Good morning! Did you enjoy The Fosters last night? Here’s a look at next week’s episode.
27 is an opera about Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas and Out has some cool photos of the production.
Anna Silk‘s Being Erica ex Erin Karpluk has joined the cast of Rookie Blue. Let’s hope she meets Gail or Holly or both. She won’t show up until Episode 11, but she’ll be recurring for the rest of Season 5.
If you’re in Ontario, go see The Femme Project at Whitby.
Kind of a weird list, but OK! 8 Famous Lesbians Who Were Married to Men.
A new children’s fairy tale will include a lesbian princess. Says The Princes and the Treasure author Jeffrey Miles:
“I suddenly wondered, ‘Why aren’t there any gay princes or lesbian princesses? Why can’t the handsome prince marry another handsome prince? Why can’t a damsel in distress be rescued by a beautiful princess?’”
IndieWire took a reader poll of The 25 Most Important LGBT Television Series and Pretty Little Liars, Skins, The Rachel Maddow Show, Orange is the New Black, Glee and The Ellen DeGeneres Show are just some of the titles with queer women included.
Shay Mitchell is stunning (of course) in Galore this month, where she shares her feelings on playing Emily Fields.
I’m not one to count my chickens before they hatch, but the books already had a huge fan base. Playing the character Emily Fields, who happens to be a lesbian, was both exciting and something that I feel is important. There seems to be a conversation around her character, a positive one, and I am happy to be that voice.
The tabloids are still going after Ellen and Portia. This time the focus is Ellen’s dad.
Brittney Griner is on the cover of Curve this month.
CollegeHumor takes on bros who love lesbians. “Girl on girl matrimony!” So good.