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Ivan Coyote wrote a tribute to Leslie Feinberg and how the writer was their first hero.
A bisexual woman’s murder was featured on Lifetime’s I Killed My BFF this week. You can watch it on mylifetime.com.
Glee‘s final season will have a two hour premiere on Friday, January 6. Fox moved the show to Fridays for its last year, and the final two hour finale will air March 20.
Meanwhile, a new comedy series called Weird Loners will premiere in March, and has a lesbian writer on staff (Rebecca Drysdale) and a bisexual character as part of the main cast (Zara, played by Meera Rohit Kumbhani). There’s also a very lesbian-themed episode that I was able to go on set for and it was super fun, so I suggest paying attention to this show.
Sleater-Kinney talked about their new album, No Cities to Love with NPR’s All Songs Considered.
Chely Wright has voiced her support for country artist Billy Gilman‘s coming out.
Michelle Rodriguez says she she’s taking a year off of acting to “recover” and write.
“This year has been too much and I need some time out. I’ve been working hard and now I want time off. That’s what I do. Work hard, play hard. I don’t think that’s much to ask or want. I don’t have anything in the pipeline at the moment. I’m free. I had so much heartbreak last year that I am taking a year off to do something different, like write. I don’t know what yet — maybe movie scripts or TV shows but something creative as that’s my passion. I’ve wanted to do it for a while and now would be great. Hopefully in a couple of years it will pay off and you’ll see my work on the big screen or the TV. That would be f***ing awesome man. How cool would it be? Hopefully I will see the results and my career will progress in a different way.”
Have a great weekend!