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Once upon a time, queer folks, mostly men, used a coded question to find others when being out wasn't safe: "Are you a friend of Dorothy?" Gen Z, of course, has its own version, and this one’s by and for the girls: "Do you like Girl in Red?" Hitting its peak in 2020 thanks to TikTok, the phrase became the fun new code and hashtag/meme for lesbians and bi girls pretty much everywhere. And this time, its meaning is easy to trace — directly to 23-year-old Norwegian queer pop artist Marie Ulven, aka Girl in Red. Watch Yahoo Life's video interview to hear more from about how Ulven became synonymous with queerness and embraced the hashtag.
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Because food connects us all, Yahoo Life is serving up a heaping plateful of table talk with people who are passionate about what's on their menu in Deglazed, a series about food. In the latest installment of the series, Yahoo Life speaks with Kaley Cuoco about her role as Smirnoff's "chief summer officer," the one food that is strictly off-limits for her, her favorite indulgences and tips for the perfect summer barbecue. Watch the video above for more.
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Ulven — whose dreamy-angsty songs like "Girls" and "We Fell in Love in October" speak unambiguously about girl-girl crushes, love, relationships, sex and heartache — places great importance on queer visibility in pop culture.
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Anna Faris is a work in progress. The actor, 45, recently opened up in an interview with Chelsea Handler on Handler's podcast, Dear Chelsea, about her life post-divorce and how she’s "still learning" how to accept love in her life. "Being a stepmom… I'm still learning. I really am,” she explained of co-parenting her new husband Michael Barrett's two children, which he has from a previous relationship. “I felt at first I wanted to be kinda like this wild, new, reckless person in their lives, because I was also going through a divorce." Faris married cinematographer Barrett in 2021, after meeting him on the film Overboard.