Live from Lombard is the lesbian webcomic you’ve been looking for.
Happy Friday! Since this week has really thrown me under a bus, and it’s almost Halloween, instead of a full post today, you get a treat.
If you haven’t come across Live from Lombard yet…you’re welcome.
Forget Game of Thrones. Jill Soloway’s Transparent is TV in its absolute highest form.
There is this moment in the second episode of Transparent…and this is the moment I fell totally and completely head-over-heels in love with the show: when we see Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) come out to someone in her family for the first time. She’s just returned home in a kaftan and make-up and startles her
Evan Rachel Wood and Kate Moenig’s fledgling relationship leads the weekly links.
Evan Rachel Wood and Kate Moenig might be dating. We’ll just say they are. Celebrities aren’t real people with personal lives or anything, are they?
Archie Punjabi is leaving The Good Wife to possibly star in her own series on Fox next year. I’ll
Are queer people different than everybody else?
Recently I was on a second date with a woman and I mentioned a wedding I would be attending soon. “I don’t know the brides well, but it should be fun,” I said.
“Oh,” she said, “so it’s a GAY wedding?”
I laughed. “Yeah. I mean, it’s a wedding. Weddings are weddings.” I was half-joking.
Three days later we were texting when she sent a follow-up question that must have been bugging her the whole weekend. “When you said what you said about that wedding…was that an attempt to have LGBT people blend in with straight people?” she asked.
What can the self-proclaimed “Voice of our Generation” teach us about sex and consent?
My roommate and I watched parts of the first season of Girls with our mouths hanging open and our heads cocked to one side. Sometimes it seemed to cut into the deep truth of coming of age as a millennial in America, and sometimes it seemed to be no more than a collection of awkward sexual encounters (TBD if