Five good and gay things that happened this week: 9/21-9/27

Happy Friday! Here’s some good and gay news to start your weekend off right.

The Charlie’s Angels press tour has just begun and already gifted us with this gem of Kristen Stewart being wonderfully awkward meeting her co-stars. K-Stew is embarrassed, guys. As she explains in the above clip on Jimmy Kimmel, when she first met co-star Naomi Scott, she inexplicably stroked Scott’s chin. Thankfully, Scott found it endearing. Same.

Source: New York Times, artist Sara Lautman

Naiad Press and Barbara Grier’s story get memorialized in comic form in the NYT. Check out this very cool illustrated story of how Barbara Grier was inspired to bring lesbian fiction to the masses. Then you can pick up Indomitable: The Life of Barbara Grier to learn more.

Megan Rapinoe just keeps winning! This week, soccer star Megan Rapinoe won FIFA’s Best Women’s Player in the World, and used her platform to speak about pay inequality. Get it, Megan!

You can now read all about Tegan and Sara’s teenage years in their non-fiction novel, High School and rock out to Hey, I’m Just Like You. Leave it to the talented Quin sisters to give fans a double-whammy this week with their long anticipated autobiography AND new album.

Out on Film Atlanta LGBTQ film fest kicked off this week. Film fest season is still going strong, and now Atlanta is rolling out the red carpet for a huge 11-day festival of LGBTQ films including Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Bit, Good Kisser and many more.

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