Morning Brew – Guinevere Turner and Rosie Pierri date on “Millionaire Matchmaker”

How is it Friday already? I’m not complaining, it just feels crazy!

Did you watch Millionaire Matchmaker last night? I about died when I saw that out director/actor/writer Guinevere Turner was set up with The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Rosie Pierri. Rosie picked Guin out of a handful of carefully selected women for her choosing.

Patti Stanger, aka the Matchmaker, was otherwise really terrible about insulting the women who were brought in for Rosie. She’s also the only person in the universe using the term “lipstick lesbian.”

Slate gets to the bottom of a mystery we’ve all been wondering about: What’s with lesbians and Subarus?

If you’re in the Dallas area, check out this rad exhibit from Carolyn Sherer, Living in Limbo: Lesbian Families in the Deep South. It’s at the African American Museum now through February.

A lesbian writes about why she doesn’t date bisexuals for The Spectator. Don’t shoot the messenger.

Sally Kohn writes about coming out to her parents for MORE magazine.

Germany’s new Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks is the country’s first ever out lesbian cabinet member. Go Babs!

UK drama Mr. Selfridge has Frances O’Connor playing Rose, a woman who leaves her cheating husband (Jeremy Piven) for another woman named Delphine, which we all know means she’s sexy as hell. Delphine is played by Polly Walker. Mr. Selfridge (Piven) tries to win his wife back. Let’s hope that’s a no go. Season 2 premieres on ITV on January 6. American viewers will be able to watch when it comes to PBS later this year.


Blue is the Warmest Color director Abdellatif Kechiche dissed the very graphic novel his film came from in a new interview with Time Out Hong Kong. He said of the book:

“I found the comic was a bit counterproductive. It was specifically set as an LGBT book, with a specific idea of what reaction it wanted to spark. It kind of lost its effect that way. I want people who watch the film not to have in mind all the time that it’s about love between two girls but rather just love itself.”

They were two very different ways of presenting similar characters in a story, but I have to say I enjoyed them both. has “13 Things Not to Say to Your Lesbian Friend.” If any one of my “friends” ever said “But you’re so pretty!” to me, I’d be like “Girl, bye.”

BrainPickings has a rad print of Edie Windsor‘s recounted phone call with President Obama after winning her case against DOMA.

edie has a great new ad about brave women that has Edie and Diana Nyad, too!

Caitlin Cahow penned a column about going to Sochi for USA Today.

Today in Lesbianish TV: *The Ellen DeGeneres Show, *The Queen Latifah ShowImagine Me & You (TMAX 10:40 a.m.), *Couples Therapy “Therapy Begins” (VH1 11:30 a.m., 4 p.m., 11 p.m.), *Degrassi (TeenNick 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m.), *The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), *Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (Food Network 2 p.m.), *The Bold Ones: The New Doctors “A Very Strange Triangle” (Cozi TV 4 p.m.), *The Millionaire Matchmaker “The Late Bloomer and the Gay Hugh Hefner” (Bravo 4:30 p.m.), *The Good Wife marathon (Hallmark 6 p.m.), *Reba “Van’s Agent” (CMT 6:30 p.m.), Jane Velez-Mitchell (HLN 7 p.m.), *Real Husbands of Hollywood “Fund Raising Hell” (BET 7:30 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), *Friday Night Lights “East of Dillon” (Pivot 10 p.m.), *Heroes “Hysterical Blindness” (G4 10 p.m.), Dracula “Servant to Two Masters” (NBC 10:01 p.m.), *Friends “The One with the Metaphorical Tunnel” (Nick 12:39 a.m.) (Thanks Roni!)

*Denotes rerun