Morning Brew – Cara Delevingne and Annie Clark are London Fashion Week’s it couple


Good morning! Today kicks off Bisexual Awareness Week, and there are tons of events happening nationwide, including the Bi+ Community Health and Wellness Festival in D.C. tomorrow and the LA Bi Arts Fest on Wednesday. We’ll also be participating with some special bi-focused coverage throughout the week.


Speaking of bi gals, Evan Rachel Wood is out and proud and demands respect.

Cara Delevingne and Annie Clark are just the cutest at London Fashion Week.

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Julianne Moore and Ellen Page are so cute talking about their learning to two-step in Freeheld.

WBEZ talked with Michelle Citron about her documentary The Leftovers, which chronicles a pre-Stonewall lesbian couple who photographed their life together for 50 years in Chicago.

You can bid on VIP tickets to The Ellen Show, a chair designed by Tasya van Ree or an Orange is the New Black prize pack and benefit the LA LGBT Center.

Beth Ditto rocked the runaway as part of Marc Jacobs’ show at NYFW.


In her new memoir, Sue Perkins shares that a brain tumor left her unable to have children, and how her doctor relayed that since she was a lesbian, it “didn’t matter.” The Sunday Times has an excerpt.

The Lesbian Filmmakers at Yale Series is a thing!

A woman who adopted her children with her ex in Georgia has not been granted the same rights in Alabama because it’s “not allowed.” From AP: “The woman in 2007 adopted the three children that her female partner gave birth to during their 16-year relationship. However, Alabama’s high court overturned an Alabama family court decision that recognized the Georgia adoption and granted the woman, who now lives in Alabama, visitation rights.” So, again, we still have a lot of work to do.

Who doesn’t love a woman in uniform? 4.6 percent of all active duty members identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual in 2014.

Playwright Paula Vogel discusses her new lesbian-themed play, The God of Vengeance, with Playbill. Set in 1907 Poland, the show “tells the story of a Jewish brothel owner and his family and features a lesbian relationship between his 17-year-old daughter and a prostitute.”

A young woman and her mother were attacked while eating dinner in New York last week. Tiffany Santiago says they were mistaken for a lesbian couple and three drunk people shouted homophobic slurs at them before getting physical. 

The creators of Dhee, Bangladesh’s new lesbian comic series, answers some questions, like why a lesbian and not a gay male character?

“It’s very simple. The BOB movement in so far has been dominated by gay men, given the patriarchal nature of our society. Lesbians are doubly marginalised here. So it is important that the lesbian community is acknowledged. Moreover, female sexuality is, in our society, more stigmatised and a bigger taboo. Dhee does not talk only about sexual orientation but also gender discrimination, menstruation, female masturbation, love, sex, relationships and a plethora of other social issues. Our main aim was to convey the message of intersectionality of all these issues.”

Science is looking to cut out the middle man when it comes to sperm donors.

Stonewall could be (and should be!) a recognized national historical monument. U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is part of an official campaign, kicking off in front of the legendary NY bar today.

Face Off‘s out contestant Nora Hewitt is killing it on Season 9.


How many of these types of women have you dated?

Today in Lesbianish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show Good Morning America (ABC 7 a.m.) White Collar marathon (Universal HD 9 a.m.) The View (ABC 11 a.m.) Ellen (Laff 11 a.m./11:30 a.m.) (rerun) This Is Where I Leave You (HBO Zone 11:20 a.m., 9 p.m.) Grey’s Anatomy marathon (Lifetime 1 p.m.) How I Met Your Mother “How Your Mother Met Me” (FX 1 p.m.) (rerun) The L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin (Showtime2 1:05 p.m.) Best in Show (HBO Signature 1:15 p.m.) The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.) Sex and the City “Bay of Married Pigs” (E! 2 p.m.) (rerun) Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (Food Network 2 p.m.) (rerun) Survivor’s Remorse “One-Love” (Starz In Black 3 p.m., 10 p.m.) Ellen (Laff 4 p.m./4:30 p.m.) (rerun) Nick Cannon Presents Wild ‘N Out marathon (MTV2 4:15 p.m.) Say Yes to the Dress “What’s My Style” (TLC 4:30 p.m.) (rerun) New Girl “Mars Landing” (MTV 5:30 p.m.) (rerun) Masters of Sex “Party of Four” (Showtime 7 p.m., 9 p.m., 11 p.m.) Person of Interest “Most Likely To…”/”Death Benefit” (WGN America 7 p.m./8 p.m.) (rerun) The Great British Baking Show “Desserts” (PBS) 36 Hours “Boston Pride” (Travel 8 p.m.) Gotham “Rise of the Villains: Damned If You Do…” (Fox 8 p.m.) Fashion Police “The 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards” (E! 8 p.m.) – With Margaret Cho Ray Donovan “Poker” (Showtime 8 p.m., 10 p.m., 12 a.m.) Bessie (HBO Signature 8 p.m.) Boston Legal “It Girls and Beyond” (Ovation 8 p.m.) (rerun) The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.) Chasing Life “Ready or Not” (ABC Family 9 p.m.) Black Ink Crew “We Want Pre-nup” (VH1 9 p.m.) Doll & Em (HBO2 9:30 p.m.) Faking It “Saturday Fight Live” (MTV 9:31 p.m.) Archer (Comedy Central 10 p.m./10:30 p.m.) (rerun) Big Brother: After Dark (Pop 11 p.m.) Queer As Folk (Showcase 11:05 p.m./12 a.m.) (rerun) Friends “The One Where Old Yeller Dies” (Nick 12:12 a.m.) (rerun) Tig Notaro: Boyish Girl Interrupted (HBO Zone 1:05 a.m.) Jack & Diane (Showtime Beyond 2:55 a.m.) Wanda Sykes: I’ma Be Me (HBO Signature 3:05 a.m.) Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell “Punk Rock Gastrobrewery” (Food Network 4 a.m.) (rerun) Later… with Jools Holland (Palladia 5 a.m.) – the xx perform (rerun) Buffy “Lies My Parents Told Me” (Pivot 6 a.m.) (rerun) Rules of Engagement “Catering” (TBS 6 a.m.) (rerun) Buffy “Fear, Itself” (ABC Family 7 a.m.) (rerun) Margaret Cho: Cho Dependent (Logo 7 a.m.) Why We Laugh: Funny Women (TMC 7:50 a.m.) Stone Age “Donkey Bench” (DIY 8 a.m.) (rerun) (Thanks Roni!)

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