The Dish: Demi Moore And Zoe Kravitz Have a Threesome in “Rough Night,” “Sesame Street” Spoofs “OITNB”

More like “amazing night.”

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Great news: Zoe Kravitz totally hooks up with a woman in “Rough Night.” Specifically, director Lucia Aniello says Zoe has a threesome with Demi Moore and Ty Burell. “They went for it,” she said. “Demi’s going down on her and she’s like, ‘I think we need to dig out some of the sand here so I can have this angle.’ She’s at least a little bit making fun of the kinds of things she’s done in the past, which she totally got and was so down for.” Just a reminder the film opens June 16!

Out singer/actress Hayley Kiyoko is so much happier being queer AF in her music, and so are fans. If you haven’t seen her videos, start with “Sleepover” and work your way back.

You know who else was queer AF in their music? Ma Rainey, before it was cool.

Out musician LP shares her favorite totally lez moments, and of course, the success of “The L Word” is one.

Loving the term “Promboyish,” and here for the pink suit. (Oh, to be young again, and to go to prom with a girl.)

L.A. has a long history of LGBTQ publications, including “The Lesbian Tide,” which “started as the newsletter of the Los Angeles chapter of the Daughters of Bilitis. was transformed by Jeanne Cordova into a feminists’ lesbian women’s magazine.” Rest in power, Jeanne!

Shout out to this Shape writer who is a queer femme and loves her body. “This sense of who I am has continued to grow as I’ve entered adulthood, despite the fact that being tall, much like being queer, hasn’t necessarily become easier as I’ve gotten older,” she writes.” “It’s just become…different. I sometimes feel too visible, or not visible at all, but I no longer feel an urge to hide my height or my queerness. I still seek comfort in wearing clothes that make me feel the good kind of different. I wear crop tops and brightly colored lipsticks and torn tights and boots with a heel. (Why not emphasize my height if I can’t make it go away?)” GIRL, ARE YOU ME?

The Trump era may signal the end of gay rights. But maybe it will also mean that all minorities come together and show the fuck up for each other, and demand more than marriage.

Kristen Stewart is not into guns. The out actress showed up for a Stand Up Against Gun Violence event in LA last night, saying, “I was infatuated with a few classic Americana images that were a little skewed and maybe not as beautiful or as comforting as they might seem on the surface. One of them involved the shattering of the idea that it’s cool to play with toy guns and little kids grow up thinking that’s going to protect and empower them. We kind of take that idea and go, ‘Actually this is something else that could happen,’ and that needs to be considered by people who might not think about that kind of thing.”

“Sesame Street” spoofed “Orange is the New Black” and it’s kind of hilarious.

Wives and comics creators Amanda and Cat Staggs worked together on a new project, “Love is Love,” and they are definitely #goals. (You may recognize them from a Target commercial, too.)

Photo by IDW

It’s my duty to let you know that Fifth Harmony has a new video, and your fave bisexual member Lauren Jauregui slays.

Teen Vogue details how pop culture often misses the mark on trans representation. (Mostly, they hated “Three Generations.”)

Sia enlisted Julianne Moore and Zoe Saldana for a new HIV-themed video, “Free Me.” It’s powerful.

Out lesbian Andrea Constand was in court yesterday, answering questions about her correspondence with Bill Cosby before and after his alleged sexual assault. The two, Constand said, were friends until he allegedly drugged her and assaulted her while she was unconscious.

Catch ya later!