In the right photo, Carrie Brownstein (left) and St. “Girls’ night out” has taken on a very different meaning in the pop culture world lately.
Everywhere you look, there’s a hot new lesbian romance.
“Which,” she adds, “says more about the men in our culture feeling like they own all female sexuality more than anything else.” Hence, the many, many photos of now-exes Michelle Rodriguez and model Cara Delevingne kissing at a Knicks game back in January, or the paparazzi hounding the newly out Ellen Page and her mystery blond girlfriend as they walked the streets of New York back in May.
Still, it’s part of the new normal that celebrity lesbians are gossip fodder just like anyone else, says Hogan.
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After the article was out, she said, "I hadn't seen it [the Spin article], and I got a phone call.
But they’re not in any rush: “We’re going to do this very slowly,” Brownstein told Billboard magazine.
“A staged coming out like that looks positively creepy now,” says Johns.
“I think we’re seeing a shift away from that.” Instead, she says, women who choose to come out in a public way often do so for reasons that aren’t just about titillation.
And, of course, who can forget the recent hot gossip of “Orange Is the New Black” writer Lauren Morelli, who filed for divorce from her husband in September after she realized she was gay and in love with actress Samira Wiley, who plays inmate Poussey Washington on the show.
Yes, we’ve come a long way from 1997, when Ellen De Generes and Anne Heche shocked America by appearing in public together.