The wild ride of Season Four has left the station and these out of context screencaps
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!
Plus: “How to Get Away with Murder” returns for its final episodes ever, and we’re still #HornyForMermaids on “Sirens.”
What’s new to stream this month on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu that also has lesbian, bisexual or queer women characters?
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.
Oh my God, you’ve never been on OurChart?
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.)
“Everyone is going to want to have orgies after this.”
To have this show on the air at this moment — even if Netflix had renewed the show, it likely would have debuted in January — it just felt fated. We needed this show at this moment and I was so grateful for it.
“I am queer. I am into ALL humans. I guess maybe I am just really into love? Who knows? But finally… I am OUT.”
Amazon Prime has loads of TV shows for queers who love to watch queer content! View our updated list of television shows and web-series available to stream at Autostraddle.com.
Grieving the loss of her father, Alex goes into a VR simulation where she is Supergirl and Kelly had to fight to keep her from getting stuck there forever.
In honor of this week’s Season 3 Wrap-Up edition of the “To L and Back” podcast (with special guest Brittany Ashley), we present 55 feelings you shared with us on the survey in which we all voted for the best/worst moments of Season Three!
Plus updates on Twenties and Legacies!
As always, Caroline’s relationships are given equal weight with everyone else’s, and her cagey responses to questions about her love life show she’s got her eye on someone.
How do two queer people still figuring out their sexualities, their genders, their shames, their traumas, their pasts, their futures, their vastly different presents make a relationship work?
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The Legends say goodbye to Ray and Nora with a Shakespearean flourish.
Hulu is your new go-to for The L Word, but that’s not all! There are so many queer TV shows on Hulu, including original programming, comedies, dramas, and something for everybody to enjoy!