I’m still wondering if she then went home and had sex with a lesbian. Maybe she ran into one on the way home from the studio!
Romy Madley Croft is the frontwoman of the biggest new indie band The XX. You might recall I loved their debut album so much I named it number one on 2009’s Best Albums from Lesbian/Bi Women. (Seriously — check the band out!) Romy and her girlfriend, Rachel, posed for Tourist magazine and answered some questions about one another. The interviewer asked, “When did you know you were in love?”
Cute! It must be rough with Romy being on the road constantly, but it seems like they are OK with it so far.
Everyone knows that feeling.
Yesterday I told you that The Bridge will debut on CBS next weekend, featuring a bisexual cop. Well apparently the only glimpse we have of her being into women is in the first episode. A CBS publicist told me her bisexuality does not show up again in the series — ever. So she’s still bisexual, but there won’t be any hint of it, unless it’s our imaginations. Sigh.
Number 10 on the list of Den of Geek’s Top 10 strong female science-fiction film characters is Rox, the lesbian biker babe from Chopper Chicks in Zombie Town. As the site notes:
OK, well I’m sold. The rest of the list is full of some of our other favorite women, so it’s really a win/win.
Diana is a lesbian, so I’m thinking this might be a funny scene — and not sexual. At least that’s what I’m hoping for.
In the new episode of Muscle Top, Cyrus and Debbie go over a Chronology of Closeted Gays in Pop Music while trying to figure out their sound.
The Neil Young-meets-Peaches is something I’d probably get into. If you don’t think this series is hilarious, we can’t be friends!
This comes out after she released a sex tape in which she looked like she cared very much for men — or at least a man. Meanwhile, Lori Michaels hasn’t made any comments on their relationship, but does Tweet all the links that include Danielle’s interviews and comments.
Former Girl Next Door Kendra Wilkinson told PopEater she used to love playing softball, which naturally turned into a comment on her sexuality.
I’m sure this helped out with her career in the Playboy mansion — not the softball part.
Daniel Alfredson is the director of the Swedish Girl with the Dragon Tattoo film and its sequels. He told the San Francisco Chronicle that the extreme violence in the movies hasn’t been an issue with anyone, but he was worried about one scene in The Girl Who Played With Fire.
Well that must be some lesbian sex scene, because the violence in the films is pretty extreme. Two women making love is more offensive to people than a woman getting violently raped by a man? That says something.
If you’re going to Comic Con in San Diego this month, make sure to visit Showtime’s “The Anti-Heroes of Showtime” panel with out Nurse Jackie writer Linda Wallem, Mary-Louise Parker and stars and showrunners from Dexter, Weeds and Californication. Sounds pretty sweet — if you are going, I’m quite jealous.
Have you heard of the sci-fi film Kaboom? It premiered at Cannes this spring where it won the Queer Palms award, the first ever LGBT Award given at the fest. It stars French actress Roxane Mesquida as a lesbian witch who has a romance with Haley Bennett.
Juno Temple plays a “sexual adventurer” in the film, too. It was acquired by IFC Films and looks like it’ll be available for Video on Demand from the channel soon.
If you visit the film’s website, you can make yourself into an avatar from the comic book movie.
We’ll have a full report on the Emmy nominations from this morning and lots more today so come back when you can.