Rosie O’Donnell appears as Allison Janney‘s jilted ex, Jeanine, on tonight’s episode of Mom. It’s predictable with a few eye-roll worthy jokes but not completely offensive. Check out a few clips to hear about the “gay things.”
A woman on trial for assaulting a young boy she was in care of claims she could not have done it because she’s a lesbian. Sadly, those things aren’t mutually exclusive.
Carol will be available for digital download on March 4, 2016 from Starz Digital before heading to Blu-ray™ ($34.99.) and DVD ($29.98) from Anchor Bay Entertainment and On Demand March 15.
You still have three days to go see Stone Tape Party, a fun lesbian-themed play in DC.
Keira Knightley could be playing another bisexual role in a biopic about Sapphic French writer Colette.
Out actress Emily Rios has won the lead role in A&E’s new hip-hop crime drama The Infamous. Emily will play “Alice Calderon, a tough, rookie LA police officer, who grew up in the streets of South Central, LA, in the neighborhood that she patrols. She has to balance the tough situation of policing a community she grew up in, and deal with the ramifications, and the attitudes and tactics of the police force she works for.” Nina Jacobson is producing.
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Ryan Murphy has launched a foundation to help ensure diversity is happening in Hollywood. Ali Adler and the aforementioned Nina Jacobson, both out lesbians, are on board to help with outreach.
Monica Raymund is raising the funds to shoot Daddy Issues, a film about human sex trafficking with the Hidden Tears Project.
Nisha Ganatra‘s new pilot You Me Her will premiere at SXSW in March. Described as “television’s first polyromantic comedy,” the show follows “real romance with real stakes involving three real people,” two of which are women.
Serayah is back on the set of Empire, which hopefully bodes well for more Tiana.
Carrie Brownstein, Miranda July, Natasha Lyonne and designer Carol Lim came out to support Sean Baker‘s new film Snowbird.
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Miley Cyrus is a guest judge on The Voice this season.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) February 3, 2016
Lily-Rose Depp about her perceived “coming out” last year.
“That was really misconstrued, that whole thing. A lot of people took it as me coming out, but that’s not what I was trying to do. I was literally doing it just to say that you don’t have to label your sexuality; so many kids these days are not labeling their sexuality and I think that’s so cool, because you could think you like one thing…just like food, you could think peanut butter is your favorite food for, like, 5,000 years and then be like, ‘I actually like burgers better,’ you know? I was just trying to say that kids and people in general don’t have to label themselves and say, ‘I’m straight’ or ‘I’m gay’ or ‘I’m whatever.’ If you like something one day then you do, and if you like something else the other day, it’s whatever. You don’t have to label yourself, because it’s not set in stone. It’s so fluid and there’s so much pressure on kids to label themselves and say ‘This is what I am, this is what I like.’ I was just trying to say that it’s unnecessary; you don’t need to label yourself. I guess it came off the wrong way, because then everyone labeled me as gay. That’s not what I was trying to say. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course! But I did that literally just to say you don’t have to label yourself, and then everyone was like, ‘Lily Rose Depp comes out as gay!'”
Today in Lesbianish TV:
Ellen “Social Climber”/”Roommates” (Laff 5 a.m./6 a.m.) (rerun)