Sara and Ava go back to the ’40s in this off-the-cob episode, and jeepers it’s a real gas.
Kate McKinnon’s Elsa is also gay, Roxane Gay on Janelle Monáe’s Afrofuture, women characters dominate animated films, Sophie’s season finale move on Gen Q, and more!
Also, Bella Thorne wants to be your Valentine, Quinn Wilson shares a vision of a future I can believe in, and Janet Mock wears the hell out of that dress!
Not only is Montoya the first Latina lead and lesbian lead in a DC film, she also has an iconic history, including being one of the first and most celebrated lesbian comic book characters of all time.
How will Anderson portray such a polarizing figure, many wondered, and more pressingly, will I have to reckon with being attracted to her while she does it? As more photos from the set of Season 3 of The Crown emerge, the answer to that question appears to offer some relief.
The following 8 books are mind-blowingly good fiction audiobooks about queer women. I’m talking incredible voice acting that takes the story to a whole other level.
Band t-shirts are a way of both presenting and defining acceptable enthusiasms, and the baseline for what kind of enthusiasm is permitted is always socially established by straight men.
The “To L and Back” podcast is plunging RIGHT back in to the sloppy mud of Season Three! This week, comic Jes Tom joins us to discuss “straight” Dylan, strap-on dimensions, cheaters, birds and Sleater-Kinney!
I don’t want my life before America to become abstract, but the distance in space and time makes some loss inevitable.
Plus updates on Nancy Drew, All American, Arrow, and The Bold Type!
I guess this is Guillermo del Toro’s remake of the 1947 film noir Nightmare Alley, which, according to the plot summary I just read on Wikipedia, is literally Pretty Little Liars.
“I aspire to be described as terrible and lovely.”
Alice levels up her lesbian drama and her boundaries!
I wish the relationship writing for Cheryl and Toni had an equal depth and dimension to it, but nay. They sort of just exist together these days.
Her sexuality, it seems, has been something of a personal and career liability, and part of the series will see her grappling to turn it into something empowering.
The discourse around American Dirt, finding gay hope in The Bluest Eye, what it’d be like if books had smells and more.
Throughout its eight episodes Work in Progress showed the value in being there for people even when it’s hard – and the importance of knowing when to walk away.
In the end, Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina delivers an exciting finale, but it isn’t enough to justify the disorder that precedes it, and it also feels like show repeating the same story it has done before.
Our TV Team weighs in on what we loved and didn’t love in “The L Word: Generation Q”‘s first season!
Also! Finally! An official still of Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya in Birds of Prey! Queen Latifah will play the lead in the Equalizer reboot, the first 99 seconds of season seven of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Lizzo’s flute should get its own Grammy, Bex Taylor-Klaus chats about their new lesbian character on Deputy, and more!