Hello! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend. Of course, we’re gone for a day on vaca and everything lesbian happens.
She took to her blog to write two posts on the issue. An excerpt:
Melissa filed a Petition for Dissolution of Domestic Partnership last Friday, citing the ever popular “irreconcilable differences” defense. She is seeking joint custody of their 3-year-old twins, Johnnie and Miller, and “asked that the court not award financial support to Michaels.” This incited the other blog post, about Tammy giving up her acting career and livelihood to be the house wife.
Melissa hasn’t made any sort of comment on the matter yet. Rest assured this split will be covered in the press just the same as any famous straight couple’s demise. Sigh.
Britain’s Next Top Model premiered last night and we were this close to having a lesbian contestant on the new cycle. Marie, a 22-year-old from Manchester, was one of the few girls axed when it came time to establish the final 14. Here she is in her intro interview:
Marie talked about having a girlfriend while on the show (who is 20 years her senior) and one of the other girls was perplexed, saying, “You don’t expect pretty girls to have a full time bird.” In the UK? I beg to differ!
Speaking of the UK, lesbian housemate Shabby left Big Brother over the weekend. She wanted to leave with her crush in the house, Caoimhe Guilfoyle, who she “hopes to have turned.” Caoimhe, however, decided to stick around. Shabby told The Sun:
If only that was so simple. This must be her first time falling for a straight girl. Today, Caoimhe asked her boyfriend to marry her live on TV. Sorry Shabby.
Last night on Huge, it was revealed that Ian thinks Will is a lesbian. When he says kids at his school call him queer because he doesn’t like sports, he turns to her and says, “No offense.” Because Will is interested in Ian, she wants him to know she’s not gay. She asks Becca, “How gay do you think I am? On a scale of one to Ellen.”
Becca clarifies to Ian later — “Will is not a lesbian.” I wonder if that will be the end of that, as Nikki Blonsky said in an interview that her character would be pondering her sexual orientation. Don’t worry, I’ll keep watching for us all.
Congratulations to Sarah Waters who was awarded Writer of the Year by Glamour magazine in their Women of the Year Awards.
Keeley Hawes presented her with the award, making it the most lesbian part of the evening, for sure. (Thanks Nicole.)
OK guys — you apparently have been called to action. Get at her.
She said “thang!” She was obviously robbed.
I promise that we’ll have a post on Lindsay Lohan‘s new rumored lady love. In the meantime, you can read over that Samantha Ronson interview blog to get hip to how she met Lilo and where they stand with each other.