Julia Rothman for BuzzFeed News. So I decide to wake the place up a little. The second dinner session has just let out, and the Rendezvous Lounge which is as tacky as it sounds is overflowing with lesbians.
Okay, fine. Their channels are about makeup, parenting, television, coming out, mental health, politics, fashion, music, you name it. And week after week, year after year, they create content centering their queer experiences for millions of viewers.
I love Bravo. For years I have watched quality programming that has been geared toward me and the rest of the LGBT community. Watching Tabatha Coffey take over salons and bring unsuspecting business owners to tears makes me swoon, and pretty much anything that Rachel Zoe does basically cries, "Gays!
It often feels that way, especially when drag queens talk about the strong women who made them who they are. The cherry on top? Trixie recently sat down with comic Cameron Esposito for her podcast, Queery. Trixie also told Cameron that female musicians, including lesbian artists like Brandi Carlile, Joan Jett, and Melissa Etheridge, were formative to her musical style.
Two women who were sentenced to be caned six times each after pleading guilty to same-sex relations by the Kuala Terengganu Syariah High Court did not shout nor scream. However, when it came to the younger woman, sobs could be heard as another woman prison officer carried out the sentence. The women, 32 and 22 years old, were supposed to have been caned on Aug 28 but had their sentences postponed to yesterday.
In this Daily Beast articleJacob Bernstein explores the phenomenon of lesbians watching gay male porn. The article brings up so many great points about desire and attraction. What do people watch when they watch porn?
However, women played a huge role in caring for the sick and dying, as well as standing on the front lines with groups like ACT UP to demand the government take substantive action on the issue. All too often their tales have been overlooked. The documentary Quiet Heroes is one such attempt to right that wrong.
This is an amazing idea and we hope it catches on. She just may be the first gay Orthodox character to have a major arc on a mainstream television show. After all, Jewish gay characters are rarely shown on television, and neither are Orthodox characters of any kind — so to have a character that is both is a win for visibility in itself. And regardless of what happens to Malkie, her impact is felt.
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