Daily Gaydar Kim Stolz’s wedding video shared on Twitter

Plus, Kim Stolz’s wedding video shared on Twitter, and Ellen challenges divorce rumors


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Kim Stolz and her newlywed wife Lexi Ritsch had a beautiful wedding ceremony, which they have chosen to share with us by vimeo! The wedding vid was first released through Twitter, and it’s a tear-jerker, for sure! [vimeo]

 

If you’ve been stressed about the tabloids’ proposal that Ellen and Portia’s marriage is on the rocks, relief is here. Let Ellen reassure you herself that all is well; the world is not, in fact, coming to an end, because the couple has never been happier! [afterellen]

 

There’s plenty to look forward to this year with the Golden Globes, because we have three nominations of interest to the LGBT community: the film Blue is the Warmest Color, Tatiana Maslany for Orphan Black, and Taylor Schilling for Orange is the New Black. [shewired]

 

Celebrating the ways in which powerful queers of color have been grabbing headlines in 2013 and creating a space for themselves, the G-List Society has released the Black LGBT Power 100, a list of black gays, lesbians and trans-people [elixher]

 

Our favorite ladies from Blue Is The Warmest Color were nominated for some lovely Golden Globe Awards recently. [afterellen]

 

The Planned Parenthood Peer Advocates of Los Angeles created a flawless LGBT-lovin’ rap. Have a listen. [huffington]

 

Troian Bellesario’s long-lost gay short film has resurfaced. If you’re interested in a lot of sexual tension, watch on. [afterellen]

 

A hearing in Arkansas is challenging the state’s same-sex marriage ban. Good things ahead? [lgbtqnation]

 

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