Happy Friday! I’m at the Lesbians Who Tech Summit this weekend and hope to see some of you there.
Beyonce continues to slay in every way, and this time, it’s in support of trans kids.
Kristen Stewart is allegedly going to star in a new “deep-sea thriller,” “Underwater.” If you haven’t seen her in “Certain Women” yet, this clip might entice you.
The only upside to things being insane in the world is Rachel Maddow‘s show is doing really, really well. Yay?
You may need this: An Explainer of the Lesbian Drama on This Season of “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue continues their political coverage with Alabama LGBTQ community members speaking out against Jeff Sessions.
So many women are living for Skirt Club. Or they just have a really good publicist. (p.s. I hate that story’s headline.)
Kate McKinnon is going to present at the Oscars on Sunday.
JoJo gave Keke Palmer a lap dance on stage, and it’s maybe NSFW.
At Broadly, the story of two trans women who fell for one another.
Contributors to Pride And Joy: A Guide for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Trans Parents talk with Jewish News.
DJ Tikka Masala, Claire Campbell Mosley, Page Ruth, Patti Harrison, Chloe Caldwell and Barabara Silvosa are some of Elle’s most eligible singles. (Not for long!)
I’m so staying in this Gertrude Stein Suite at the Renwick Hotel. Actually, can I live there?
Out producer Nina Jacobson, Maria Bello and Kimberly Peirce are part of ReFrame, a new effort to support gender parity in film.
Out rapper Princess Nokia had to cut a show short recently after being harassed by a male audience member.
Lena Dunham is matching donations to the Ruth Ellis Center in Detroit, which helps support LGBTQ youth.
Jackie Evancho is cashing in on that favor she paid Donald Trump by playing his inauguration. She’s ready to sit down with him and her transgender sister so they can school him on trans rights.
“Fun Home” is now in Los Angeles and I highly recommend seeing it if you haven’t already or want to see it again and again.
Or you can go see “My Life as a Zucchini” with Ellen Page‘s voice in the animated film.
Bitch talked with “Brown Girls” creator Fatimah Asghar.
Meet the new America Chavez, aka the queer Latina comic book hero you’ve always wanted.
You should care about abortion rights for all of the reasons, but in case you’re on the fence, read this.
Have a fantastic weekend.
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