Good morning! Happy Friday!
Ellen DeGeneres continues to throw shade at the supposed lesbian couple in Finding Dory by hating on the dykey looking one’s haircut.
“I was really disappointed in myself because I know lesbians, and I spot them pretty easily. I was like ‘Damn, I didn’t see the lesbian! What’s wrong with me?” But it was just a woman with a bad short haircut, so that’s all it was.”
The New Yorker celebrates Cubbyhole, which can never shut down, ever, thanks.
Season 6 of American Horror Story is already creepy AF.
LGBT teen Mormons are committing suicide and the church says it’s the weather’s fault.
Marnie Simpson is “keeping her options open.”
Rotterdam is a new play about a queer couple that has one of the women coming out to her parents while the other announces their transition.
Tammy Baldwin would love an out President, as long as it’s not her.
We all do as a society, but don’t look at me. This is an extraordinary honor, and I feel very humble to get to represent the state of Wisconsin as one of their two senators. One of my aspirations is becoming the senior senator. We’re trying to get Russ Feingold elected to the U.S. Senate in Wisconsin, which would make me the senior senator. I feel very fortunate to do what I do.
Lesbian love addiction is a real thing.
Bex Taylor-Klaus reveals who she ships from Scream.
Tallulah, starring Ellen Page and Allison Janney, is available on Netflix today.
Abby Wambach has taken up fencing.
Speaking of the USWNT, a new docuseries called Keeping Score will “give viewers an intimate portrait” of three players: Hope Solo, Crystal Dunn and Megan Rapinoe (!!!). It’ll premiere August 3 on Fullscreen and go-in-depth with the women on and off the field. Via Deadline:
Viewers learn about their upbringings, relationships and personal sacrifices — and their quest for equal pay. The women share how they’ve worked to achieve their dreams and their efforts against the challenging double standards they face as they advance professionally.
MTV remembers Dazzler, “Marvel’s disco-inspired rollerskating superheroine.”
The Get Suited competition has selected their winners, and they are all super worthy. Here’s an interview with Brennen, who is genderqueer and may look familiar, as they were featured on MTV’s True Life.
Today in Lesbianish TV:
Steven Universe (Cartoon 12 p.m.)
Steven Universe “Greg the Babysitter; Alone at Sea” (Cartoon 7 p.m.)
Archer marathon (FXX 12 a.m.)