Is Willow’s insistence on identifying as gay, not bi, a biphobic or bi-erasing gesture? Or is she actually something separate, something more progressive and interesting than bi erasure – a strong, dynamic character whose sexual orientation is genuinely fluid?
These ladies have a standing invitation to the smoke circle of my heart.
This week on Glee, everyone we love (including Brittany!) came back to Lima to sing, dance, eat at the Cracker Barrel (offscreen), cry and kiss each other!
I’d like to vote this episode the least likely to answer anything without producing twelve more questions in its wake.
“Stef and I say, “Nothing intimate about that!” and then Stef and I laugh, but the Serious Music of Relationship Doom starts and Stef and I know we’ve made a terrible mistake.”
Questions got answered, but now I have even more questions than before! Updated with a post episode mini recap!
Don’t worry, Tom. It’s a lesbian thing.
The cast of “Orange is the New Black” was at PaleyFest on friday to give us an inside look on how Season One has changed their lives and what we can look forward to in Season Two.
Anime gets frequently stereotyped as full of empty “fanservice” girls, with cardboard personalities and unrealistic body proportions. But in spite of them I’ve found plenty of great female characters in anime who I can relate to…and lust after.
The one with wedding dresses because why not.
This week on Glee, everybody competed in a big contest and some people won and some people lost and other people ate pudding for dinner with forks!
Yes, I am going to fill this recap with as many monkey puns as possible. No, there is nothing you can do to stop me.
“Morello is apparently applying for a job as a 1940′s sailor, Leanne is going to be a shoulder pad model and Sophia is just being plain gorgeous.”
“Brandon tells Dani he’ll pay her back but she says it was a gift and giving makes her happy, happy, happy! Then, she says she has one request and I don’t want to know what it is. I pause the show, eat Skittles and consider quitting the recapping life.”
“Oh by the way, our exes are dating each other now… Marissa and Alex, no longer welcome in the red states.”
The only way I’d ever be interested in watching any of these stupid shows would be if their female characters were upgraded from subplots to the main event. Actually that would be AWESOME.
Right this very minute we have Lindsay Lohan’s reality show, where we get to watch Oprah Winfrey life coach Lilo through her recovery! This space is reserved for you to process your feelings as it happens.
The one where the writer’s were like, “Meh, let’s just accuse random people of being A from now on. Who cares if it makes any sense?”
These are the questions you had for Ari Cold Pizza Fitz this week.
This week on Glee, everybody yelled at each other some more! Then there was a cool band at a hot club called CALLBACKS. Also, I think waitress uniforms are the new Cheerios uniforms.