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04-Sep-2017 22:43

Riese is the 35-year-old CEO, CFO and Editor-in-Chief of as well as an award-winning writer, blogger, fictionist, copywriter, video-maker and aspiring cyber-performance artist who grew up in Michigan, lost her mind in New York and then headed West.Her work has appeared in nine books including "The Bigger the Better The Tighter The Sweater: 21 Funny Women on Beauty, Body Image & Other Hazards Of Being Female," magazines including , and then she had the idea to make this place, and now here we all are! She scored big in the Lesbian Mate Bingo in 2014, marrying Jodie Foster.It was a gift from the great lesbian beyond when we learned this very year that our dearest most treasured Sarah Paulson and our dearest most treasured Holland Taylor were madly in love and not afraid to say so.She was one of a handful of out actresses who appeared on the show because you cannot make the first american lesbian TV show ever without giving Guienevere Turner a part. Velasquez had a bit role as the actress playing Marina in Lez Girls, but remained deeply closeted until last year, when she came out and released a memoir about her life, including details of her relationship with Sandra Bernhard.Hedison was the noteworthy ex-girlfriend of Ellen De Generes and a successful photographer when she joined the cast as Helena Peabody’s love interest Dylan in Season Three.

Fun story: the first time I became aware of Sarah Paulson’s existence was when I saw a reading of a play about making The L Word, written by Susan Miller, in which Sarah Paulson appeared. Mc Gillis herself remained in the closet until a few months after TLW wrapped up, coming out as a lesbian in May of 2009.

” Then I realized, Erin Daniels can be on that show and make out with so many girls and not turn at least a little bit gay because This turned out to be wrong: I’m actually a LOT bit gay. When the show launched, “which of these actresses are gay in real life” was a common question asked of the cast members at press junkets and interviews. Leisha Hailey was the only out lesbian in the main cast.

Kate Moennig was also a lesbian but it wasn’t okay yet to say so, at least not anywhere important or public or in print.

These days, Grey and Hailey are dating each other and getting kicked off airplanes.

— she dated Holly Miranda for a while, has been an ambassador for Wildfang, remains in a queer girl squad with Leisha Hailey, did a documentary about gay youth homelessness, and tweets / instagrams hella gay shit all the damn time. was ending, Clementine Ford appeared on the cover of DIVA magazine in a “coming out” interview that Ford immediately claimed did not actually happen, although she soon thereafter told The Advocate that she was gay, but wanted there not to be “this big emphasis on it.” She also denied rumors from DIVA Magazine that she’d had an affair with Kate Moennig, her on-screen love interest.

Fun story: the first time I became aware of Sarah Paulson’s existence was when I saw a reading of a play about making The L Word, written by Susan Miller, in which Sarah Paulson appeared. Mc Gillis herself remained in the closet until a few months after TLW wrapped up, coming out as a lesbian in May of 2009.

” Then I realized, Erin Daniels can be on that show and make out with so many girls and not turn at least a little bit gay because This turned out to be wrong: I’m actually a LOT bit gay. When the show launched, “which of these actresses are gay in real life” was a common question asked of the cast members at press junkets and interviews. Leisha Hailey was the only out lesbian in the main cast.

Kate Moennig was also a lesbian but it wasn’t okay yet to say so, at least not anywhere important or public or in print.

These days, Grey and Hailey are dating each other and getting kicked off airplanes.

— she dated Holly Miranda for a while, has been an ambassador for Wildfang, remains in a queer girl squad with Leisha Hailey, did a documentary about gay youth homelessness, and tweets / instagrams hella gay shit all the damn time. was ending, Clementine Ford appeared on the cover of DIVA magazine in a “coming out” interview that Ford immediately claimed did not actually happen, although she soon thereafter told The Advocate that she was gay, but wanted there not to be “this big emphasis on it.” She also denied rumors from DIVA Magazine that she’d had an affair with Kate Moennig, her on-screen love interest.

, in which she affirmed that despite playing a gay lady on a teevee show, she was in fact a heterosexual.