Need a boost to get over Hump Day? The Hot Sheetis Queerty’s midweek pop culture catch-up, highlighting the entertainment stories everyone’s talking about, the ones you might’ve missed, and the notable LGBTQ+ film & TV releases in the days ahead. Here’s everything you need to stay in-the-know:SMELLS FUNNY: The View co-host Sunny Hostin has us checking our facts and taking a big whiff after she claims that gay people can recognize one another through scent. [Read all about it on LGBTQ Nation]TAKING THE PLUNGE: Olympic gold medalist Matthew Mitcham is diving into theater with his stage debut, and has plenty to say about transitioning into acting, STIs, and more. [Read all about it on Queerty]A post shared by LAMBCO Productions (@lambcoproductions)MOTHER OFF: When one woman slays?
That’s mother. But what happens when two slay? Well, that’s a “mother off.” Get into the icon vs. icon meme that’s taken over the app formerly known as Twitter. [Read all about it on INTO]The CINEMATIC (GAY)ZE: And speaking of “mother offs,” Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore are set to go head-to-head in the melodrama May December.
Acclaimed gay director Todd Haynes discusses making the film—and throws a little shade at movies like Bros and Red, White & Royal Blue in the process. [Vulture]SUCH A TEASE: Questionably queer viral country star Dixon Dallas is dropping hints that a new single’s on the way—and this one’s loaded with lyrics about arched backs and liking it rough. [Read all about it on Queerty]SUPER GRAPHIC ULTRA MODERN GIRL: The Rise And Fall Of A Midwest Princess, the debut album from rising queer artist Chappell Roan, signals the arrival of your new pop obsession.