My manager asked me to accompany her to events. She was scared people would not watch the show, her sitcom Ellen, because she was gay. It was an honor. I grew up with two gay aunts and a gay uncle. My Aunt died of cancer. She was a proud woman and she didn’t get proper care because she didn’t want to be away from her partner. Hospitals didn’t allow partners the same rights as a spouse. When you have someone you love in your life that is gay or a lesbian it’s very clear that they deserve the same rights as anyone else. It’s not about religion. If you don’t love ELLEN now — you don’t watch her show. She’s a great example for the human race.”
A North Carolina church is asking one of their Lesbian parishioners to divorce or leave her wife. In the name of religious freedom – made possible by the state’s horrid House Bill 2 – the First Baptist Church has “prayerfully asked” Kelly Toney via a letter to either renounce her homosexuality and divorce her wife, or else they “will have no choice but to take appropriate and prayerful action to address the standing of your fellowship with this Body.”
Hurrah, Liz Feldman has landed put pilot commitment from CBS for her new comedy series Hello Again.
Deadline reports that the show will focus on a “mostly happy” married woman whose life gets complicated when a new, next-door neighbour moves in and it turns out it is a man who just so happens to be the only person besides her husband she’s ever been in love with.
Feldman – credited already for writing 2 Broke Girls and One Big Happy – will also executive produce the new series.
On Twitter, Feldman wrote that the series will feature “a gaggle of lesbians.”
Got back on the horse! Very excited to be working w/ @CBS. (P.S. There's a whole gaggle of lesbians in my new show.) http://t.co/TR61ft21Zg
Feldman writer is also the host of This Just Out With Liz Feldman, billed as a “super low budget, ridiculous DIY chat show featuring interviews with some of the most visible and beloved lesbians.” Guests on the show have included actress Kate Moennig (“The L Word”) and musicians Tegan and Sara.
As if the soccer itself wasn’t enough, now there’s another reason to watch Canada’s opening match of the Women’s World Cup
Grammy Award winning artist Sarah McLachlan and Juno Award winning duo Tegan and Sara have been announced as featured artists for the opening ceremony of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 taking place directly before the opening match featuring Canada against China.
The duo, originally from Calgary, said they are “looking forward to being there in Edmonton, in our home province of Alberta, to take part in such an exciting event.” Watch the video here.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup runs June 6 to July 5 in several Canadian cities.
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