“You have to hold the truth that you will fail while believing in the seemingly contrary notion that you can achieve your dreams.”
By the time you realize what story Jessica Jones is really telling, it’s too late to look away.
The question becomes, are the generational differences portrayed in Tales of the City actually generational differences? Is the argument actually between baby boomers and millennials, gen x-ers and gen z-ers? Or have we simply widened the conversation to include, or begin to include, voices that were already there?
Get the inside scoop on the actors and the roles they’ll be playing in L Word reboot “Generation Q.”
It’s our first-ever live episode, recorded at A-Camp, which means in addition to dishing the dirt on the Dinah Shore Episode, we get to hear from special guests (Be Steadwell, Marni and Laneia) and lots of laughs!!! Also, KAREN GETS A MIC!
“I was like Roberta, do your thighs hold both of you? Like if you slide down the wall? And she was like, let’s see. So we tried it on the sidewalk.”
Plus an update on Nomi’s bad decision making on grown-ish, Burden of Truth is getting super interesting, and My Little Pony goes out with a gay bang.
“There are so many ways to love and be loved. Now we get to explore that.”
“Blood does not family make. Those are relatives. Family are those with whom you share your good, bad, and ugly, and still love one another in the end. Those are the ones you select.”
Alice comes out in a major way, Joey is changing their pronouns, and Jamal Thompon’s case is finally decided.
Here’s that Gentleman Jack/Caroline Bingley fan fic you’ve been looking for.
Cherie wants to give Shane her own hair salon, Jenny wants some bread for toast, Slim Daddy wants Bette and Candace to hook up and we want you to listen right now to the latest greatest episode of “To L and Back”!
Summer TV is here and you know what that means: Queen Sugar! Claws! grown-ish! Burden of Truth! And, weirdly, the end of The Bold Type’s third season.
“Are You Still Talking” was everything I fell in love with and very obviously over-identify with about Anne Lister, framed and filmed inside the kind of aching, sweeping, racing, desperate, tender, pleading, triumphant storyline only the most epic romantic movies about straight people ever are.
It’s exciting to me that he’s still using he/him pronouns. It’s exciting to me that he’s speaking publicly in a way that’s complicated and messy with a fluidity in language to match his fluidity in identity. It’s exciting to me because cis straight people love Queer Eye.
Mr. Piddles, I have something to tell you: Dana is gay and Cherie Jaffe wants a change and Kit will take the strawberry smoothie and Jenny is not having a nice time at this dinner party!
Over at Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan unveiled an annotated page from a Gen Q script and some details about the new series.
Tales of the City leans into some tropes, flips others on their head, makes plenty of jokes at its own expense, and — above all — believes in the power of LGBTQ people who come together to make their own family.
Pose is hella Black, it’s hella Brown and it’s hella queer, and the second season kicks off next week!
We don’t get to define Emma’s queerness. We don’t get to tell her the terms of our understanding. She’s going to make those choices for herself.