Max and Anne actually have a conversation, and so do Arizona and Webber. Allison moves in on The Real O’Neals. And it’s time to talk about Aubrey Plaza on Legion.
Do we really need another reminder, on what’s supposed to be one of the most feminist shows on TV, that straight white guys get everything they want (including the literal best girl) just because they feel like they deserve it? Isn’t reading the news every day reminder enough?
Hey remember when Stef and Lena made out in the rain? Good times. Good memories. Good ol’ days.
Alex saves the day again and again and Kara finally realizes she’s too good for Mon-El.
Planning on spending a lot of time on the couch? Here are 31 shows that would be good even without lesbian, bisexual and otherwise-identified queer female characters but luckily, they do!
You can’t have a ripped-from-the-headlines legal show without a Milo Yiannopoulos episode.
The new Bake Off line-up has been announced and it’s as confusing as everything else in 2017.
Lesbian moms making out in the rain alert!
Never underestimate how deeply satisfying it is to see a woman vanquish a man who has underestimated her – on television or in real life.
Which kale-lovin’, overly-emotional lesbian are you?
Make that 175 dead lesbian and bisexual characters on TV! Also: Arizona and Minnick slept together (kind of) on Grey’s Anatomy.
Buffy is a queer rite of passage. Everybody’s got a Buffy story. These are some of ours.
Crime-fighting girlfriends, gal pals, and the eternal bonds of sisterhood!
This episode has it all. Twitter harassment, revenge porn, good Scotch, FAKE NEWS!
Topics include ratings for When We Rise, same-sex smooching on a Disney cartoon, Moonlight, LeFou being gay obviously, and also some important Nancy Kerrigan news.
Jude decides to learn about gay sex from a dating app, Callie finally graduates, Brandon and Emma keep a bigger secret from Jesus than the one he thinks they’re keeping from him, and Stef goes a little bit bananas.
Alex introduces her girlfriend to her long lost dad. Kind of.
ABC has dedicated eight primetime hours to a sweeping miniseries charting LGBT history from the ’70s ’til a few years ago and it’s pretty great except for the bad wigs.
Yes, friends, we have ourselves a good, old-fashioned alpha-female off!
We talked to One Day at a Time writers, Becky Mann and Michelle Badillo, about gay representation on TV, how Autostraddle came to be in the script, their queer TV roots, what kind of LGBT stories are missing from TV and what’s in store for Elena in a potential next season.