Daily Gaydar: Lady Gaga’s giving us a hit single a week

Plus, we have the season two trailer for Kiss Her I’m Famous, and a new song from Tegan and Sara


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Lady Gaga has decided to release one song off of her new album ARTPOP each week until it’s officially in stores. The latest from Gaga is “Do What U Want” featuring R. Kelly. The album is set to release in November. [eonline]

 

 

 

Out singer Angel Haze did an amazing freestyle over Macklemore’s “Same Love.” The original version saw some controversy when it came out, but we think there’s nothing but genuine honesty in what Haze raps about in her freestlye.

 

Mark your calendars for Nov. 15 and make sure to get your tickets to The Geography Club. The movie, based on Brent Hartinger’s novel, follows a group of LGBT teens who find support amongst one another under the cover of their unassuming after school club’s name. The movie will be on demand and in select theatres on the 15th before opening in other cities across the country. [glaad]

 

 

 

You’ve been waiting for it, we’ve been waiting for it (and gabbing about it non-stop), and it’s finally here! The season two trailer for Kiss Her I’m Famous has been released. Press play! [onemorelesbian]

 

 

 

What’s this? A new tune from Tegan and Sara? That’s right, Shudder to Think is the latest from our girls, composed and performed for The Dallas Buyers Club, a true story film about a man battling AIDS — the proceeds of which go towards AIDS relief. [shewired]

 

 

 

Katy Perry opened up a little bit about the truth behind “I Kissed a Girl” in the most recent issue of W. She also describes a scene with a lady from her past: “[S]he was that friend, the one that you idolize and maybe even have a weird obsession-slash-crush on. We were standing on her bed, wearing her clothes — because her clothes were cooler — and she put on ‘Killer Queen.’ My world froze. It was a very cinematic feeling, and it opened up this lyrical world.” [wmagazine]

 

With the 2008 recession came one of only a few good things — Queer Rebels Productions. Artists KB Boyce and Celesete Chan created the company and are standing up and making a name for queer artists of color in order to keep their histories alive. On Nov. 13 in New York, see films by Queer Rebels at the MIX NYC Film Festival. Tickets are $13, and the event is taking place at The MIX Factory in Brooklyn. [queerrebels]

 

If you’re looking to find the love of your life, and have your 15 minutes of fame, you can actually hit two birds with one stone. First Dates is a blind dating show on channel4.com  that is currently accepting applications, and they’ve hooked plenty of ladies up in the past. This could be your moment! Or you can just check out their previous hookups, like the one we’ve provided for your viewing pleasure. [channel4]

 

The Lesbian Herstory Archives in New York is celebrating their 40th anniversary! The archives gather and preserve history and information on lesbian lives and culture for future generations. To celebrate their 40th year, the Archives will be holding an Art Benefit hosted by Johannes Vogt Gallery on December 6th in New York City. The benefit starts at 6:30, but if you drop by between the public viewing hours of 4-6pm, it’s free! [lesbianherstoryarchives]

Here is the latest flash mob same-sex marriage proposal to go viral. Get ready to gush, and have some tissues at the ready, and make sure to wish these lovely ladies all the best! [upworthy]

 

 

 

GLSEN’s Repect Awards were last week, honoring people making strides in their schools, workplaces and communities to bring tolerance and compassion for others. Oh yeah, and Respect. As cool as it is that the likes of Chloe Grace Moretz and Kirsten Vangsness were there, the highlight of the night was probably Laila Al-Shamma’s, the winner of the Student Advocate of the Year Award, moving acceptance speech, which you can watch right here. [looktothestars]

 

 

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