The show’s season four premiere serves as a Luke Perry tribute and a reminder of the compelling themes pulsating beneath Riverdale’s chaos.
Impulse is a fast-paced drama with a slow-burn potential lesbian character to invest in.
Before we had queer witches, we had queer werewolves and Heretics, too.
Beyond just redefining what it means to be “All American,” this show also gave us one of the most groundbreaking depictions of a black lesbian on network television ever.
Kara and Lena set us up for a season of subtext and stress; Kelly & Alex and Nia & Brainy remain adorable.
“If you’re doing an anal sex seminar, why are you eating chicken wings?”
A new teaser for “The L Word: Generation Q” ensures representation of Tops, Bottoms and Verses, as well as lovers, dreamers, activists, heartbreakers, non-conformists and side-hustlers!
Plus, Angelia Ross is killing it in American Horror Story: 1984 and updates on Why Women Kill!
October is upon us, which means it us our duty, as gays, to celebrate all entire 31 days of Halloween.
I personally have an extra layer of loving it already because I feel like Victoria Cartagena was always destined to give us a queer character to root for but Renee Montoya’s time on Gotham was cut devastatingly short, so this feels right in my bones.
It’s an excellent addition to both the cinematic Bat-universe and to The CW’s (already superqueer) superhero line-up, which is no small feat. It balances the fun and heart of Alex Danvers and Kelly Olson in National City, the cocky silliness of Sara Lance and Ava Sharpe in space-time, and the drama and grit of Anissa Pierce and Grace Choi in Freeland.
Pretty Little Liars meets #YouOnLifetime meets Katie McGrath’s face.
Plus: A new profile of Beanie Feldstein, Sarah Paulson does an interview hooked up to a lie detector, Elsa’s getting a girlfriend in Frozen 3(??), what fan fiction teaches that classrooms don’t, and more!
Whether we do it to explore gender and gender presentation, to embrace our flamboyance, to show off and show out, or to just feel powerful, no con is complete these days without a horde of queer cosplayers or queer characters making their way up and down the aisles and across the stages
The Politician reads as if Ryan Murphy looked back on his already incredibly gay body of work and said: You know what I want to do with Netflix’s Scrooge McDuck piles of money? MAKE IT G-A-Y-E-R.
Dex Parios is a mess, and it’s a joy to watch her kick and claw her way through the world (and every man in her way).
Valdez is attempting to radically change the industry. She’s also making a compelling case that she should be to 2019 what Julia Roberts was to 1999.
On October 6th, Batwoman will add another first to the list: She’ll land in Gotham City in her much-anticipated series, making her the very first lesbian superhero to headline her own show. It’s been a thrilling, harrowing, often bumpy road to get here — but Batwoman always comes out on top (if you know what I mean and I think you do).
Let’s get on the Lez Boat with our dildos and our psychological distress and our puffy dresses come on get in let’s go, we’re sailing!
Plus, American Horror Story: 1984 and Why Women Kill!