Pop Culture Fix: “GLOW” Season 3 Confirms Its Gayness

Here’s your weekly Pop Culture Fix, rainbow kittens!


Roxane Gay and Debbie Millman are in love, pass it on.

The New York Times published a thing about Taylor Swift’s new video called “For Taylor Swift, Is Ego Stronger Than Pride?” which means all Taylor Swift takes and Pride takes are officially over, and if I hear another one, I’m seizing your queer credentials and you’ll only be able to have them reinstated after passing a very exhaustive test about the first season of Gentleman Jack.

Pose has been renewed early by FX!

Caroline Framke had a very long and candid conversation with Hannah Gadsby over at Variety.

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Queer Eye too, for two more seasons.

How Booksmart screenwriter Katie Silberman wrote the movie’s rom-com ending.

Angelica Ross is over on Oprah dot come talking being a Black trans woman in America.

UK’s ITV has banned all-male writer’s rooms.

Dee Rees is going to write and direct a musical fantasy called The Kyd’s Exquisite Follies!

Here are CW’s fall premiere dates (For your specific information: Batwoman and Supergirl on October 6, All American on October 7, Riverdale and Nancy Drew on October 9, Charmed on October 11, and Black Lightning on October 21).

Please enjoy this GLOW season three trailer.

And this tweet.

Oh and also this Harlots season three trailer.

How streaming platforms ushered in a wave of queer representation in India.

25 LGBTQ filmmakers on the rise.

Billy Porter, Billy Eichner, MJ Rodriguez, Kiersey Clemons, Shangela and more share their first memories of on-screen queerness.

6 queer creators share the dream film and TV projects they haven’t been able to sell yet.

Desiree Akhavan, Sydney Freeland, and Tina Mabry are part of the first class of the ReFrame Rise Directors Program, ReFrame’s new initiative supporting established female filmmakers

Vida’s Tanya Saracho, Special’s Ryan O’Connell, Pose’s Steven Canals, and more discuss the challenges of depicting queer intimacy onscreen.

Pose and Russian Doll lead the TCA Award nominations.

Wynonna Earp’s third season lands on Netflix on July 16, riiiiight before SDCC. Interesting!

Janet Mock makes history again!

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle managing editor who lives in New York City with her partner, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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17 Comments

  1. A heads up for UK viewers: next Weds on bbc one there’s gonna be a programme with people like Sharron Davies ( who thinks trans women have an unfair advantage in sports) in conversation with trans sports women , scientists etc. I don’t think it will be a total car crash ( hope not anyway), the publicity stills have Martina with her arms round various trans people involved in sport, whether that’s players or fed reps or whoever so there at least should be proper balance? IDK if someone could provide links/clips/etc afterwards for those outside the UK/ people like me who don’t have a TV or iplayer!

  2. My Taylor Swift take is that she’s in that Super Ally phase a lot of people go through before they come out. I’m just sitting back and waiting for all these debates to become irrelevant.

  3. Maybe it’s the burnout that’s been hanging over my head for the past month but lately i’ve Been feeling like all the news are bad news.

    This roundup is such an uplifting moment! Even just reading the headlights i feel refreshed and uplifted! Thank you Heather xxx

  4. Why are we propping up a woman who I am pretty sure said has voted republican. Even if she comes out I find no reason to get existed or celebrate. I get LGBTQ Republicans exists, but I am not happy about them and think they are traitors to their class and community.

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