Good morning! Did you watch the VMAs last night? Mary Lambert was so awesome. In case you missed her performing with Macklemore, Ryan Lewis and surprise guest Jennifer Hudson, here you go!
The last text Mary sent me from the night was, “Kanye kissed me on the cheek so I feel like I’ve really made it.”
A new lesbian film in Nepal is an Oscar contender for best foreign language film in their version of the Academy Awards. Soongava – Dance of the Orchids “recounts the secret love story between a teacher and a dancer which comes to light when the parents of one announce that they have found a suitable boy for their daughter to marry.”
One blogger thinks queer chicks will lose their minds if Ellen Page ends up being straight.
Jane Lynch tells Michael Musto that she thinks straight women can play lesbians just as well as lesbians can:
No, it’s irrelevant. Good actors are good actors.
As for her divorce, she said she’s doing fine. Meanwhile, her soon-to-be ex-wife is filing for spousal support.
Slate is launching a new LGBTQ section called “Outward,” and June Thomas is the head lesbian. (I decided that’s her title.)
Rachel Maddow is a big part of a New Yorker piece on MSNBC.
Passion director Brian de Palma talked about the new film (and some of his others) with the New York Times.
Although it was filmed a few years ago, Amber Heard‘s horror film All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is finally getting released on October 13.
Lesbian couple Pam and Liz are up against four other couples for a Watch What Happens Live Wedding. Vote for them!