Uncomfortable-Funny New Webseries Is a Lesbian Version of Girls


Backed by the illustrious Issa Rae of Awkward Black Girl fame, new web series, Little Horribles, provides a realistic, uncomfortable, and NSFW-ish look at love and sex between the ladies.

Written and created by comedic powerhouse Amy York Rubin, it premiered online last week, and is already racking up the YouTube views.

From Little Horribles website:

Written and created by Amy York Rubin, “Little Horribles” is a darkly comedic web series following the poor decisions of a self-indulgent lesbian. The series chronicles all those things that really aren’t that big of a deal and follows Amy as she navigates her thirties in Los Angeles. Hailed as the “Lesbian ‘Girls’” (by some lesbians in Silverlake) the show rips apart and laughs in the face of those painfully uncomfortable moments that no one wants to remember, but everyone does.
The show’s unique voice is what attracted so many talented people to get involved early on. The first six episodes feature Cynthia Stevenson (The Player, Dead Like Me, Happiness), Issa Rae (hit web series “Awkward Black Girl”) and a slew of UCB alum, including Ilana Glazer (currently appearing on the Amy Poehler produced show Broad City on Comedy Central), Echo Kellum (set to appear in two NBC pilots in 2013), Ann Carr (Louie), Asif Ali (staring in the NBC multi-camera, Joe, Joe & Jane) and many more!

Lesbian Girls? Why not? In fact: Hell yes to all of that. What the world needs is more stories by ladies for ladies (and everyone else!) and as a fan of uncomfortable as hell comedy, I have a feeling this could get really good.

[via Feministing]

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