Plus updates on: This Way Up, Grand Hotel, BN90210, and Killjoys!
A definitive look back on the greatest, gayest show about a heterosexual romance of our time.
Frame by frame. In obsessive detail.
The season two finale of Pose is here to make you cry your eyeballs out (in a good way!).
If breaking the so-called “rules” of Paradise means we get to watch Kristian and Demi profess their love for each other and make out by a pool during primetime, on one of the longest-running reality shows in the US, then I’m fucking here for it.
Arthie’s huge transitional moment is her new relationship with Yolanda, in full swing at the top of the season. Which means, yes, *announcer voice* SEASON THREE OF GLOW HAS LESBIAN SEX!
“Squeee!!! Little black nerdy girls in baby gay love!! IT’S SO CUTE!!”
Autostraddle’s own Drew Gregory special guests on this hilarious episode of “To L and Back” in which we meet Helena for the first time, Jenny and Shane hunt for a new roommate, Bette looks great in New York City and makes one girl in a tank top VERY happy.
Plus updates on Beverly Hills 90210, Claws, Bachelor in Paradise, and Ambitions!
Our girls take a much deserved trip out of the city and to the beach!
A Black Lady Sketch Show recognizes that “black ladies” come across a variety of gender identities and sexualities. Black lesbians are funny. Black queer women are funny. Black trans women are funny. And we aren’t going anywhere, any time soon.
Thus spoke Mia Kirshner.
Brittani Nichols guest-stars on this epic episode of “To L and Back,” aka the one where Carmen straddles Shane in her red boy-briefs!
Plus updates in Ackley Bridge and Claws.
“Black people caring for each other or holding any sort of intimate space together is something that I rarely see on TV. With Black queer people and specifically. Black masculinity is politicized and weaponized so much that sometimes I think it walks into the room before I do.”
The mideason finale of Good Trouble showcases the hard, un-glamorous, often solitary work of becoming an adult — something it does better than most shows on television.
Amazon Prime was trying to hide this bisexual Wonder Woman type of superhero from you by calling its show The Boys but I’m here to help.
Certified Jenny apologist Brittany Ashley joins Riese and Carly to discuss Episode 202 “Lap Dance,” which made us all want to go get some Lo Mein and ask strangers “are you a player?”
We can debate the actual quality of Euphoria, but what’s undeniable is Sam Levinson is writing about people most of the film and television world has ignored. After two failed movies focusing on cis white people and one mediocre HBO movie about an old cis white guy, Levinson discovered what Hollywood at large still hasn’t.