Gay zombie delights

Gay zombie delights. HBO’s The Last of Us premiered on Sunday. It hasn’t gotten explicitly gay yet (unless you count Anna Torv’s extreme daddy energy), but we can be patient. The star of the show, Bella Ramsey, recently told The New York Times she’s gender-fluid and doesn’t care about pronouns. Also, the show’s other star, Pedro Pascal, loves his trans sister, Lux. Slay, etc.

Today’s fruity TV update. We’ve received the gift of a trailer for Season 2 of Yellowjackets. Our mouths are literally watering. Hear from Heather Hogan about how “Willow” Gives Us the Lesbian Disney Princess We’ve Been Waiting For. Our favorite petition of the month is this one, which demands that MTV bring back 90-minute episodes of Drag Race and not air The Real Friends of WeHo. The latter show hasn’t even premiered yet and it’s already been canceled, so to speak – a majorly hilarious fail.

Instagram caption realness. It’s the most wonderful time of the year – a Holland Taylor birthday celebration. Sarah Paulson took to Instagram to mark the birth of her beloved octogenarian, attaching a heartfelt caption to the photo. “You’ve changed me. In all the important ways. Sharing my life with you has made everything else make sense,” she wrote. In response, Holland posted a photo of the flowers Sarah got her, writing “Impossible expression of Birthday love from my one and only.” Who’s doing it like them?

Other dispatches from the little gay people inside of the internet:

  • Check out this magnificent encyclopedia of lesbian films from Autostraddle’s Drew Gregory.

  • Also from Autostradddle, read Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya’s history of queer cheerleaders.

  • Janelle Monáe accepted a Critics Choice Award and told the audience “my pronouns are she/her, they/them, and free-ass motherfucker.”

  • Ezra Miller has somehow avoided jail time.

  • We’re obsessed with these photos of St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, and Taylor Schilling at the Orange Is The New Black Season 2 premiere. If you know, you know.

  • The newly-reunited Boygenius have released a new song called “Emily I’m Sorry.” Could it be about this Emily? We’re shaking and shivering.

Until next time,

An anxious lesbian trying to be more of a ‘free-ass motherfucker’