AMERICA'S NEXT TOP LESBIAN
Since her bio on the official site is sparse, here's a quick rundown on Megan: she graduated from the University of San Francisco with a degree in Media Studies, and a minor in African Studies; her passion is filmmaking (when she's not bartending); she has a puppy named Nola; and yes, she's single.
On the more serious side, when Megan was nine years old, she and her mother were reportedly in a plane crash which resulted in her mother's death from hypothermia. So if you needed another reason to root for her, there you go!
JAGGED LITTLE LESBIAN
Speaking of Nip/Tuck, when they announced this summer that Sanaa Lathan was joining the cast this season as the wife of a wealthy businessman, I mentioned that I hoped they found a way to make her gay. The Nip/Tuck writers clearly had the same idea, although it didn't turn out exactly as I had hoped: this week's episode of the FX drama had a creepy scene involving Jacqueline Bissett feeling up Lathan's character in a parking lot–but in a predatory, not sexy, way.
There is a silver lining to this dark and twisted plot development, though: this is one lesbian TV storyline that I'm fairly certain won't end with the two women deciding to have a baby.
BECAUSE EVERY GOOD MURDER MYSTERY NEEDS A LESBIAN BULGARIAN CHORUS LINE
MADE IN CHINA
The lyrics, which roughly translate to “Love has no right or wrong, love is not affected by rumors, I will never stop looking for you, you are my everything, etc." aren't going to win any songwriting prizes, and the video's ending follows in the grand tradition of tragic lesbian stories. But who cares? It's a good song, and an overdue milestone.
Best. Lesbian. Week. Ever. (September 15, 2006)