Good morning! And what a herstoric win last night for the first ever woman to be a major-party nominee for the President of the United States!
Mother Jones talks lesbian haikus and cats with Anna Pulley.
iO Tillett Wright is coming to Amber Heard‘s defense on Twitter.
Out Black Lives Matter activist Jasmine Richards has been sentenced to 90 days in a Pasadena jail after police claimed she was involved in a “felony lynching.” This is total bullshit. #FREEJASMINE.
Photo by Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images
At the Advocate: Black, Butch and a Target.
Five reasons it’s so hard to meet people on apps when you’re LGBTQ.
Former Toronto lesbian bar Slack’s may or may not be opening as a new gay bar during Pride.
Variety thinks Lily Tomlin might get an Emmy nod for Grace & Frankie.
Queer-themed animated series McTucky Fried High is back for a second season.
At W: Behind the scenes of Suited.
Hannah Hart is not here for your body shaming.
Obviously, queer women are THE MOST FUNNY. Elle highlights the “classic humor” of Tig Notaro, Margaret Cho and Wanda Sykes.
Speaking of Tig, she talked with the New York Times about her new book, I’m Just a Person, and is featured with wife Stephanie Allynne in People, as they chat about the twin babies they are expecting any minute now. Stephanie was also clearly asked about her sexual identity and gave this answer:
“Everything about her felt right. I knew I liked her, I knew I cared about her and that sent me into an identity crisis spiral. I felt the need to label myself, was I gay? was I bi? Was I still straight? was I ever straight? etc. It took me six months to realize those labels were ridiculous. Once I was able to own my true feelings it was all easy and beautiful. I now don’t believe in the labels.” via People
Here’s the new Ghostbusters singing the classic theme song. Suck it, fanboys.
Camp Beaverton needs to raise funds for next year at Burning Man, so they’re selling tanks and T’s that read “I love beaver.” PERFECT.
Teen Vogue lists the coolest queers on the internet, besides you, of course. You were just too obvious!
Ellen DeGeneres is launching a digital network, because she is the new Oprah.
Today in Lesbianish TV:
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Good Morning America (ABC 7 a.m.)
Girl Code marathon (MTV2 9 a.m.)
Saturday Night Live “Bill Hader; Hozier”/”Chris Pratt; Ariana Grande” (Comedy Central 9:18 a.m./10:22 a.m.) (rerun)
Classic Tennis – 1990 Wimbledon Final – Garrison-Jackson vs. Navratilova (ESPN Classic 10 a.m.) (rerun)
Tammy (HBO Comedy 10:05 a.m., 8 p.m.)
The View (ABC 11 a.m.)
This Is Where I Leave You (Cinemax 11 a.m.)
The L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin (Showtime 1:30 p.m.)
Chasing Amy (Showcase 1:30 p.m.)
The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.)
General Hospital (ABC 2 p.m.)
Classic Tennis – 1988 Wimbledon Final – Graf vs. Navratilova (ESPN Classic 2 p.m.) (rerun)
Ellen “The Hospital”/”Ellen: A Hollywood Tribute. Pt. 1” (Laff 3 p.m./3:30 p.m.) (rerun)
Clarence (Cartoon 3 p.m./3:30 p.m.) (rerun)
Classic Tennis – 1987 Wimbledon Final – Graf vs. Navratilova (ESPN Classic 4 p.m.) (rerun)
Person of Interest marathon (WGN America 7 p.m.)
Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC 8 p.m.) – Guests: The cast of Ghostbusters
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.)
Classic Tennis – 1984 Wimbledon Final – Evert vs. Navratilova (ESPN Classic 9 p.m.) (rerun)
Orphan Black “The Redesign of Natural Objects” (BBC America 11 p.m.) (rerun)
Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC 11:35 p.m.) – Guests: The cast of Ghostbusters
Archer marathon (FXX 12 a.m.)
Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS 12:37 a.m.) – Guests: Tegan and Sara
Classic Tennis – 1982 Wimbledon Final – Evert vs. Navratilova (ESPN Classic 1 a.m.) (rerun)
Saturday Night Live “Woody Harrelson; Kendrick Lamar” (Comedy Central 3:10 a.m.) (rerun)
A Family Is a Family (HBO Family 3:40 a.m.)
Hot in Cleveland “Elka’s Choice” (TV Land 4:54 a.m.) (rerun)
Ellen (Laff 5 a.m./5:30 a.m.) (rerun)
Buffy “Becoming, Pt. 1” (Pivot 6 a.m.) (rerun)
Dog Whisperer “Hairy Houdini” (Nat Geo Wild 7 a.m.) (rerun)
White Collar “Withdrawal”/”Need to Know” (Universal HD 8 a.m./9 a.m.) (rerun)
Clarence (Cartoon 8 a.m./8:30 a.m.) (rerun)