Plus updates on Coronation Street, The Young and the Restless, Killjoys, The First, You, and Atypical!
“EVEN THE STRAIGHTS CAN SEE IT.”
A mediator and a maven, reframing the show and our world in the wake of #MeToo.
It’s not the Gay Emmys, but it’s the next best thing!
Waverly and Nicole run into a familiar face while trying to get the ring off Waverly’s finger, while Wynonna is stuck in one of Bulshar’s twisted games.
Plus updates on Coronation Street, Emmerdale, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless!
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Sarah Paulson’s wearing a new suit for the new American Horror Story, trailers for She-Ra and 9-1-1 and Supergirl and Melissa McCarthy’s new lesbian movie, a new show from One Day at a Time’s creative team, a new track from Joan Jett, Samira Wiley as Bessie Coleman, and so much more!
It’s Big Gay Dinner night in Purgatory and there’s an appetizer of potato licking, a main course of zombie interrupting, and magic ring activating for dessert.
Also there’s a tiny bit of Shay Mitchell being an amazing bitchy/obsessive lesbian socialite.
It’s no accident that one of the first major lesbian relationships in television history began in an episode where no one was able to talk.
If you’re overwhelmed by Doctor Who’s 50-year history but want to get into it for the first time for the first woman Doctor, this guide’s for you!
Harlots’ second season has five queer women and a story that proves sex worker narratives are uniquely capable of illuminating the restless, uncomfortable gender dynamics and power structures that may experience shifts in style or public acceptance, but never by degrees of import or influence.
Adventure Time’s hour-long finale, “Come Along With Me,” was everything I hoped for (and more) — it was weird and sad and silly and funny and harrowing and so quietly profound I’ll be thinking about it probably forever.
Topics include Kristen Stewart’s take on women’s sexuality, “The Purge” kicking off with a bisexual threesome, Hayley Kiyoko’s ModCloth campaign, Lily Allen’s “seeing female sex workers” phase, “Law and Order: Hate Crimes,” Cynthia Nixon is not Miranda, Lauren Jauregui’s NYLON cover and so much more!
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences — like Hollywood itself, and mainstream TV criticism — continues to be dominated by a voting block of mostly straight white men. So, for the first time ever, we’ve decided to host our own Autostraddle TV awards to coincide with the Emmys.
Wynonna gets to know her sister’s girlfriend a bit better as her and Haught run around town getting into all kinds of hijinks.
Even now, almost a decade after The L Word’s final season, with LGBTQ+ representation at unprecedented heights, we still hold Jenny Schecter up as our ultimate villain. Her name is a curse, a swear, a shortcut for derision. She is a model of bad behavior.
The Sinner’s Second Season has a black lesbian lead and a very compelling mystery. Plus updates on: Coronation Street, General Hospital, Younger, The Young and the Restless, and Killjoys!
We have searched high and low (brow) and located all the lesbian and bisexual characters you can expect to find on new and returning television shows this fall.