The failures of family, the joys of friendship, and a nonsensical but incredible musical number—just another day in Riverdale!
The show putting Ruby and Sapphire together isn’t a fluke — these two are a great match for each other, both stubborn and passionate and potentially dangerous with their respective abilities to generate heat and cold. They’re literally cut from the same stone.
Lesbians can be rich and mean too.
Whatever my quibbles with All American, it’s moments like these that truly separate the show from nearly every other one on television. Everything about the scene between Coop and her mother felt real and lived in it’s not just that All American is telling this story, it’s that they’re doing it in a way that feels authentic.
Alex and Kelly’s relationship is put to the test as a shapeshifter tries to shake things up for Team Supergirl.
We’ve got 82 Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer-ish Netflix TV shows streaming right now on the very internet you’re reading!
Arlan Hamilton was truly delighted to join us for the most depressing “L Word” episode so far. It was really good but also like… really sad. But it didn’t stop Helena from going on three dates in one day!
Plus updates on: American Horror Story, Almost Family, Why Women Kill, and How To Get Away With Murder!
Fanservice at its finest!
The show’s season four premiere serves as a Luke Perry tribute and a reminder of the compelling themes pulsating beneath Riverdale’s chaos.
Impulse is a fast-paced drama with a slow-burn potential lesbian character to invest in.
Before we had queer witches, we had queer werewolves and Heretics, too.
Beyond just redefining what it means to be “All American,” this show also gave us one of the most groundbreaking depictions of a black lesbian on network television ever.
Kara and Lena set us up for a season of subtext and stress; Kelly & Alex and Nia & Brainy remain adorable.
“If you’re doing an anal sex seminar, why are you eating chicken wings?”
A new teaser for “The L Word: Generation Q” ensures representation of Tops, Bottoms and Verses, as well as lovers, dreamers, activists, heartbreakers, non-conformists and side-hustlers!
Plus, Angelia Ross is killing it in American Horror Story: 1984 and updates on Why Women Kill!
October is upon us, which means it us our duty, as gays, to celebrate all entire 31 days of Halloween.
I personally have an extra layer of loving it already because I feel like Victoria Cartagena was always destined to give us a queer character to root for but Renee Montoya’s time on Gotham was cut devastatingly short, so this feels right in my bones.
It’s an excellent addition to both the cinematic Bat-universe and to The CW’s (already superqueer) superhero line-up, which is no small feat. It balances the fun and heart of Alex Danvers and Kelly Olson in National City, the cocky silliness of Sara Lance and Ava Sharpe in space-time, and the drama and grit of Anissa Pierce and Grace Choi in Freeland.