“Her uniform consists of a Degrassi varsity jacket, though I think she’s too cool to actually be a part of any organized sport, and, of course, an opened peanut butter jar that she is always snacking on. THIS IS THE PERSON I WANT TO BE.”
“Oh by the way, our exes are dating each other now… Marissa and Alex, no longer welcome in the red states.”
We’re finally using that plus one to a wedding! This week we’re stripping down lesbian TV couples in their finest! Style like Brittana, Sharmen, Talice, Fiona & Imogen and the Moms from The Fosters!
Vanessa and Lizz went to the NYC GLAAD Media Awards 2013 and managed to become BFFs with the girls who play lesbians on Degrassi and exclusively interview Wilson Cruz, Milla Jovovich, Honey Boo Boo’s Mama June, and more important humans!
Our favorites from this year’s inconsistent but often lovely cornucopia of women who like other women and aren’t afraid to show it (on television).
On the upside, nobody died in a fire.
I AM VAMPIRE
Degrassi, the Canadian show that “goes there,” has a transgender character and the Florida Family Association is in a hot panic!
Tellofilms.com is offering a $3.99 monthly subscription for some gay online/tv series, Real L Word’s Nikki & Jill dish on the wedding in Curve, season 2 of Pretty Little Liars, and a new No Doubt CD coming this year.
This list of TV’s greatest Television Couples is also totally biased, but it’s biased in your favor, so we think you’ll like it better than the other ones.
GLAAD’s network responsibility index shows per ushe that there aren’t enough lesbians on TV. But something else surprising happened this year — the teenagers kicked our butts! Who was the first young queer you remember seeing on teevee?
GLAAD applauds Glee, viewers love Modern Family, and Rose Rollins & Mia Kirshner are gonna be in the same episode of CSI! Also, Ellen Page & Drew Barrymore just don’t cuddle in public like they used to and Emily Deschanel & Alyson Hannigan go to second base.
Evan Rachel Wood will be a blood-sucking lesbian, maybe. Ted Kennedy sponsored a number of LGBT and human rights bills. Tori Amos has feelings about Lady Gaga.
“We’ll comb desperately and hungrily through minutes upon minutes of storylines we don’t care about on shows we’ve never seen before — aliens! middle schoolers! telenovelas! big brother 10! — to reach the two-minute morsel we care about more than we probably should: the holy grail of promised homosexual content.”