Best. Lesbian. Week. Ever. (March 9, 2007)



A reader alerted me to Jayne Doe (that’s “Jayne” with a “y”), an up-and-coming rock band out of Oklahoma featuring two lesbians (and a guy). Here’s a photo of the trio (that’s Kendra on the left, Kelli on the right):

Jayne Doe

What’s better than cute lesbian rock stars? Cute lesbian rock stars who are dating each other! That’s right: Kendra and Kelli have been dating for two years, and (naturally, because they’re lesbians) they live together. Check out their music at


Famous Hong Kong directors Wong Kar-Wai and Stanley Kwan have teamed up to make a new lesbian movie with a stunning new plot: Two high school girls develop a mutual attraction to one another while, at the same time, one of them is falling for a guy.

What a fantastic idea! What a bold choice! It’s great to see such new territory explored on film. I mean, some people might say it sounds exactly like Lost and Delirious. And pretty similar to Higher Learning. And Personal Best, Prey for Rock & Roll and Head in the Clouds. Kissing Jessica Stein, even. But really, it’s completely different. I mean, for one thing, it stars Ke Jiayan, who was not in any of the other movies. For another, I bet it doesn’t involve a lengthy discussion of the word “marinate.” See how different it is?

In more groundbreaking movie plot news, the upcoming big-screen comedy Sunshine Cleaning about two sisters who run a crime scene cleanup outfit co-stars Emily Blunt (The Devil Wears Prada) as one of the sisters who becomes sexually obsessed with and stalks 24‘s Mary Lynn Rajskub, who plays a blood bank technician.

This isn’t Blunt’s first experience with the love that dare not speak its name: She played Nathalie Press’ girlfriend in My Summer of Love, and photographers recently captured her trying to hold Prada co-star Anne Hathaway’s hand at the Oscars:

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