The secret order of lesbians?
MATT ZOLLER SEITZ TV critic for The [Newark, N.J.] Star-Ledger
Debra Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond: Their relationship is more mother-son than husband-wife.
Meadow from The Sopranos: Of all the ways to piss off Daddy, that's a pretty good one. Also, her taste in men is atrocious, so she's got nowhere to go but up.
Ruth Fisher from Six Feet Under: She'll move in with a lady-friend in that 1930s "everybody knows, but we're not going to discuss it" kind of way and finally be happy.
SUZANNE WESTENHOEFER comedian, goddess
Carolyn Kepcher from The Apprentice: She's only kind of a character, but I'd really love her to come out.
Peggy Hill from King of the Hill: She doesn't know she's a lesbian, but when a lesbian teacher moves into their little Texas town, their affair will be a huge scandal.
RICHARD ANDREOLI editor of Mondo Homo
Director Hayden Chase from Alias: Because I've always wanted Angela Bassett to play a lesbian.
Kerry Hennessy from 8 Simple Rules: She's too smart and socially conscious to be straight. Plus, she's already working that Sara Gilbert haircut.
Donna Pinciotti from That '70s Show: She'll have a college lesbian liaison but eventually marry a man--which makes her a has-bian rather than a lesbian--but that still counts.
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|Publication:||The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2005|
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