This week on Faking It, everybody reads Amy’s diary and you’re probably going to end up in compost detention.
It’s the season three finale and Stef’s breast cancer didn’t kill her at all! Not even a little bit!
Plus Callie and Arizona have a conversation on Grey’s Anatomy, and someone who isn’t a lesbian gets killed on Younger.
The dead lesbian TV characters trope is even worse than you think.
This week on Faking It, Zita throws a “Surprise Bar Mitzvah” but nobody gets me a gift basket and Karma and Amy debate the pros and cons of squashing this thing and reuniting as “best friends” forever.
Another day, another stray arrow in the eyeball. Plus: Hannah has her first queer hook-up on Girls.
From “Oy Vey, You’re Gay” to “The Deadlier Sex” to “Holy Lesbo Batman!” and beyond!
Not enough Annalise and Eve this season on HTGAWM, but at least they’re not dead! Plus Grey’s Anatomy gives us a break from crying with PUPPIES.
In 1827, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce took world’s first photograph. On March 17th, 2016, Jojo Whilden released photographs taken for Netflix of “Orange Is The New Black” Season Four.
Welcome back to “Faking It,” a show in which Amy definitely doesn’t have feelings for Karma anymore at all, definitely not.
It has been 24 episodes since Emily had a real love interest. The longest any other Liar has gone without a love interest is three episodes.
In one of the best-ever episodes of The Fosters, Stef conquers her fear of the word “butch” and learns to love her whole self.
Just a little light reading to complement our enormous list of dead TV characters.
Ali Liebert arrives in style on Legends of Tomorrow, Honey and Jessica go back to the Denim Turtle on Fresh off the Boat, and Eve invites Annalise to run away with her (again).
So many women who’ve suffered death by television and just-so-happened to also like other women.
In honor of our seventh birthday, a look back on the seven television shows with the biggest impact on the representation of LGBTQ women over the last seven years.
Monty tells Lena she didn’t prey on a female student, while the female student continues to insist that she did.
It’s been a pretty terrible week for queer TV viewers, but at least the lesbians on The Walking Dead aren’t dead yet!
“Expound the value of systematic deception, use high-sounding slogans and phrases and advocate lavish promises [or roses] to the masses even though they cannot be kept.”
It’s been way too long since a building came to life to murder the Liars.