Morning Brew – Tuesday, January 18: Kate Moss and Lea T lock lips for “Love,” women all over each other in Mona’s new video


Good morning!

The spring issue of Love magazine is all about androgyny, and this is the cover.

That’s Kate Moss kissing transgender model Lea T. Apparently there will be a second cover featuring Justin Bieber, which means that you can select which one to buy come Feb. 7. spoke with Jamie Lauren about being axed from Top Chef All Stars, and asked if she had any regrets.

I do wish I had been portrayed a little differently. I’m, I think, a better chef now. It’s unfortunate that wasn’t shown. I have some regrets, but life goes on. You learn from it.

Jamie was right when she Tweeted that she was getting the “a–hole” edit this season, but I’m pretty sure her fans will stick by her, bum thumb and all.

Did you watch Skins last night? Of course you did. Here’s a preview for next week’s episode, all about Tea.


If you like funny and free things, you’ll love this!

And if you don’t live in LA, then it’s free to stay at home.

Nikki Blonsky is starring in Love, Loss and What I Wore on Broadway, and one of the characters she plays is a lesbian. She told GlobalGrind:

I’m very proud to be playing a character who is a lesbian on stage, and exchanging vows. That is something that I hope that more states pick up, legalize marriage-gay marriage, and get the ball rolling. It’s enough people. Let people who love people get married. Whether it’s two guys, two girls, girl on guy, it doesn’t matter if you love someone and you’re being loved, please let them get married. On stage to tonight, as a straight woman, and playing a gay character I’m excited to say ‘hey, gays are here!’ I’m completely sticking up for and 100% behind the gay community. I’m out here fighting for gay rights, my best friend is gay, my cousin is gay, and I want them to have the exact same rights as I do.

Nikki, we love to have you represent us on stage. Keep it up and you just may become an honorary lesbian, like Jennifer Beals.

Out director Kimberly Peirce is on the Sundance dramatic jury this year, which means she gets to vote which films are best in competition. Always good to have one of us on the inside!

UK band Mona have several scantily-clad women rubbing on each other in their their video for “Teenager.” Enjoy!


White Collar returns tonight on USA, with Marsha Thomason as lesbian detective Diana Lancing.

Elsewhere in lesbian TV today: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (check local listings), But I’m a Cheerleader (Flix 1:30 p.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), Quads With 2 Moms (Fit TV 7 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m. and midnight) and The Good Wife (CBS 10 p.m.) (Thanks Roni!)


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