I am writing down the Bechdel test for my reference.
1.) If the film has two named female characters
2.) Who talk to each other
3.) About something other than a man
It passes the Bechdel test.
My thoughts: Glee passed the Bechdel test in most episodes. "The Musketeers" has passed it in a couple of episodes, though if the female characters weren't talking about a man, they were talking about babies, in a number of cases. The Avengers have the Black Widow, but mostly men talking to men and sometimes men talking with women.
Rainjoy put up a new chapter of the Affinity!Verse. She put in a link to a philosophical problem. I read that after I read the chapter. I would have felt that the chapter was very artificial if I had read that first. However, it did seem to explain some things about past!Aramis and Affinity!Verse Aramis.
I texted a "Happy Birthday" to J. I called him later to verbally wish him a happy birthday.
I walked around the yard. The American cranberry bush viburnum is in full bloom. The dill, rosemary, and pineapple sage in the herb garden were still alive. I watered them and the sweet flag.
I did a rare review of a book on Goodreads. I reviewed LGBT Youth Issues Today: A Reference Handbook by David E. Newton. I recommended it to Uly and OctoberCountry.
Later: I chatted with WhiteSheepCBD and J.-PA.