The character-driven Thanksgiving is set almost entirely in a single location, and unlike most small-screen coming out stories, this one spans 22 years because Denise’s journey is a marathon; not a sprint.
Friday night, in the midst of A-Camp, Ilene Chaiken had the audacity to tweet about a possible L Word reunion? Reboot? Group hang? It’s honestly unclear.
Welcome home, Cat Grant!
“Anne With An E” isn’t even good television, and it’s absolutely not “Anne of Green Gables.”
“I consider myself bisexual, and I think balancing my male and female energies has been a big part of me growing as an actor.”
I would’ve preferred “13 Reasons Why Hannah Baker Murdered Bryce Walker But Shouldn’t Go To Prison For It.”
Paige and Emily kiss and twirl and Ali finally realizes she’s pregnant with Emily’s child.
We’ve got around 30 lesbian, bisexual and queer female characters in this Summer 2017 TV Preview that’ll keep you cool for the summer, even though it’d be even cooler if there were more than 30 and they all had bigger parts!
Just some gals being pals at brunch. Worth each other’s extra effort.
Chapter III of “Dear White People” gives us Nia Long as Neika Hobbs in my dream job as an African-American studies professor and a beautiful self-proclaimed lesbian… but her storyline, and really the show in general, didn’t quite land for me.
Emily and Aria strongarm Sydney Driscoll while Hanna operates on a life-size doll wearing her face.
Maggie and Kara work together to save Alex’s life. (And reader, they do.)
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.”