Daily Gaydar: Did Ruby Rose hook up with Demi Lovato?
Plus, The engagements of Dot Marie Jones and (sadly) Naya Rivera.
Out Australian model Ruby Rose posted some comments online hinting that she and X Factor judge Demi Lovato might have had a hook up. Comment craziness obviously followed, and Rose’s original posts got removed. Of course, once it’s on the Internet there’s no going back, and we can still find gems like this: “Think ill take a few days off social media whilst @ddlovato's friends attack me for being a 'scorned ex-lover' get over it!! I liked the hair.” She also said, via Instagram, that she’s probably “the one person demi has slept with that didn't sell naked photos of her.” Oh, snap. [heraldsun]
Glee’s Dot Marie Jones got engaged to her now fiancée, Bridgett Casteen, over the weekend! The proposal took place at Disneyland’s Gay Days on Friday. Congratulations to the lovely couple! [huffingtonpost]
Also getting hitched…Naya Rivera. The Glee star is engaged to her boyfriend, Big Sean. The couple has been together for about 6 months now, and apparently things are going well (for them). But you’ll forgive us if we keep kissing our Santana posters and pretending she’s on our team…ahem…have we said too much? [buzzfeed]
We have another Machete Kills trailer, and this time featuring Lady Gaga! We have two things for you to be excited about: Mother Monster on the big screen and the debut of her new song “Aura” in the trailer. [mtv]
Whoopi Goldberg’s 2013 documentary Moms Mabley: I Got Somethin’ to tell You is buzzing this week, with appearances in the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and the Chicago LGBT International Film Festival, and the word is out that Whoopi just might take the documentary to Broadway. Moms Mabley was a lesbian comic whose stand-up act tackled issues of sex, orientation and race. [broadwayworld]
A California bill proposed by Senator Mark Leno will allow children to have more than two parents, providing a financial framework for families where more than two adults are responsible for the wellbeing of a child. [pinknews]
Halloween is coming up, and if the whole Disney princess thing isn’t up your alley, you'll love the constumes photographer Jaime Moore came up with for a photoshoot on her daughter's fifth birthday. Amazing women like Coco Chanel and Jane Goodall had iconic looks for feministy, confidence-boosting getups, and Jaime Moore says, "My daughter wasn't born into royalty. But she was born into a country where she can now vote, become a doctor, a pilot, an astronaut, or even President if she wants, and that's what REALLY matters." The series of empowering pics end with daughter Emma dressed up as herself, wearing an "Emma for President 2044" pin. [upworthy]
In the days after the release of her second full-length book, Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive, Julia Serano has penned an article for womensnews.org outlining her concerns and proposed changes regarding feminist and queer movements. The idea is to find the ways in which we still exclude and marginalize women who would like to participate in the movements, despite our best intentions. And don’t miss our interview with the author in the November issue of Curve, available on stands Oct. 14! (Or you could always subscribe to Curve and we’ll send it to you!) [subscribe]
Rosana Cade, an out artist, talks gay PDA and her hand-holding social experiment/live art performance. It’s worth a read if only to inspire you to go outside and hold hands with Pride! [divamag]
Lesbian filmmaker Justine Stevens has come out with a new web series, The Girls Guide. The series follows three friends through their trial and error love lives and will continue for 8 episodes. Make sure to check it out every Thursday night on Youtube. We have the full third episode for you to watch right here! [shewired]
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