Lesbian chat boards across the Internet collectively gasped when the Casanova of Los Feliz, Kristen Stewart stepped out with a new woman last week. She had not been seen with her girlfriend of two years, Victoria’s Secret model, Stella Maxwell since October, when Stewart was filming Charlie’s Angels in Amsterdam. The public hand holding seems to confirm that Stewart and Maxwell are over. And Stewart seems to be rebounding HARD. True to form, she cannot be single for longer th
After a very long engagement, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth officially married on Dec. 23rd at their home in Tennessee. It was super low key, with both their immediate families and friends. It’s been almost 10 years since the couple met on the set of The Last Song (I feel old). They got engaged three years later in 2012 only to break up in 2013 during her twerking era. By 2016 they were back together. Miley has called Liam her “survival partner.” It’s not that long ago that
In our lord 20-gay-teen, there have been a number of Oscar baity queer dramas, like The Happy Prince, Lizzie and Disobedience. But none have been quite as enjoyable or gay as this year’s crown jewel, The Favourite. In early 18th century England, screechy lady baby Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) is in the middle of war with France. In poor health and with no knowledge of politics, she depends on her close confidant and secret lover, Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) to govern the country.
Kevin Hart has been fired as Oscars host for refusing to apologize for past homophobic tweets. Ironically he ended up apologizing anyway. Like, a real one written by his publicist and not the rambling mess he’d previously posted on Instagram. Are we really surprised, though? This is the same guy who starred in Get Hard, a bottom of the barrel homophobic comedy. When asked in an interview what he thought about doing a mockingly effeminate voice in the movie, Hart just shrugged
I was hesitant about watching a lesbian movie with two obviously straight actresses petting each other’s wigs for 120 minutes. But the local arthouse theater has discounts on Mondays, and I have a cold so Disobedience it is. Following the death of her rabbi father, New York photographer, Ronit returns to her Orthodox Jewish community in London to pay her respects. She was kicked out years ago due to a fling she had with childhood friend, Esti (Rachel McAdams). Esti is now mar
Last week a friend hooked me up with tickets to a BAFTA screening of The Happy Prince followed by a Q&A with Rupert Everett in London (attached below). So it was high society film critics, gays in turtlenecks and me and my friend raiding the complimentary snacks. The Happy Prince follows Oscar Wilde in his final years in France, Italy and England as he reflects on a life of lovers, debauchery and writing. Everett wrote, directed and stars as Wilde in this portrait of a flawed