This female-focused episode of Supergirl kicked ass and took names.
Grey’s Anatomy, grown-ish, Fresh Off the Boat, The Fosters, and Sara Ramirez in that tux!
AMAZON CANCELLED “ONE MISSISSIPPI” AND “I LOVE DICK” WHICH IS A PERSONAL ATTACK AGAINST ME AND ALSO BUTCH LESBIAN VISIBILITY
She’s ready to win over my heart, and I am very ready to let her.
We got the scoop on 2 Dope Queens, Pose, The Handmaid’s Tale, Heathers, Sweetbitter, Living Biblically, Roseanne, Vida and Life Sentence — all shows bringing queer women to your teevee screen very soon.
Supergirl is down for the count, so Alex and the DEO have to figure out how to stop Reign without her.
TCA wraps up this week but we’ve already picked the show we’re most excited about: Starz’s”Vida” has a Queer Latina showrunner, a writers room that’s 100% Latinx and 50% queer, an all-POC mostly-female directing team, and so many queer and gender non-conforming characters!
Lesbian and bisexual gal pals caressing each other’s hair on TV and in movies has gotten a bad rap, probably because that’s what most fictional queer women have historically done instead of kissing on the mouth. But hairplay can also be really sexy!
Somewhere between Zoey’s orientation visit to California University on black-ish and the debut of grown-ish last week on Freeform, the writers decided to make her imperfect — and that’s a good thing!
Leslie confesses something terrible to Tina, and now my ship is in shambles!!!!!!!
Just like it celebrated lesbian love story with Ruby and Sapphire forming Garnet, Steven Universe is once again using a fusion to explore queer identities and, more revolutionarily, to celebrate them.
Shane’s hair in season one is a Gemini, but by season four, it’s a Pisces.
Here’s how to nail Jughead’s classic lesbian look.
Sometimes it takes the threat of the world ending for teens to admit their feelings for one another.
2017 somehow turned out to be the best year ever for lesbian and bisexual women on television — but we’ve still got a ways to go.
Victor and Frank are at the bottom of this week’s power rankings.
Barer tweeted, “Literally everything I do is to get back at the people who called me ugly & gay n middle school. They were right, but it was mean spirited!”
These were entire TV episodes that paid off queer storylines that had been building, or approached lesbian and bisexual and trans stuff in ways we’ve never really seen on-screen, or expanded queer storytelling into genres where it’d been lacking, or utilized new TV platforms in queer ways.
There were songs and bike races and hot air balloon rides and promises of forever and allusions to some of the most romantic tropes and movies of all times.
Oops I ship Leslie and Tina now.