Smarts:B.A in Communications (majoring in Video
Production & Photography) Day Job: Videotape Operator in a large
cable TV company
Residence: Sydney, Australia Likes:Slicey, travelling, going
on adventures, LEGO, toys, films, photography, TV shows, pizza, ATARI, PC
games, soundtracks and my new IPOD. Dislikes: Moths, slugs, angry people,
cooked capsicums (peppers) and pineapple on a pizza.
SLICEY - Webmaster
International Marketing Day Job: Stay at home webmaster,
part time retail.
City, KS, USA Likes:Keanu
Reeves movies, road trips, 80s hair bands, spicy foods, and trivia games Dislikes: Black
and white movies, being lost, dill seasoning, New Age music, and Charades Email: email@example.com
THE SCI-FI BARD
Day Job: Slacker poet, writer,
thinker, philosopher, hugger, mirth-giver Residence:South Coast of England, nr
Portsmouth Interests:Thinking, noticing the
little things in life, using my imagination, creating things Likes:Making people laugh, Amber
Benson, Science Fiction in ALL its' forms, hugs, good American tv shows, Jim
Henson, Garfield, Piglet, lightning, ebay, Outer Space, music/singing (e.g.
Jeff Buckley, Shawn Colvin etc), crispy aromatic duck, Lego, Dali, wood,
collecting books/DVDs/CDs etc Dislikes:Not getting hugs, getting up before 11:30am,
rude people, bigots, ignorance, racism, religion Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Smarts: B.A in English Literature, Honors in
Creative Writing (University of Michigan) Day Job: flying trapeze artist,
multi-tasker, freelance aspirant, entrepreneuress assistant, blogger,
stair-master, writer, omelette-maker, stunt woman,
Residence: New York, NY
Likes: eyeliner, bookstores, the costume of
the day, quotes, magazines, ira glass, iTunes, making collages, my laptop,
the subway, Sharmen, queer as folk, Susan Powter, hands Dislikes: wasting time, talking on the
phone, people who say "I'm not into reading," republicans, unnecessary
drama, traffic Email:email@example.com
The History of The L Word Online
A little fate and a lot of hard work led us
to where we are today. Okay, so it was a lot of fate,
a bit of persistence, and a great appreciation for Kate Moennig's ...
*ahem* ... body of work.
It all began on July 12, 2000 when a little
show called Young Americans debuted on The WB network. Slicey was immediately (albeit, reluctantly)
drawn to the show and made her first timid ventures online in search of
information about the show and its stars.
A few months later, on the other side of the
world, Oz was also researching YA online. As luck would have
it, we both ended up in the same place.
A couple of years later, fate would strike
again. Well, it was either fate or Slicey's procrastination and poor
planning. Anyhoo, in July 2002, Slicey found herself
stranded in New York City with no way to get to the YA fan gathering
being held in Maryland. Oz and friends to the rescue! Oz and Slicey
spent the hours-long car ride discussing the important things in life... you
know, like The Matrix and of course Ms Moennig.
We decided against starting a Kate Moennig
since there were several good ones out there already. But we never
stopped following Kate's career (and all the YA actors, for that
It was early summer 2003 when we learned that Kate had been
cast in a new lesbian series titled Earthlings. Oz put her research ingenuity to work and
began finding out bits of information about this new series. Whenever
Oz discovered something new, we would send the info to magazines or web
sites we liked (such as www.afterellen.com)
After a couple of months, we decided to keep the info for ourselves and
share it with everyone in our own way, and in October 2003 The L Word Online
This site was created out of a love for the
characters, the subject matter, and of course, Ms. Moennig herself. We
admire the determination and hard work of everyone both in front of the
camera and behind the scenes who put so much effort into creating this
wonderful piece of TV history for us to enjoy each and every week.
The L Word
Online has been designed by
Unique images designed by Oz.
Site maintained by Oz &
This website is intended to be fun and informative, and was created with respect
to show appreciation for the women and men involved in the creation of TV's
first real lesbian drama. This site is not endorsed, sponsored, or
affiliated with Showtime Networks Inc., the television series "The L Word," or
any person involved in the making of the show. No copyright infringement
is intended. Images and other borrowed content are copyright their
respective owners. Credit is given where due. All original content
is the sole property of the creators of
The L Word Online
copyright October 2003.