Autostraddle walks you through the entire history of trans female characters on American television from 1965-2015.
This week on Faking It, everybody has a great time at Game Night and Karma gets very jealous about the new girl in town!
Boxed In will make you feel known, and it looks like Callie and Arizona are headed to court to brawl over Sofia in the next episode of Grey’s Anatomy.
Person of Interest really, truly is going gay. Orphan Black’s fourth season continues to be spectacular. Brittani Nichols is in a new series on IFC. Raven-Symone returns to Black-ish. And even more queer TV!
This week on “Faking It,” everybody goes to a haunted hook-up party and it turns out Amy isn’t the only lady-loving lady in Hester High. Also, the mid-season trailer teases some girl-on-girl action.
Ruby and Dorothy smooch on Once Upon a Time, Haught gets closer to Waverly on Wynonna Earp, and where the heck is Luisa?
Unreal’s web-exclsuive series is delightfully gay. Empire is still Empire. And Penny just will not go away on Grey’s.
The fourth season of Orphan Black fully focuses on the things that made the first season so special.
“Jessica Williams would be the type of friend that would tell me to my face that my shirt is open and everyone can see my bra as plainly and swiftly as telling someone her drink order.”
This week on Faking It, everybody goes to SwingFest but it’s not the kind of SwingFest Karma’s parents thought it would be! HEY-O!
Waverly and Haught sitting in a tree, F-L-I-R-T-I-N-G!
Let’s hope Pippy and TMI didn’t drive off a cliff during Rosewood’s two-week hiatus.
“If anything, the lesbians should wish for a character like [her] to be killed off since she just preyed on a powerful lesbian in order to fulfill her heterosexual ambitions.”
This week on “Faking It,” Shane dyes his hair blue for a minute, there’s a new trans character, Amy wants Lauren to star in a documentary about being intersex, Felix comes back and I made you a really neat chart.
Queer TV is shaky this year, but there’s another Carmilla-adjacent webseries to bring you joy!
When it comes to their queer female characters, these shows are hitting it out of the park.
All the camp and Canadian-ness of Lost Girl, all the angst and antagonism of Jessica Jones.
We buried one lesbian TV character last night while two more got killed.
What will we be watching? Who will die first?
Supergirl’s feminism is definitely 101, but we all had to start somewhere.