The wild ride of Season Four has left the station and these out of context screencaps
The bestselling author has written over 100 books and she’s been living happily with her partner, Trish, for 18 years.
All the Spring TV coming up definitely or probably queer this March, April and May — lesbian and bisexual female characters and non-binary people investigating murders, surviving post-apocalyptic frozen tundras, skateboarding in New York City and so much more!
“Turn your mic on!”
Plus: “How to Get Away with Murder” returns for its final episodes ever, and we’re still #HornyForMermaids on “Sirens.”
This is just a handful of the things that have made me smile and cackle while my phone is propped up against the toaster while I’m standing over the stove eating hamburger helper in my panties (the lasagna one SLAPS).
Both light and heavy, dark and redeeming, this book is sure to be a comfort and resource for many, as we try to bridge the growing gap between “coastal elites” and “flyover states.”
It’s one of many reasons Shraya is such a singular artist. She’s making work for herself and her communities – everyone else is welcome to appreciate her, but she doesn’t seem much to care.
What’s new to stream this month on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu that also has lesbian, bisexual or queer women characters?
Lizzo is sending lunch to hospital ER staff, Tessa Thompson is helping save the arts orgs impacted by COVID19, Dolly Parton is going to read us bed time stories, and television streaming was up 85% in March.
Like all of us, Ali Krieger is waiting for a Zoom call.
Science and sexuality collide with swift force in this short but striking chapbook.
Irby evokes Nora Ephron in her latest essay collection.
A comfy and sensual off the shoulder moment. The small luxury of a matching set. We’re going to be inside for a while, spoil yourself in the ways that you can :)
With a high focus on the banter between the two, it’s perhaps only the absence of Sue’s trademark lesbian blazer and Mel’s trademark not-lesbian blazer that nudges our subconscious to remember they’re not being national treasures Mel and Sue, but mercenary murderers.
Rebecca Sugar on the Steven Universe finale, Kim Raver on Teddy Altman’s bisexuality, good news for One Day at a Time, how the coronavirus is affecting the fall TV pilot season, and more.
Oh my God, you’ve never been on OurChart?
Baopu shares a little reminder to relax during a stressful time.
We have arrived at The Bold Type mid-season finale. Plus updates on: Boomerang, Twenties, and Legacies.
For ten years we’ve watched fan favorite Dr. Teddy Altman on Grey’s Anatomy. Still, there’s so much we don’t know. For starters, she’s BISEXUAL! (Bring tissues, this is one for the Grey’s weeping history books.)