Five good and gay things that happened this week: 11/2-11/8

Here’s to the weekend!

Dickinson is super queer. It’s been a great couple years for Emily Dickinson fans, what with Wild Nights with Emily exploring Dickinson’s reported queerness and now the Apple + tv show, Dickinson. From episode one, Emily’s relationship with her best friend and future sister-in-law, Sue, is heartily explored. And I mean, heartily.

K-Stew is in love and wants the world to know it. This column has become a hotbed for Kristen Stewart action, and I’m totally cool with that. This week on Howard Stern, Stewart talked about her current girlfriend, Dylan Meyer, and how she wants to marry her. It’s all kinds of adorable and nice to see Stewart feeling comfortable discussing her life in public. FYI, it’s a little NSFW.

Washington Nationals’s pitcher Sean Doolittle has two moms-in-law, says nope to White House visit. He team just won the World Series but Doolittle won’t be shaking hands with Trump. Doolittle and his wife have worked with refugees and stand for LGBTQ rights, so he stayed home while his team went to celebrate at the White House. Way to be an ally, Sean.

Queer-inclusive teen holiday movie, Let it Snow, is available now on Netflix. Liv Hewson and Anna Akana are part of the ensemble of teens, who use a snowy Christmas Eve to live out loud.

Tig Notaro interviews Lena Headey, hilarity ensues. Tig’s a little clueless about pop culture, so in Under a Rock, Tig interviews people she doesn’t know to tries to figure out who they are. Apparently she’s never seen Imagine Me and You, either.

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