Callie thinks Arizona is going to get her heart broken all over again if she keeps loving Dr. Herman. She’s probably right.
Stormer and Kimber will be a couple in the new Jem and the Holograms comic book, but they were kind of already a couple in the ’80s cartoon.
I woke up this morning with a burning desire to talk about Tori from “Saved by The Bell.” Did you wake up wanting to talk about Mama Keaton or Darlene Conner? I bet you did.
Stef and Lena agree to let Callie go, and Rosie’s got a brand new house.
Brittany and Santana say “I do.” (And Kurt and Blaine do too.)
Emily meets her girlfriend’s husband, and Hanna dances like she’s possessed by the Holy Ghost.
Arizona and Callie smile for the first time in ages, while Bailey teaches her husband how to act when a family member comes out as trans.
So is it worth it? That depends. For a freedom loving techy like me who cringes at the thought of handing over $100 to Comcast every month for bad customer service, absolutely.
“I want her to protect me from the evil of the Patriarchy. We could be happy together.”
Let us put you in the mood to swoon with these sweet and syrupy femslash wedding fics.
Callie and Arizona try to move on without each other. Obviously it only takes Callie three seconds to make another woman fall in love with her.
The kids all leave the house for one night, so Stef and Lena get down to the serious business of drinking wine and scissoring.
Unique is back, and as flawless as ever!
Tali and Emily take their relationship to the next level of honesty, while Mike takes all the Liars’ blood and sells it on the black market.
Ooey gooey romantic fluff with a sprinkle of smut on top.
Jude and Connor pinky hug while Stef and Lena glower at each other.
This week on Glee, Brittany and Santana start planning their BIG FAT LESBIAN WEDDING, and everybody sings for their supper.
This past week, Empire’s Tiana Brown revealed that she has a girlfriend. In addition to her boyfriend. We need to talk about this!
“I think you can put so many people of color on TV shows, but until there are more people of color who are making those decisions to put those actors and actresses in those roles, we’re not quite at that point yet. We need more Shonda Rhimes in our lives.”
Emily and Talia, sitting in tree! K-I-S-S-I-N-G!