“I like women. I definitely have been dating mostly women recently. I’m not one or the other. I think women are the most amazing creatures on earth. They’re gentle, and also more intelligent than the men that I’ve met recently. I don’t have a steady right now, but I look forward to it.”
Jessica Stroup has joined the cast of Orange is the New Black, so we’ll see her next season!
A lesbian-themed short called Roommates needs your help to get made.
Judy Garland‘s former assistant, Stevie Phillips, has written a tell-all about her time with the legendary star, and, apparently, they had “lesbian car sex.”
On one of the interminable limo rides to a show date, Garland reached her hand across the back seat and onto Phillips’ knee. When the car lurched forward, “her hand was now fully in my crotch and she was staring straight ahead. Then she turn and smiled.
“In an instant my body turned rigid and I stopped breathing while every possible weak-kneed simpering response like, I don’t think so. Please! Not my thing. I wish you wouldn’t –collided in my head. I mustered all the courage I had and turned in her direction. Take another breath and say something, I commanded myself. Nothing would come out.”
Sure gives a new meaning to “Over the Rainbow!”
Want to watch the first-ever documentary about homosexuality? It’s called The Rejected and wow, what a trip.
“I was very sad to do it. I wrote another ending but it didn’t work. At the time, I thought it was the right choice, but I do actually regret it now.”
The New York Times profiles Abby Wambach, and she had this to say about being out:
“I never felt like I had to have this huge party for myself about my sexuality. To make a party for something that I think of as normal, for me, that just didn’t seem authentic. I wanted it to be as normal as possible.”
I never had a coming out party either, Abby. Want to throw one together!?
What’s it like to go to Cannes? Carol producer Christine Vachon shares her experience with IndieWire.
AzMarie is readying some new music.
Rachel Maddow will make a guest appearance on The Jim Gaffigan Show, which is coming to TVLand this summer.
Out comic/actor Mo Welch plays a total lesbian in a new web series called We Need to Talk.
Refinery29 shows off Nicolette Mason‘s gorgeous wedding dress.
All Brandi Carlile wants for her birthday is donations to her Fight the Fear Campaign, which is an incredibly important non-profit organization helping to empower women through self-defense.
Dying to know more about Fun Home star Beth Malone? Broadway World has a fun piece with her.
Today in Lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show The Real – Guest: Monifah Good Morning America (ABC 7 a.m.) Buffy “Fear, Itself” (Pivot 10 a.m.) (rerun) The View (ABC 11 a.m.) – Guest co-host: Raven-Symone The Arrested Development Documentary Project (Pivot 11 a.m.) Maron “The Request” (IFC 12:30 p.m., 5:15 a.m.) (rerun) Chloe (Encore Suspense 12:30 p.m., 7:20 p.m.) Mulholland Dr. (MoreMAX 12:45 p.m.) How I Met Your Mother “Band or DJ?” (Lifetime 1:30 p.m.) (rerun) The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.) – Guest: Margaret Cho Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (Food Network 2 p.m.) (rerun) Ghost Whisperer “Slam” (Ion 3 p.m.) (rerun) This Is Where I Leave You (HBO Signature 3:45 p.m., 11 p.m.) Arrow “The Calm” (CW 8 p.m.) (rerun) Glee: The Concert Movie (FXM 8 p.m., 10 p.m.) The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.) Vanishing of the Bees (Pivot 9 p.m.) – Narrated by Ellen Page Inside Comedy “Ted Danson; Wanda Sykes” (Showtime 9:30 p.m.) Monster (TMC Xtra 10 p.m.) Smallville “Visage” (TNT 2 a.m.) (rerun) The Other Shore (Showtime2 5:30 a.m.) But I’m a Cheerleader (Starz Cinema 7:35 a.m.) Girl Code (MTV 8 a.m.) (rerun) Mad About You “The Finale” (FXX 8:30 a.m.) (rerun) (Thanks Roni!)