Afternoon Delight: Lena Dunham gets sexy for “Rolling Stone,” Ellen joins “Finding Nemo 2”

Good afternoon and Happy Valentine’s Day to all of you who celebrate!

Check out Tegan and Sara‘s Valentine’s Day special interviews with Kate Moennig, Ione Skye and Cory Monteith.

Lady Gaga has officially canceled the remaining shows on her Born This Way Ball Tour. In a statement on her website, her reps explained, “Lady Gaga has a labral tear of the right hip caused by strenuous repetitive movements in her performances. She will need surgery to repair the problem, followed by strict down time to recover. This unfortunately, will force her to cancel the tour, so she can heal. Refunds for the cancelled performances will be available at point of purchase starting Feb 14, 2013.”

Lena Dunham and her erect tongue are on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. She’s my kinda lady!

Ellen DeGeneres will be reprising her role as Dory for Finding Nemo 2. Nemo needs a tracking device.

Some of my favorite comics are in this #nitTWITS video, "Wreck League." Together, Amber Tozer, Shelagh Ratner, Jackie Monahan and Erin Foley and the rest of the cast make team sports look terrifying.

Out model Kim Stolz attended the Reality of Fashion, the Reality of AIDS fall 2013 fashion show in New York City.

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Get ready for the sci-fi series Orphan Black premiering March 30 on BBC America.

Wanda Sykes makes a cameo in the music documentary Skum Rocks!

On Thursday, June 6 Hunter Valentine will be performing during Girl Pride at Talbott Street (2145 N. Talbott Street) Indianapolis, IN.

Los Angeles-based out writer Jill Kushner might be heading back east.

It’s time again for the annual Her HRC events that happen in cities all over the U.S. Her HRC gathers women to both celebrate and build a greater sense of community while learning about the importance of engaging in the LGBT civil rights movement. This program expands and diversifies HRC’s membership through events hosted across the country towards the beginning of each calendar year. From live performances to comedy to film screenings to everything in between, each market’s unique programming is tailored to their community. Attended by over 5,000 women annually, and tickets are kept at a reasonable price to encourage attendance. For details on the Her HRC celebration in your city, check out the Her HRC events page.

On Saturday, February 16 Vickie Shaw will be performing in Fort Myers.

Tweet of the Day!

Today’s tweet comes from lesbian comedian Jackie Monahan.