So in a fabulously cheeky video, C Fashion invited people into a studio to test some of the most cutting edge beauty products about to hit the market – without telling them they were actually, um, pleasure aids.
Get excited ladies, as it’s only a matter of months until Orange Is The New Black is back on your screens: season three will be released on Netflix on June 12th 2015.
But to wet our appetites the cast have release a new video, where they sing their version of Don’t Talk To Me by Tre Coast ft. Lycia Faith, which is inspired by Leanne’s version of the song featured in Season 1.
“Orange Is the New Black” is still a couple months away from being aired, but spoilers about the show’s new plot keep on surfacing left and right.
Recently, series writer Lauren Morelli spoke with the Pittsburgh City Paper, and according to Morelli, the new season of OINTB will feature a lighter theme compared to season 2.
“Season two was really dark and I think we really were excited about playing with this antagonist of Vee and seeing what that force would do to the characters we started to love over a season. I think season three is sort of a natural rebound from that darkness. Some of the joy comes back to Litchfield that was lost.”
Also, the third season is expected to provide the answers to some questions that were left hanging in season 2. Fans would like to know what is next for Daya (Dascha Polanco) after she gives birth, Caputo’s (Nick Sandow) quest to become a warden, as well as Piper’s (Taylor Schilling) search for true love.
This is especially true for Piper and Alex’s (Laura Prepon) relationship. In an interview with The Daily Mail, Prepon talked about how the couple will deal with their feelings for each other next season.
“The thing that’s so interesting about Alex and Piper is that they totally love each other, but they also look out for themselves.
It’s this constant power struggle between the two of them. And then at the end of Season Two, Piper does a major power play. And you wonder, is it because she totally loves this girl, or is it because she’s just getting her back?”
In an interview with The Approval Matrix, Amy Poehler was asked by host Neal Brennan about modern men and the difficulties they face.
Poehler responded beautiful:
[tweet_dis]”Well, this feeling that you’re having right now — which is like, ‘I’m sup posed to be all things’ — is a feeling that women have every day and have their whole lives. So you’re just starting to experience it now.”[/tweet_dis]
She perfectly describes the battle that ladies everywhere face: the expectation to be in charge but not so much so that it gets you fired; to be sexy yet modest; to be all for girl power, except when sexuality is involved.
[tweet_dis]“We have to deal with all those juxtapositions every day, but I’m glad you’re finally experiencing it as a white male.”[/tweet_dis]
Filmed for the series finale of Chelsea Lately, the clip features Ellen demanding to know why she has never been invited onto Chelsea’s show as a guest previously.
Ellen confronts Chelsea for never inviting her to be a guest on her show. Firing out accusations, the talk show queen quizzes if it has something to do with the fact that she is a lesbian.
Defending herself, Chelsea jokes that she’s also a lesbian and attempts to win Ellen over by complimenting her ‘current’ sitcom. This was a great way to end Chelsea Lately, although Ellen was a little overdressed.
The show celebrated it’s finale after seven years on the air and will be moving from the E! network to a new programe on Netflix. Several other stars (Gwen Stefani, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Aniston, Fergie, Tim Gunn and Sandra Bullock) showed up to the finale to perform a musical goodbye to the comedian.
Ah the things that straight guys say to lesbians. We’ve heard them, we’ve even entertained them, but here YouTubers Hart, Bria & Chrissy, Anna, Jess, Steph, Stevie, and Arielle, laying down the classics lesbians lines they have heard from straight guys. Very funny, so please watch.
There have always been myths surrounding bisexuals and bisexuality. While homosexuality started becoming accepted in numerous cultures across the world, bisexuality remains stigmatised and discriminated against.
Here is another powerful video from Buzzfeed; working alongside the American Institute of Bisexuality. Things Bisexual People Are Tired of Hearing – it’s not “just a phase”.
In response to the initial “First Kiss” video (which unfortunately later turned out to be an advertisement), Project Q put out a call to their friends and Facebook community for queer women to come kiss a stranger. The women were paired at random and had never met before. This is what happened…
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The self described ‘lesbian Jiminy Cricket’ Arielle Scarcella, has massive YouTube following. She have been posting videos for the past 4 years, which break some of those lesbian and gay taboos. We love her work and we love her latest post where she discusses lesbian slang with her mother.
My mom and I have a pretty good relationship. She’s seen me through 4 girlfriends and 8 years of being out of the closet. So I thought it would be fun, to test my moms knowledge of lesbian culture / slang. How many of these do you know?
Googoosh is one Iran most prominent female singers and this week she has released a music video in support of the country’s LGBT community. As you can imagine it has sparked much backlash,especially in a country where being gay is a criminal office; punishable by death..
The music video is set in first person perspective, and is about a couple day-to-day life. However there is a twist, and it is only at the end of the video you release you are viewing the world of a lesbian couple.
Googoosh has always spoken out against homophobia in the conservative country, but here she takes things to a whole new level. We support her bravery.
This advert, which is believed to be the Canada’s Response To Russia’s Anti-LGBT Propaganda Law, has been watched more than 5 million times on YouTube. Created by Canadian Institute for Diversity and Inclusion the ad promotes the Olympic Games as initially homosexual.
“Games have always been a little gay… Let’s fight to keep them that way.”
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