Plus: Ackley Bridge, Burden of Truth, grown-ish, and Siren continues to be #hornyformermaids!
We’re gonna get to see Elena Alvarez wear a suit to prom! Cafecitos for EVERYBODY!
Writer/actress Stephanie Allynne and actor Brian Michael are the latest humans cast in “The L Word: Generation Q.”
The latest episode of Red Table Talk features Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield Norris casually chatting about queerness, polyamory, and their own experiences with it.
A whole new Charlie’s Angels to make a whole new generation gay! Happy Pride!
“You have to hold the truth that you will fail while believing in the seemingly contrary notion that you can achieve your dreams.”
Yes, the Empress card can represent any gender.
Stephanie Beatriz found her light, Teddy Geiger found her angles and Brittani Nichols found… my heart.
Plus: Viola Davis is going to play black queer legend Ma Rainey, Tig Notaro and Reese Witherspoon, 25 Years of My So-Called Life, so much bisexuality on TV, Meryl Streep is going to Prom, and more!
By the time you realize what story Jessica Jones is really telling, it’s too late to look away.
The question becomes, are the generational differences portrayed in Tales of the City actually generational differences? Is the argument actually between baby boomers and millennials, gen x-ers and gen z-ers? Or have we simply widened the conversation to include, or begin to include, voices that were already there?
Get the inside scoop on the actors and the roles they’ll be playing in L Word reboot “Generation Q.”
I’m interested in Pride as a time for angry resistance! As such, I’ve got a bunch of new queer rock music to share.
It’s our first-ever live episode, recorded at A-Camp, which means in addition to dishing the dirt on the Dinah Shore Episode, we get to hear from special guests (Be Steadwell, Marni and Laneia) and lots of laughs!!! Also, KAREN GETS A MIC!
“I was like Roberta, do your thighs hold both of you? Like if you slide down the wall? And she was like, let’s see. So we tried it on the sidewalk.”
Plus an update on Nomi’s bad decision making on grown-ish, Burden of Truth is getting super interesting, and My Little Pony goes out with a gay bang.
Topics include picking/pulling/not coming, the gay neighborhood of Montrose, the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, non-profits, gay men walking fast, Bennington in the ’80s, “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” abortion and Grease.
“There are so many ways to love and be loved. Now we get to explore that.”
“Whatever, it’s fine. Give them your kidney. Then take one of their kidneys. It’s a kidney swap.”
“Blood does not family make. Those are relatives. Family are those with whom you share your good, bad, and ugly, and still love one another in the end. Those are the ones you select.”