Good morning and happy Wednesday! We’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving tomorrow so no new content, but make sure to come by Friday for our annual Gift Guide for the Gay Woman.
They met on Tinder, and now they are a match in a different way. Best. Girlfriend. Ever. And now you can never break up!
Dying for more Carol? The Guardian has a new video interview with Cate Blanchett. Speaking of, the film has been nominated for several Independent Spirit Awards including Best Feature, Best Director, Best Female Lead (both Cate and Rooney Mara!), Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography.
“I’m just so happy for the both of us!”
The Dublin Inquirer celebrates the lesbians who fought in the Easter Rising of 1916.
Jennifer Grey plays a bisexual character in Amazon’s Red Oaks (though usually the topic is reserved for jokes), and she thinks there’s a tie between her character, Judy, and her famous role as Baby in Dirty Dancing:
“What’s really interesting is the person who was cast as Baby is the same person who has been cast as Judy Meyers in Red Oaks. I am the constant in both characters, and sexuality plays a key part in that movie and this show. I think sexuality is such an enormous part of a healthy life. … I feel myself very straight… there’s enough bisexuality in me but I wouldn’t say that I am because I know this is the press and I have to be very careful. But I think sexual energy is like water and it finds its way to where it has to go. I’m with my husband, happily, but the idea of labelling – bisexual, heterosexual – we know there are at least 31 flavours of sexuality.”
Rosie O’Donnell is on Empire tonight, and here’s a look at how she know Cookie.
Meanwhile, The Daily Beast says sexual fluidity isn’t that fluid, based on one researcher’s findings.
Both the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles will have Catherine Opie exhibitions come January.
Catherine (R) with partner Julie Burleighphoto by David Livingston/Getty Images
Slate’s June Thomas writes about the lesbian divorce plotline of Jessica Jones. It also gives me an excuse to use this gif.
If you want to know how the show connects to the original Marvel comics, Vulture has some background.
What’s it like to be a lesbian couple living in Poland? Between the Blocks tells one couple’s story.
Someone lesbianized Adele‘s “Hello” and we’re OK with it!
The internet is just now catching on to the lost lesbian love story of Love Actually that we first told you about in 2011.
Melissa Etheridge wants you to be the change you hope to see in the world.
Today in Lesbianish TV:
Sex and the City “The Cheating Curve” (E! 4:30 p.m.) (rerun)
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.)
The People’s Couch (Bravo 3 a.m.)
Frida (Starz Cinema 3 a.m.)