. And all laughter. It’s on to serious business. And by "serious business" I mean "Grey’s Anatomy spoilers," so if you don’t want to know what’s coming for Callie and Arizona, look away.
Here are a couple of newly released promo photos from the Grey’s "game-changing" season finale:
What’s up with Calzona? Well, E! Online‘s Kristin recently teased that a breakup
The breakup, sadly, that I was assuming was Callie and Arizona, but some people are speculating that it will be Cristina and Owen. Of course, Shonda Rhimes told TV Guide that Cristina and Owen have a "bright future," so make of that what you will.
And here’s EW‘s Ausiello from his spoiler blog:
If your heart is breaking, Shonda Rhimes, fix it! This baby drama is played and manufactured and not necessary. You made the problem! Now fix the problem!
So, speaking of lesbian drama, a lot of you have expressed an interest in reading Las Aparicio
Hey, Sheetal Sheth has brand new No H8 photo:
Best distraction ever, right?
And here’s another awesome thing: The biggest LGBT film festival in India’s history opens in Mumbai today. Just a year after gay sex was decriminalized, organizers have put together a four-day "Kashish" festival, where they’ll screen 110 films, including India’s first mainstream gay film, Dunno Y Na Jaane Kyon. Their goal is to entertain and open up dialogue between the traditionally conservative country and its gay citizens.
LGBT rights activists are hoping the new film Mormon Proposition will open up dialogue in America about the role the church played in passing California’s Proposition 8, and the role the church continues to play in funding anti-gay legislation.
You can check out the full trailer at Apple.com. The film will open in limited release on June 18th, and make the gay film festival circuit this summer. (Thanks for the tip, Tau!)
Openly gay New York Times food writer Kim Severson answered 20 Questions with PopMatters recently to promote her memoir, Spoon Fed, which was released this month. In addition to the super gay answer of wanting Gertrude Stein, Eleanor Roosevelt and Lucille Ball to join her for dinner at The Ritz, Severson offered up plenty of other leztastic goodies.
If you’re a fan, the whole interview is a treat. (Hat tip, Jess.)
Tonight, Grey’s is new with more Callie/Arizona baby