Sophia! And Nicky! (Who in the world thought we needed more Sam Healy flashbacks?)
Soso proves that people well-versed on racism can still be racist.
That’s the thing about racism: It doesn’t have to take the form of slurs or stump speeches. Yeah, it can look like a Cheeto with a mouth running for president. But it can also look like a Regular Guy walking around in an $1,100 suit.
Waverly comes out on Wynonna Earp, Marjorie finally gets mistaken for Selina on Veep, and what the heck with the weird bi panic, Lady Dynamite?
“Why waste my time digging one six-foot hole when I could dig six one-foot holes. That’s just murder math.”
Imagine you’re a child today and you’re watching Steven Universe: The Return and you finally see yourself not only represented on a show that’s specifically made for you, but treated with respect, love and reverence — and then imagine that you’re finally able feel those things about yourself.
French Slytherins never die.
Before Ghostbusters arrives in theaters and ushers in the Matriarchy and destroys all evidence that men ever existed in movies or in real life, let us celebrate the best ghosts.
Batwoman’s girlfriend is coming to National City, another sneak peek of Finding Dory, queer comedians tell the most important jokes, white dudes continue to rule TV, and Bobby Brown says Whitney Houston was bi after all.
Hey, Sarah Manning is bi! And so is Waverly on Wynonna Earp (she finally kissed Haught right on the mouth!). Also, Scream is back and Rosewood ended stupidly.
Orange is the New Black Season 4 debuts June 17th, and here’s everything we know about new characters, new storylines, and the Seattle Bicycle Cop #2. Spoilers abound!
Marjorie is a trained Secret Service agent. Surely that increases her and Catherine’s chances of survival.
I can believe in aliens, but I cannot believe that the lady with the mullet who lives in the woods with her young female assistant and trains dogs is straight.
Lexa might not have seen peace in her lifetime, but her legacy will be equality in representation, in defying the tropes, and in holding creators accountable for minority representation.
In a TV year full of heartbreak and disappointment, it’s nice to know at least one gay lady is bullet-proof.
She told America they couldn’t pray away the gay, and she was right, and we believed her.
In eleven weeks, queer fans of The 100 have completely revolutionized the conversation about about how TV treats its LGBT characters, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down.
On the very last episode ever of “Faking It,” everybody attends a very weird New Year’s Eve party.
And dang, Grey’s Anatomy, can a bisexual Latina get a break?
All it takes is treating two women with scorching on-screen chemistry the same way you’d treat an opposite-sex pairing with that same rare and wondrous spark.