Morning Brew – Desiree Akhavan on “Girls” Season 4

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Good morning! Are you voting today? YOU SHOULD.

Angel Haze and Ariel Schrag are part of this year’s Out 100.

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Tabloids are saying Michelle Rodriguez wants ex Cara Delevingne back. I guess things didn’t work out with Zac Efron.

Are these really the 10 Most Gay Friendly Countries in the world? Hard to say.

If you’re in D.C., check out a new exhibit about sexuality and gender identity at the Art of the Americas Museum. It’s called What We Have Within and is open now through January 9.

The New York Times calls Cameron Esposito a comic who makes the writer “most jealous of Los Angeles audiences.” She’s in NY performing at the New York Comedy Festival this week, so see her while you can.

Sarah Paulson looks fabulous for fall in MORE magazine.

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Erika Linder posed for the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar China.

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Out writer/producer Lena Waithe had her show Bros picked up by HBO. One of the brothers is gay. Keeping fingers crossed for some lesbian friends.

Speaking of HBO, Desiree Akhavan is in the new season of Girls, which you can glimpse in this new behind-the-scenes teaser.

Rosie O’Donnell will be back on The Fosters for at least two episodes when the show returns.

The Danish Girl is finally moving forward, and Eddie Redmayne has been cast as the first person to ever under go transgender reassignment surgery.

Lady Gaga slayed with her version of 4 Non-Blondes‘ “What’s Up” while on tour.

Reality star/artist K. Michelle says she’s been extorted by a lesbian sex tape that she’s not even sure exists. (But it sounds like it’s possible: “I got a girl saying she got a sex tape on me. I dibble and dab honey! She got a sex tape of me and her and another girl having sex. Yeah, I did that! If you’re gonna leak something, make sure it’s airbrushed, make sure I look good.”

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Mae Whitman is ready for Taylor Swift to start writing songs about romancing women.

Have a great day!

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