Shit is going down in the bathroom, y’all.
The 7th season of the special effects reality competition welcomes amateur female Jell-O wrestling lover Stella Sensel
Don’t listen to the fandom on Tumblr and TVTropes: There’s nothing in this popular web series for discerning feminist or, really, any viewers.
It’s possible that Portia de Rossi and Kerry Washington will be on your TV screen at the same time. This week has peaked.
Emily Rios, who plays lesbian reporter Adriana Mendez in FX series The Bridge, came out during an interview at TCA’s FX day.
The recap in which I realize everything that’s wrong about the fact we’re only watching this show for the queers and not the content.
So many LGBT Emmy nominees, most importantly Laverne Cox!
I think Poussey could say she’s invented the toilet brush and y’all would buy yourselves at least six toilet brushes, you would have a room in your house just for toilet brushes.
Everyone: ALI NO
Ali: ALI YES
Lena Waithe’s web series about a queer Black woman navigating her twenties is coming to a television near you!
“i swear to god i thought hanna was about to come out in this episode” – Forever Intern Grace
CLONE DANCE PARTY! CLONE DANCE PARTY! CLONE DANCE PARTY!
The Prodigal Daughter of White Trojan Horsery has returned to Litchfield, minus her bespectacled toxic popsicle and plus a newer harder attitude. What adventures await our little vanilla wafer? Time can only tell, inmating ritualists.
“But just when you think you know where it’s going, the story turns. What emerges is a series feels less like a ‘transgender comedy’ and more like a distinctive TV show that just has a bunch of trans casting. And while aspects of transition are covered, they occupy a more background role. For instance, Sam and Sü discussing living plans over black market electrolysis, or a shot of mail-order hormones.”
Here’s another episode in which the Liars find themselves lying.
How do you solve a problem like Helena? Probably not with marijuana.
The Fosters is back! You’re excited. Let’s talk about it.
There is no tradition more time-honored than playing the role of a random New Yorker who discovers a corpse in Central Park on an episode of Law and Order.
Then this show throws out the most shocking twist of all: Donnie is actually a competent human being! Oh no you guys… do I actually like Donnie now? Is this real life?
Breaking news from the ultra important international headquarters of quiltbaggery: Jackie Cruz, who plays Flaca on Orange is the New Black and is an absolute certified babe, is the same chick who made out with Kourtney Kardashian in a lesbian club after they took that weird art class together.