Alex and Supergirl butt heads with Haley, Kara and Lena go to spin class together, and Alex takes drastic measures to protect her sister.
Twenty-Bi-Teen is well underway.
The good: Eve Rothlo is back, bitches, and she knows everything! The bad: Grey’s Anatomy kills a black queer fan favorite. Plus: Updates on Travelers, the Flash, Emmerdale, Coronation Street, grown-ish, and All American.
Topics include what happened to Lindsay Lohan, free giveaways, precocious puberty, sober creativity, The Art of the Pan, The Cauldron, being lost at sea for 51 days, toxic shock syndrome, burnout and so much more!
Wafia and I chatted about being brown, queer, Muslim, and how those things influence her as an artist.
Riverdale’s return to television after its winter break starts the way more episodes of Riverdale should start: with lesbian sex.
With Gillian Anderson’s Sex Education landing on Netflix, it feels like the perfect time to gather our TV Team and talk about sex on TV, specifically queer sex on TV, and its evolution over these many years.
Mary Oliver, Pulitzer Prize-Winning poet and ardent devotee of the natural world throughout her life, has passed away from lymphoma at the age of 83.
A humble argument for not counting how many books you read. Plus: Lin-Manuel Miranda saved a bookstore, Mari Kondo doesn’t actually want you to get rid of all your books, and more.
Obviously we all lost our shit over Gillian Anderson’s turn in “Sex Education,” but she has so many timelessly hot roles to choose from. Here’s what your deepest Gillian Anderson fantasy says about who you are as a person.
Callie and Mariana get a surprise visit from Judicorn!
Also, Sarah Paulson channels Cheryl Blossom, Samira Wiley channels Takeru Kobayashi and Kehlani’s pregnancy smolder grows ever more powerful.
Plus: Shane is coming to grown-ish, Grace and Frankie’s season five trailer, Sarah Paulson and Cynthia Nixon teaming up with Ryan Murphy, Tessa Thompson shannot be confined by genre, and Lena Waithe wants a “gay ass black person” to host the Oscars.
2009, the year The L Word ended and Glee began.
Come to have your life ruined by Gillian Anderson; stay for infectious teen drama laced with a very fun, weirdo sense of humor.
I’m a tomboy femme who’s been stuck in boring clothes in the last several years looking to break out of the funk of wearing nothing but work polos and old Navy pixie pants every day. I need a work style that feels more professional and grown up, but still shows off a little flair and queerness.
Plus the first updates of 2019 on grown-ish, S.W.A.T., Coronation Street, The Young and the Restless, General Hospital and Critical Role!
As Bette Porter once wanted to tell Franklin, “Great art is a response to small-minded corporate fascists trying to impose their ignorance on the sheep-like masses.”
Letterkenny might not seem like something you’d be into but HEAR ME OUT.
If you got through 2018 without clinging desperately to the fantasy of a beautiful stranger showing up in your home and telling you she believes in you and sitting with you supportively while you sort through the eight pairs of Vans your ex somehow managed to leave at your place, first of all congrats and second please pipe down because this is all the rest of us have.