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Gen Z just keeps getting gayer. Last week, Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp came out as gay on TikTok, noting that he’s more similar to his character Will than he initially thought. Following the news, his friends poked fun at him, posting a TikTok showing them reacting in shock to the announcement “Noah Schnapp gay at 18.” And speaking of gay youths, The Sex Lives of College Girls star Reneé Rapp seems to be soft-launching her new sapphic relationship.
Here’s what we’re watching this week. Harbinger of sapphic chaos Fletcher has released a new music for her song “Better Version” with Kelsea Ballerini, and it stars lesbian heartthrob Ava Capri. The new comedy/horror film M3GAN is finally out, and the theaters have been filled with cackling gays. In case you missed it the first time around, the excellent HBO Max series Generation will be streaming on Tubi February 1st. Tubi is a gay ally.
The sapphic readers will not rest. Fans of the Taylor Jenkins Reid book The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo have been discussing their dream casts for a film adaptation, and Jessica Chastain has long been at the top of the list. The fervor for this casting choice made it all the way to Andy Cohen, who asked Chastain if she was aware of the casting and if she would consider starring in a film. She said that she was aware of the discussion and that she would star in a film if she were sent a script. Case closed, horny people.
Other dispatches from the little gay people inside of the internet:
Supergirl’s Nicole Maines has been cast in Season 3 of our favorite gay cannibalism show, Yellowjackets.
The Church of England has hired its first non-binary priest.
Montana’s first trans lawmaker, Zooey Zephyr (an incredible name!) was officially sworn in to office last week.
Syfy’s Astrid and Lily Save The World – which features a sweet sapphic romance – has been canceled after one season.
MTV’s new gay reality show, The Real Friends of WeHo, premieres later this month, and there is already drama.
Daphne (voiced by Constance Wu) has lesbian moms – voiced by Jane Lynch and Wanda Sykes – in Mindy Kaling’s new Scooby-Do prequel, Velma.
Niecey Nash wondered if people were clapping for her at the Golden Globes because she’s gay now.
Beginning in February, companies advertising on Facebook and Instagram will no longer be able to refine teenage audiences by gender.
Until next time,
Two lesbians who showed up to a first date wearing the same outfit