Janelle Monae on Sesame Street, barriage ban in Ohlahoma lifted

Plus, Fortune Feimster tells a story about Spanish Betty White


Desiree Akhavan dishes in her latest interview with Afterellen about Appropriate Behavior.



Fortune Feimster tells a story about her time abroad in Spain at the CC Studio


Obama’s picked out black lesbian Michelle Yandle as a nominee for the US District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. If chosen, Yandle will be the second openly lesbian African-American federal judge in the country. Cross your fingers! [huffington]



Looking for something new to watch that also happens to be LGBT-friendly? Check out K&A, coming spring 2014! Trailer below


The marriage equality ban in Oklahoma was ruled unconstitutional by federal judge Terence Kern. [lesbelib]



An Olympic Official has decided that the U.S. delegation for Sochi is too political for his tastes.



2014 Oscar Nominations don’t include Blue Is the Warmest Color, apparently—but is anyone really surprised about the awards show’s diversity at this point? Here’s to hoping that Ellen brings some much-needed life to the party. [afterellen]



Hannah Hart has a new My Drunk Kitchen episode out and this time she’s making burritos with Lilly Singh! 


Janelle Monae and Sesame Street? Count us in! Watch the preview below. [autostraddle]



Edit ModuleEdit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Articles

Wisconsin School Cancels Reading Of "I Am Jazz"

"I am Jazz" tells the story of life as a transgender child.

Taiwan Shows Overwhelming Support For Marriage Equality

This new public poll shows a significant growth in support for marriage equality.

New Video Series "The Cost of Exclusion" Highlights Exclusion of LGBTIQ Africans

These three short videos highlight exclusion of LGBTIQ Africans from social, political, and economic spheres.

Why Do Men Kill?

After Paris, Saying the Unsayable

Add your comment: