Five good (and gay) things that happened this week: 5/5-5/11

Happy Friday. I know a lot of you are super sad about the Brooklyn 99 cancellation, so hopefully this will cheer your hearts just a little.


1. Kate McKinnon gets her own poster for The Spy Who Dumped Me…and she’s wearing suspenders. This week new posters and a brand new trailer were released for the new buddy comedy, The Spy Who Dumped Me. I’m not saying McKinnon is playing gay in the film, but she is wearing suspenders and a purple sequined pantsuit. Do with that what you will.


2. Lena Waithe dazzled in rainbow at the MET Gala. With all the wild and stunning costumes that appeared at this week’s MET Gala, Waithe’s simply elegant suit and long, flowing rainbow cape designed by Carolina Herrera, stole the show. Waithe told Vogue reporter Liza Koshy, “Tonight, this cape is not imaginary, it’s rainbow-colored. And we got the black and brown, you know. I’m reppin’ my community, and I want everybody to know that you can be whoever you are, and be completely proud, and be doin’ it.”



Source: Girl Geek Authority

3. Earpers can now rejoice, Wynonna Earp Season 3 has a premiere date. Let’s all meet up in Purgatory on July 2oth for the premiere of the much anticipated S3 of Wynonna Earp on Syfy! This season the show has already planned an epic lineup of guest stars including Lost Girl alums, Zoie Palmer and Anna Silk, plus Megan Follows as Wynonna’s mom.



4. Clairevoyant gets a release date and a full length trailer. Get ready for things to get other-realmy, Clairevoyant is coming at you on May 16th on KindaTv. Natasha Negovanlis plays Claire, a down on her luck queer lady who discovers she an actual psychic while running a fake psychic scam with her best friend Ruby (Annie Briggs). Negovanlis and Briggs also co-created and wrote the series.


5. Lesbian film Rafiki‘s stars and director get a standing ovation at Cannes. Congratulations to Wanuri Kahiu, and stars Samantha Mugatsia and Sheila Munyiva who received a standing O at the premiere of their film at the prestigious film festival. Rafiki, which was banned in its own home country of Kenya due to its depiction of homosexuality, is a coming of age tale of two young women who find love against the backdrop of religious intolerance and traditional expectations. The film is still looking for an international distributor but we’ll be sure to tell you as soon as it does.

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