I’m curing an allergy attack with hot toddies, let’s recap this sucker!
To which my own response was like Oprah’s, “Oh, girl.”
So, this article about the GLAAD “Where We Are on TV” report basically turned into an encyclopedia of LGBTQ female characters we’re gonna see in 2014-2015.
Baby, take that fellowship and shine like the glorious sun that you are and were destined to be. May the love of what you do be a gift to our entire family.
In which Maura makes a friend, the siblings continue to make terrible interpersonal choices, and also there are some geese.
The winds start blowing both literally and metaphorically as we lead up the the season finale.
This week on Faking It, Girls Night becomes “Lots of Girls Night”!
This episode was brought to you in part by infallible white men, lesbian detectives I want to spoon, tiny bisexual girls with questionable morals, and by viewers like you.
Wednesday, October 1st at 11/10c “Girl Code” returns. Resident lesbian Quinn Marcus tells us what we have to look forward to.
Wherein in Alex Vause returns and we all collectively wet our pants.
Calzona is the worst couple combo name ever. It’s like something you can order at Pizza Hut but shouldn’t because it will give you a heart attack and/or hella greasy pores.
Fox’s biggest hope just might live up to the hype, as long as it lets its queer women of color shine.
An exasperated trans woman and her three narcissistic kids walk into a bar.
“That’s just my face penis.”
This week on “Faking It,” Amy woke up in bed with Liam, Tommy spills Lauren’s secret, and Karma waterboards Amy’s heart! Welcome back!
Left wanting more Words With Girls? We have some good news.
Hey remember that time Brittani Nichols got her lesbian TV show produced? IT’S ONLY THE MOST EXCITING THING TO EVER HAPPEN.
Watch the “Words With Girls” pilot RIGHT NOW. I’ll be here basically all day answering questions, chatting about the pilot, and hoping no one says anything too mean on YouTube.
Thailand’s new television series focus on homosexuality and other complex issues facing youth with nuance and aplomb…and will also suck you into a black hole of screen time.
Do TV creators internalize the stereotypes portrayed on TV as “normal,” replicating it in their work environments and causing additional stereotyped portrayals? That’s a chicken-or-the-egg question of art imitating life imitating art.