Hope you’re feeling nostalgic!
We finally get to see what Kasnian Kara has been up to all this time.
Our continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new lesbian life and new bisexual civilizations, and to boldly go where this franchise often vehemently refused to go before!
Eve and Villanelle and their complicated, dangerous, seductive, vulnerable connection are in very capable hands.
If you thought Cameron Esposito showing up as Rosa Diaz’s girlfriend on Brooklyn Nine-Nine was the most shocking gay thing to happen thing on TV last Thursday night, wait’ll you get a load of this.
Plus: All American ends a really solid first season, you’ll never guess who’s back on Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend surprises with a little Valencia and Beth, a non-binary patient on Grey’s, and Maia gets Kalinda’d on The Good Fight.
Last night’s Brooklyn-Nine finally introduced Rosa’s season-long off-screen girlfriend, and in doing so, paid off the set up for probably the best inside gay joke I have ever seen on television in my entire life.
All lesbian breakups on TV should be told in song and dance in my opinion.
Aidy Bryant’s Annie is young, pretty and fat. Her best friend Fran is also fat – and a British black lesbian. And if you’re a fat babe, you’ll find things to both like and cringe about in this show.
Get to know the original Shane McCutcheon!
Stef and Lena arrive at the Coterie with a lot of tension between them and Alice has another awkward dinner with her ex-girlfriend and her ex-girlfriend’s fiancée.
The upside of last night’s season finale? Thunder’s new motorcycle. The downside? It’s time to talk hard truths about the unacceptable double standard that’s happening in Black Lightning’s storytelling.
“It’s a world filled with wonderful, kind, queer people.”
It’s a family reunion in National City as Lena is forced to work with her brother, and Alex meets the beautiful and hilarious Kelly Olsen. Oh, also, LENA WEARS A SUIT.
Jess’ Blackness is tended to, built back up as the positive it is. I don’t think we have ever seen anything like this — but I certainly hope we see it again.
Plus: Ladies smoochin’ on Siren and Legacies; Coop deserves a damn break on All American; daytime TV updates on General Hospital and The Young and the Restless; and we welcome back The Good Fight.
An openly bisexual woman of color on one of the Big 4’s late night schedule? That’s a big forkin’ deal!
Valerie and Riese chat about “Shameless,” the Showtime dramedy we weren’t watching for the gay lady parts and then suddenly there were a lot of gay lady parts. Did we like them? Find out!
Feel your feelings and then keep fighting. Elena Alvarez couldn’t have said it better herself.
We’re absolutely thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of “To L and Back,” a new podcast about “The L Word.”