Happy International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia! Here’s why we need a day like this.
Today in bizarre stories: My lesbian boss fired my boyfriend out of jealousy. An actual quote:
“Do you know the show ‘Orange is the New Black’? The situation with the lesbians? I am in love with you.”
The National Enquirer celebrates Kelly McGillis, 30 years after Top Gun.
Out writes about queer artist Libby Black.
From Cosmo: What it’s really like to be in an open relationship.
A review of Shamim Sarif‘s Despite The Falling Snow notes that “flirtatious Sapphic undertones are given short shrift, pretty much like any other emotion hinted at as the story unfolds.” What I’m saying here is, SAPPHIC UNDERTONES!
Gizmodo talks with Kim & Kim comic creator Magdalene Visaggio where she clarifies:
“Both Kims are queer—Kim D is bisexual. Just wanted to get that out there!”
Threadless has some new Pride-themed gear, just in time for summer.
The Hollywood Reporter goes close up with Sarah Paulson.
Code Black has been renewed for a second season.
Here’s who won GLAAD Media Awards this year.
V Magazine talked with Clea DuVall about her directorial debut, The Intervention. On Natasha Lyonne playing her on-screen boo again:
“She and I have such a rich history and so much intimacy in our friendship that it really lent itself to be able to play girlfriends in a way that felt authentic. All the characters are different versions of me: different phases that I’ve gone through and stages of different roles that I’ve played in relationships.”
via V magazine
Here’s another glimpse at Clea and the film.