Morning Brew – New super queer details emerge about “Jessica Jones”


Good morning! Did you come out yesterday? You are part of this rad group right here.

The New York City Fire Department celebrate their LGBT workers in this It Gets Better video, and it’s pretty damn amazing.

Most people are coming out online first before they do it IRL.

Lea Seydoux said she thinks Blue is the Warmest is “without a doubt” a male fantasy.

“It’s bound to be if a man makes a film about two women. But it’s a film that has its own truth, its own power.”

Aren’t most films, then, male fantasies?

A brief history on the waves of feminism and how lesbians fit in.

Jessica Jones debuted at New York Comic Con this weekend, where viewers met Carrie Ann Moss‘s lesbian character, Jeri Hogarth, a character based on Marvel’s Jeryn Hogarth. And not only does she have a female partner, but she’s also cheating on her with another woman she works with at the Rand corporation. (DRAMA!!!!) It also seems that the show’s protagonist (played by Krysten Ritter) might not be 100 percent straight herself. Basically, best news ever.

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One year ago, Delany Lemke came out on the cover of her university newspaper. This week, Central Michigan Life checked in with her to see where’s at, and she’s doing awesome.

Trans writer Alex Meyers writes about the inspiration for his novel, Revolutionary, which is based on a woman who was a an army officer who preferred to dress in male military garb.

Mombian founder Dana Rudolph writes about coming out as a lesbian mom

Alanna Masterson shares her audition memories from The Walking Dead.

Alison Bechdel spoke about her career with The Seattle Times.

Liz Feldman says her new CBS comedy Hello Again will have a gaggle of lesbian characters.

A former Scientologist shares how she was persecuted for being gay within the church.

St. Vincent was working as a waitress for her family restaurant this weekend in Dallas.

This rad site has 100 black LGBT leaders to watch.

Sasha Pieterse says Alison has forgiven Charlotte in Season 6 of Pretty Little Liars.

“Charlotte’s gotten a lot better, that’s kind of how we open. I’m asking the girls to basically come back and approve of Charlotte’s trial to be let out as a normal citizen, which is hard, obviously, it brings a lot of turmoil back. It’s interesting to see how all the girls handle each other again because they’re all totally different people now, and this is really their first time coming together again. So it’s surreal and it’s dark and it’s twisted and it’s hard to deal with.”

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Kitty Genovese‘s brother is part of The Witness, a new film about the tragic murder of Kitty, a lesbian, and what might have really happened that night when her neighbors ignored her screams. 

Steven Goldstein has a few issues with how Steve Carell played him in Freeheld.

At Cosmo, 11 Lies Pop Culture Tells You About Lesbians.

Raven-Symone is in hot water (again) after saying she would not hire people with non-traditional names. She responded to the uproar on Facebook yesterday, writing that her comments were “in poor taste.”

Yale News chats with associate professor and author Karen Nakamura about her interest in researching disability rights and how it was partly inspired by her being gay.

Ellen Page doesn’t agree with Matt Damon that gay actors should keep their sexual identities a mystery.

A young black queer woman at Mills College is part of Refinery29’s new college series.

Today in Lesbianish TV:  

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Good Morning America (ABC 7 a.m.)

La La’s Full Court Life marathon (VH1 7 a.m.)

House Hunters Renovation “A Couple Rides the Renovation Wave in Southern California” (HGTV 9 a.m.) (rerun)

Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (Food Network 10:30 a.m.) (rerun)

The View (ABC 11 a.m.)

Ellen (Laff 11 a.m./11:30 a.m.) (rerun)

Bessie (HBO2 11:30 a.m.)

The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.) – Guest: Shay Mitchell

Survivor’s Remorse “The Date” (Starz In Black 2:15 p.m., 10 p.m.)

Ellen “When Ellen Talks, People Listen”/”Vows” (Laff 4 p.m./4:30 p.m.) (rerun)

Say Yes to the Dress “If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It” (TLC 5 p.m.) (rerun)

Tiny House Hunting “Tiny Retreat in Coastal Maine” (FYI 7:30 p.m.) (rerun)

The Great British Baking Show “Sweet Dough” (PBS)

Home Fires (PBS)

Gotham “Rise of the Villains: Strike Force” (Fox 8 p.m.)

The Best Thing I Ever Ate “Better Than Mine”/”Las Vegas” (Cooking Channel 8 p.m./8:30 p.m.) (rerun)

The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.)

Jane the Virgin “Chapter Twenty-Three” (CW 9 p.m.)

Black Ink Crew “Ain’t No Party Like a Black Ink Party” (VH1 9 p.m.)

Doll & Em (HBO2 9 p.m.)

Faking It “Prom Scare” (MTV 9:31 p.m.)

Cutthroat Kitchen “Sabootage 2: Electric Boo-Galoo” (Food Network 10 p.m.) (rerun)

Tammy (HBO2 10:30 p.m.)

Queer As Folk (Showcase 11 p.m./12 a.m.) (rerun)

Archer (FXX 1 a.m./1:30 a.m.) (rerun)

Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell “Boston Bay Battle” (Food Network 4 a.m.) (rerun)

Friday Night Lights “Toilet Bowl” (Pivot 4 a.m.) (rerun)

Buffy “Nightmares” (Pivot 6 a.m.) (rerun)

Dog Whisperer “Rescue Rufus!” (Nat Geo Wild 7 a.m.) (rerun)

The People’s Couch (Bravo 8 a.m.) (rerun)

(Thanks Roni!)

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