“Vegan Cinderella” ends on a bright note, entering the small canon of TV love stories between queer women that get a happy ending.
If you’re looking for trans actors playing trans characters, the absolute best place on TV to look is Jill Soloway’s show for Amazon Prime, Transparent.
Sappho protect us.
Kate McKinnon and Sarah Paulson and Jill Soloway (and Ellen and Hillary and Laverne and Tatiana Maslany and Regina King and Marcia Clark and Holland Taylor), oh my!
Carmilla and Laura are back and they can’t keep their hands off each other. Also: summoning circles! And Keith Mars!
Ten years ago everybody wanted to know which “L Word” actresses were gay but nobody dared to spill — now that everyone is gay or bisexual, these pressing questions can finally be answered.
This is a story centered around poor Black and Latinx communities, their struggles with institutional abandonment, and their journeys to self-love and empowerment.
This Labor Day Olivia Pope wants you to know it’s handled.
Rhea Butcher and Cameron Esposito’s new show is truly delightful.
The star of the Disney Channel’s Shake it Off, a dance show co-starring Zendaya, answered a fan who sent the question “are you bisexual?” with a simple “yes.”
As a woman don’t work at night but also don’t be home at night but also don’t be out at night.
When you really shake Pretty Little Liars down to its core, the storytelling crutch it has leaned on again and again is: pinning a bunch of mysterious nefarious actions on an underdeveloped queer or trans woman and then murdering her.
Before ‘Women Who Love Women Who Love Recycling,’ there was ‘Dirty Dancing In Danskos.’
When asked why focuses so much on LGBTQ issues on her show, Sugar answered “I want to feel like I exist and I want everyone else who wants to feel that way to feel that way too.”
Stef and Lena celebrate the fourth year of their first year anniversary.
I just want to pick her up like I am a grown-up panda and she is a baby panda.
Holy cats, the show I fell in love with is back (at least for an episode).
Emily wore suspenders and finally asked a girl out on a date.
Welcome back, Stef and Lena, my perfect angel babies.
I’m hopeful, though, that TV in particular has the potential to introduce richer disabled people with stronger context and more to say than “look how sad my life is.”