Lez Dish It Out! The AfterEllen Les/Bi News Roundup

The Indigo Girls are in celebration mode!

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have been making music together for decades, and their first full length album 1987 was released 30 years ago! Saliers gave a nod to the album via Instagram for your viewing pleasure.

Emily released a solo album this year, which she’s been touring on, but the duo revealed that they are indeed working on new music together. So stay tuned, and put 1987 on repeat in the meantime.

In keeping up with the continuous outpour of sexual assault reveals flooding through Hollywood in light of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, let’s give a quick nod to Tig Notaro.

It turns out “that” episode ( of the second season of One Mississippi  is about Louis CK, who has been accused of sexual misconduct related to masturbation in front of his coworkers. The New York Times quotes Tig Notaro saying,

Sadly, I’ve come to learn that Louis C.K.’s victims are not only real, but many are actual friends of mine within the comedy community.

Notaro learned of his treatment of women after the rights to One Mississippi was sold to Amazon under the executive production of CK. Dave Itzkoff of The New York Times tweeted the following:

Our support goes out to the women who are standing up against this disgusting abuse of power within this community of power hungry, abusive men.

Let’s bring this party back around to some good news before we send you off for a fabulous, lady loving weekend.

Tegan and Sara have released a new music video!

The “Nineteen” cover by Hayley Williams of Paramore has an official animated video that was both directed and animated by Kristine Thune.

You can watch the video here:

I’ll be watching this on repeat during my car ride to Washington D.C. to see The Con X tour this weekend!

I bid you adieu with this hilariously retro throwback picture Leisha Hailey posted last week on her IG. I missed it in last week’s Dish, but it’s worth revisiting every single day.