Finally, L.A.’s most famous gay bar has a reality show.
“She was an attractive woman, you know. If she hadn’t told us she was a lesbian, she could’ve been in a Miss America contest!”
Alison and Emily and Paige still have no idea how to close a door or whisper.
What makes The Handmaid’s Tale so striking isn’t just this world where all the pretense of female equality has been stripped away, but the ordinariness of such oppression even today.
“I’ve never stood behind a man.”
Let’s take a Skip-It down memory lane and explore my 9 most influential telecrushes from the 90s.
Girls smooching on each other and widowing their own damn selves from their abusive husbands.
Every time I return to it, The Handmaid’s Tale offers me something new. In the Hulu series, the “new thing” is “more lesbians.”
Paige and Ali and Emily are caught in a decade-old love triangle that’s still got teeth.
“I don’t normally do this, but I figure now is just as good a time as any to get personal. I’ve only just recently come out as bisexual to my family and friends. It’s something I am still processing and trying to understand.”
Pretty Little Liars kicks off its final season tonight. Ten episodes to tell us who ultimately gets caught with the A baton in their hands, who killed Charlotte, who shot Spencer, who gave birth to every Little Liar. Is X person good? Is Y person bad? Who will end up with whom? But I only have one question left.
Ten years ago, Doctor Who was the first show to let me see myself, and to feel seen; when I felt entirely alone, it showed me a universe waiting for me.
Only endless WTFery and an inevitable fade to black.
“You look like a little orphan boy but you’re so beautiful!”
Queer women continue to be mostly background noise on TV this year, Valerie Anne has some thoughts about that final episode of Black Sails, Gina Rodriguez is Carmen Sandiego, and that episode of Survivor.
Man, they really went all in on making this show a murder-mystery, huh?
Netflix rained down a video clip from the season five premiere and a batch of promo photos for your homosexual enjoyment and speculation.
Hey, there’s those smooching ladies we were promised on all the subway ads. And bonus Jane Lynch!
When I heard there was a new mini-movie on Black&Sexy.TV about a group of queer women of color, I was excited to watch it, but honestly didn’t have really high expectations for it. Thankfully, I was so wrong.
Too many plots, but one good one: Monte and Lena go on a stakeout!