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Before she shaved her head for her new movie, Cara pledged to go crazy with her hair. She's already shaved her hair and grown it back again, but this chic cut will live in our hearts forever.Even though Kylie totally owns her rainbow wigs, I love when she rocks her dark strands in a sleek bob.
“Alex is taking care of everything that goes in, and I handle everything that comes out,” Wanda joked.“Orange is the the New Black” has more than few cute lesbian couples on screen, but the show actually spawned a real-life, honest-to-God, leaving-my-husband-for-you lesbian relationship between Lauren Morelli (a writer for the show) and Samira Wiley (the actress who plays Poussey Washington).Lauren’s journey to discover her sexuality, she said, is tied closely to her work writing for the show.“I was falling in love with her,” Stephanie recalled, “and I didn’t know how to identify it because I thought I was straight.” The pair felt comfortable teasing each other from the get-go, never taking offense to any joke.Stephanie said her “aha” moment came when Tig was feeling down and Stephanie automatically reached for her shoulders to comfort her.“It’s pretty awesome.” In 2013, comedian Tig Notaro fell for her straight friend Stephanie Allynne while shooting a Netflix documentary called “Tig,” and in a surprising turn of events, Stephanie returned her affection.
It all unfolded gradually on camera as a close friendship became something more.
Though their schedules are tight, this cute lesbian couple always carves out time to spend together.
“I truly love my family, and it’s the best situation I’ve ever been in,” Wanda said.
Sadly, this look was fleeting — after a blonde stint, Kylie went back to her mega-long black locks.
I remember watching the news that day in awe — so many people came out to cheer and wave rainbow flags. Oftentimes, lesbian celebrities — whether they intend to or not — play an important role in normalizing same-sex couples.
They would go on to found the Daughters of Bilitis, the first social and political organization for lesbians.