In an intimate one-on-one discussion, Lady Gaga admits to being bi-sexual and the interview eventually segues into a conversation about whether Gaga has had sex with women.
The singer was taken off guard with the question and Barbara tells her she doesn't have to answer if she doesn't want to. However, in true Gaga form, she admits, "I've certainly had sexual relationships with women."
GLEE: Tomorrowâ€™s episode of Glee will have lesbian action or a reference to it OR JK actually, watch the preview. Thereâ€™s just a joke in there revealing that Santana and Brittany are having sex but not dating, thatâ€™s cute but unfortunately for all ye Quachel Shippers, Santana and Puck arenâ€™t dating either because â€™sex isnâ€™t datingâ€™! Oh, high school! I hope they follow up on this budding fuckbuddy situation with Santana and Brittany, â€™cause thatâ€™s how these lesbian things often truly start, ladies. (@shewired)
Long retired from the Hong Kong entertainment scene, actress Vivian Chow is making a surprising comeback, playing a lesbian in director Ann Hui's latest romantic comedy. A thirteen-year absence from the big screen may have resulted in a nervous start, but Chow was quick to fit into the role. On today's the List, we focus on Vivian Chow and her return to the public spotlight.
Vivian Chow is a Hong Kong based Cantopop singer and actress. She is well known for her ladylike stage image and sweet looks. Her nymph-like appearance and elegance is very memorable, even twenty years after she first shot to stardom.
"I think that you have to be married to know how different it is than just being together with someone.... It feels like a very relaxing, calming thing.... Because of that commitment, I just feel like we're more of a team. More kind of working for the common goal of us.... No of course the word [marriage] is not more important than the rights, but without the word, we don't have equal rights because everybody is allowed to be married."
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The faux marriage ceremony was written and produced by Ashley Terrill and took place at an event at LA's Kitson Melrose on Nov. 18 to launch the All Love Is Equal tee produced by Revenge Is and to support Love Honor Cherish, a LA-based nonprofit, in its campaign to repeal Prop 8. The event kicked off the signature drive to get enough signatures to qualify the initiative to repeal Prop 8 on the November 2010 ballot. Petitions are available to California registered voters for download at www.signforequality.com.
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