Wherr are all the nyc lesbos. No rly. Do ya’ll only come out at night to go hide in clubs and bars. How do i meet a lesbian here
why is there no guide on How To Survive A Completely Heterosexual Pool Party When You’re An Obvious Queer Without Feeling Awkward? HELP
how often is it that the Prom King and Queen both happen to be gay?
may I have a moment of unapologetic narcissism and say that I think I’m the first Prom Queen in my school that likes chicks and I’m mates with the Prom King who is openly gay? I love it and I like that we just happened to be gay not that they voted because we are gay
“Participants were 65 percent accurate in telling straight women from gay women, and 57 percent accurate when telling straight men from gay men”
I decided to have a word for that telepathic communication gay girls have when they look at each other straight in the eyes as complete strangers. Because it’s happened to me way too many times. And you know when you’re doing it or receiving it because you get a vibe/ gut feeling that the other girl is legit gay. It’s like a psychic confirmation that says hey we’re both gay.
I’m calling it the YRGTG which stands for
You R Gay Too Glare
which can be pronounced as ‘yogurt-guh’
it can be used in sentences such as
“That girl totally gave me a yogurt-guh. I’m glad I came to this gay club.”
Gigola - starring Lou Doillon
It’s 1963 and Paris is sizzling with sex. The stylishly butch Gigola spends her days roaming chic cafés, taking on the criminal underclass, enticing pretty femmes away from their pimps, breaking hearts and making enemies along the way. Gigola is based on the cult series of novels from bad-girl novelist Laure Charpentier, whose original novel Gigola was banned upon publication in 1972.
and I just stand there tuning my gaydar
you can join me if you’d like
Juliette Georges Coppens
“French artist Juliette Georges Coppens has re-imagined the devotion (and the libido) of Showtime’s hit series The L Word by painting the lesbian love and lust scenes that once had us begging for Shane’s touch and cringing or crying with every twist of Bette and Tina’s relationship. Coppens has a special talent for capturing the intensity of some of The L Word’s best moments, and her work gives us a chance to catch the characters again, but in a new way—still, vulnerable and timelessly sexy.
Coppens didn’t see the series until 2008 but immediately fell for the beauty and ability of the actors. She said of them, “I’m still astonished by the originality and the sensuality of so many scenes.” Bringing TV characters to life on canvas is no easy feat. To do it Coppens uses oil on canvass, using bold colors but paying more attention to the feeling and look of her subjects “The look (le regard) of a woman means as much as the scene itself to me.” Each portrait shows the painstaking effort to get le regard just right. Fans of The L Word will be familiar with the faces of Bette, Tina and Alice showcased in her portraits and will be swept back in time as each scene all but places you in the room with them (we wish!)
To some, The L Word may seem like just another show—albeit the first of its kind—but Coppens sees more than just the seductive surface. She’s interested in what The L Wordrepresents and how she can explore those themes. She also wants to get more people thinking. She said, ”Through my portraits I would like to talk about women, love, feelings, sensuality and sex, which is still a taboo…and as a woman who loves women I think I have something to say in that department.” Indeed.”
“I Can Hardly Wait” - Frederik Valentins
lol my friend and I are talking about how hard it is to not act gay or interested in a girl when she asks us to help do something that may appear incredibly suggestive.
example: helping a girl friend hook up her bra by sticking my hands underneath her shirt. stare at her butt to see if she has stains on her pants. stare at her boobs to check if her shirt is too transparent.
lol you have no idea how nervous and self-conscious I get.
am I the only one who feels like that?
Dear Followers, there’s something you should know about me….
cousin1: a girl or a boy
me: ha....I said no.
brother: oh someone asked her to prom though
cousin1: oh coool so a girl or a boy?
me: ha you're so funny.
cousin2: do you watch The L World?
me: you mean The L Word? I do! (cough) I mean, a lot of straight people do...do you?
cousin2: I do, but it's depressing sometimes with Jenny and her problems
me: yeah!! hey it's cool you watch The L Word
cousin2: yeah my gay friend lent it to me, all 6 seasons.
Sajdah smothered Chanel, expecting too much, listening too little. She wanted all fun and no actual bonding. I side with Chanel on how shit ended.
I thought Claire was like Shane at first. But then I realized Shane has way more respect for people around her. And then I realized Shane is a fictional character made to swoon the female human race.
Vivian is precious. She dealt with the drama spot-on. (Did anyone like her even more when she went over to Francine and apologized for Claire?) She needs to ditch Claire.
Kacy and Cori make episodes bearable.
No Whitney (’s girls) drama yet. But you can tell something’s gonna happen with Rachel.
Romi is nice when she’s sober. I like her more now. Her jewelry site: www.hija4.com
Kelsey seems uberly depressed.
the “I Can’t Stand This/ What Are You Doing” Award of the episode goes to Sajdah and Claire. Fran’s expression sums it up