Hey, and spoiler alert: No gay women die!
It’s a dark world, but there’s hope in stories, including lesbians on shows like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “The Good Fight,” and “Imposters,” an epic miniseries about the LGBT rights movement and a non-binary character on “Billions.”
One Day at a Time is so revolutionary in its depictions of what a family might actually look like in America. It’s got the same recipe of an old school family sitcom but turns the norm on its head because it centers the family’s brownness and provides ample social commentary to deliver a fantastic modern-day sitcom.
Netflix’s new sitcom eschews the long white tradition of TV comedies and focuses on a Latinx family with a lesbian daughter and a mom who reads our website!
Drink every time the camera cuts to Jennifer Lawrence and she’s not drinking directly out of the table’s Moet bottle.
Just wondering, no reason.
2016 was the best of times and the worst of times. JK, it was the absolute worst of times. A lot of queer women died on TV. But a lot of them kissed and made googly eyes at each other too.
Brown called a family meeting, and after a few tense moments where she said “You guys are freaking out, which is making me freak out,” she came out by saying “I’m gay.”
Let this movie warm your heart and jerk your tears as we stumble into 2017.
Christmas Day sees the last episodes of the Bake Off as we know it; let’s see it off into the dark night together.
Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher’s “Take My Wife” has been renewed for Season Two and you can celebrate with egg nog, whiskey cider, hot toddies, cold toddies, and this tiny video from a rag-tag crew of four tiny lesbians including your favorite Canadian twins, Tegan & Sara.
“The Other Love Story was such a breath of fresh air in many ways. Aadya and Aachal felt like any other regular person: they were not coded Butch or Femme, like too many of these stories tend to do, and neither were overly Westernized nor overly exotified. They just were.”
Hey, what if we altogether stop killing off women to advance the plots of men? Even in maybe-not-real flash forwards?
Join Alaina and Cecelia as they talk you through NBC’s latest holiday musical extravaganza!
Black Mirror found a loophole through the Bury Your Gays conundrum but skirted near one of the most frustrating disability tropes in the process.
There’s no such thing as too much Supergirl.
The show’s meta-commentary may have been funny, but it’s ultimately pointless.
Meet Kyle McCoy and Cody Lee, two girls who like girls who also dream of becoming America’s Next Top Model. Also: Family Guy really might do this Meg Is a Lesbian thing, scissoring in lesbian movies, Young M.A., Dolly Parton, Cameron Esposito and so much more!
Being an almost-but-not-dead gay woman on a TV show will really force you to sort out your priorities.
Maggie wants to be friends. Alex does not want that. Alex wants so much more than that.