Faberry and Brittana and Swan Queen and Xena and Janeway and Korrasami, oh my!
Piper and Alex make plans to be stereotypical lesbeans! Black Cindy gets some new curls. Flaca starts a feelings-war with her homegirls in the kitchen. And everyone fills out their E-Harmony profile together!
Sara Harvey takes Emily to get a tattoo while Spencer and Hanna go creeping in the Radley Basement of Infinite Horrors.
Alison finds out all the ways Charles tried to murder her when she was a baby, and Emily defiles the Holy Water.
“I’m still processing this. I’m not okay.”
Plus Lena keeps not telling Stef about how her boss kissed her, and Doc Yewll is so unimpressed with the St. Louis arch comes crumbling down.
“Yes, I’ve been ousted from Internet retirement by the sweet harkening of a fellow bulldyke on TV. And truly, I was not disappointed.”
Poussey and Taystee hold a funeral to honor the books martyred in the Conflagration of Three Days Ago. Piper and Alex have more hate sex. And Nicky self-destructs.
The new TBS comedy, Clipped, features a queer woman of color playing a queer woman of color!
“There was way more crowning than I was prepared for, but maybe that’s radical for a TV show?”
Are you sad because you binged and now it’s over? Don’t worry; that’s what fan fiction is for!
Alison’s brother’s imaginary friend is A, duh.
An amazing roundtable with funny Hollywood females including Kate McKinnon, Rosie Perez talks to The Trevor Project about wanting to hump her junior high girlfriend all the time, Andreja Pejic’s groundbreaking new gig, what Bennett was thinking and more!
The Liars make it home from A’s dollhouse in one piece, kind of.
Daya’s STILL pregnant. We shouldn’t ever douche with Lysol or let the bed bugs out of our chia poons. Also, sex stuff happened. Bring enough snacks for the group and get in here!
Also, Younger ended a fantastic first season and USA released the first 15 minutes of Complications.
IT’S HERE. WE’RE ALL HERE TOGETHER AND IT’S HERE.
Lena makes the very bad decision not to tell Stef that she kissed Monty.
“Stahma Tarr has undergone one of the most remarkable patriarchy-smashing story arcs I’ve ever seen, just a straight up Squib-to-Slytherin transformation that actually all started when she fell in love with another woman.”
It’s live! Tell us all your feelings, and we will tell you ours!