The Bachelor is essentially just a weekly dose of Straight People Watch — but this season, for the first time in franchise history, a queer relationship between two women will be featured on-screen.
Plus updates on Ackley Bridge, Claws, and Siren!
Today was Showtime Day at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, and you know what that means! Crying, laughing, loving, breathing, fighting, fucking, Gen Q teasing!
Queer elders are often way too young for the responsibility but they are invaluable. Our community survives because of all of us.
While last week’s announcement was exciting, there’s something especially thrilling about a trans woman character who is actually in the age range of the main crew.
With the summer finale looming, everyone is forced to take a good long look at themselves and their relationships.
“There are few shows that I have loved with the ferocity that I loved Orange is the New Black, and there are exactly zero shows that have broken my heart the way this show did. So when it came to the final season, I was trying to prepare myself for anything.”
Light as a Feather finally focuses on Alex’s love life while she and her friends try to thwart their death curse.
WE’RE BACK!!! And so is Jenny and Shane and Dana and all the ladies you love to love. Plus, a new co-host (Carly Usdin) and a guest appearance by actor/activist Vico Oritz!
Killjoys, Queen Sugar, Claws, Grand Hotel, Ambitions, and Burden of Truth!
As “Orange is the New Black” wraps up its seven-season run, our TV team weighs in on the show’s legacy — the good and the bad.
My predictions for Angelica are that she’s straight because her lesbian moms are bonkers, all her friends are queer because it’s 2019, and Shane gives her some weed.
Pray Tell has a health scare and gets a visit from an old pal.
Focusing on the chosen family that’s been built at the Coterie allows the show to be serious, sincere, sexy and fun, all at once — and always results in some of Good Trouble’s best episodes.
Acknowledge and communicate your desires!
Today, it was announced that four more souls have donated their lives to the cause of “The L Word: Generation Q”: bi actress Olivia Thirlby, Lex Scott Davis, lesbian comic Fortune Feimster and trans actress Sophie Giannamore.
Can love between two children of warring families bring peace? That’s the question being posed on OWN’s new soapy drama, Ambitions — only this time, the couple at the center of our story are two women.
The most pressing question to come out of San Diego Comic-Con.
Plus updates on Claws, Siren, Grand Hotel, and Ambitions!
“I am attracted to both men and women and the person I fell in love with is a man. I wish it could just be about the human I am in love with, not their gender. This is why I am so passionate about advocating for equal acceptance across the spectrum of sexuality. Let’s just love who we love and leave each other alone. The world has bigger problems.”