If you’ve read this far I think it’s pretty clear that I love a highly competent femme with a lot of personal problems.
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“Instead of feeling like an affirmation for my disdain for Kat and Eva’s relationship, it feels like The Bold Type is re-emphasizing one of the things that makes the Kat/Eva storyline problematic: diminishing the show’s lead black character to bolster the bonafides of its white ones.”
“She raises both hands to the orchestra and she smiles into the audience. She nearly breaks her face in two because she knows, she really knows, that she did it. She’s the star.”
Law and Order: SVU presents Olivia Benson as a savior of survivors, and as a kid she was my hero. Later, I came to acknowledge that the cops cannot, will not, and do not want to save us — they’re harmful and unnecessary.
Anne Lister is that dyke.
Naya Rivera was a firecracker, a superstar, a singular talent who simply could not be relegated to the background.
Or maybe I was the only one not watch. Either way, we should all be watching!
The Bold Type is romanticizing repugnant viewpoints, like hardline immigration and conversion therapy, and treating those issues like they’re things we can just agree-to-disagree on. Also: an inexplicable In The Dark finale.
“There isn’t a thing Friends did that Living Single didn’t do FIRST and with essentially 1/8th the budget. Tattoo it on my skin. I stand by it.”
I texted Autostraddle Deputy Editor Carmen Phillips as soon as I saw the news and she said, “Here’s your official quote: LET’S FUCKING GO!!!!!!”
We’ve got a lesbian taxidermist in Run, a fish cop in Hightown, Janelle Monae in a rowboat and so much more.
So often, when you’re single, especially if you’ve been single for a long time, people will give you the same empty platitudes. You just haven’t met the right person yet, you’ll find love when you’re not looking for it, you have to love yourself before anyone else can love you, etc. But this show takes those sentiments and clicks a new lens into place over them.
Netflix’s BSC adaptation is, to my surprise and delight, a faithful recreation of Stoneybrook and its resident squad of tween entrepreneurs with essential 2020 updates to Ann M. Martin’s easter candy-colored world.
Natalie would like a word about Kat’s new love interest and Valerie has some Happily Ever After feelings as In the Dark barrels toward its season two finale.
And a healthy dose of women in top hats.
In the Season 4 finale of “The L Word,” we finally find out if Bette Porter knows how to drive a tractor!
There’s nothing gayer than falling in love with your best friend, which is why it’s endlessly bizarre and frustrating that we hardly ever see it happen on TV.
Also: Kat kicks off a new podcast on The Bold Type, ex drama on In The Dark, a trailer for the new season of Wynonna Earp, and lots of your faves at QFX Cloud Con.