In honor of the I BROKE UP LIKE THIS ‘zine, we present 17 times queer female couples on television broke each other’s hearts and also our own.
Jane Lynch gets her sendoff and it is cuckoo bananapants.
The Family Equality Council threw a fabulous shindig that honored the different ways in which people are fighting for LGBTQ equality. Plus, they had an excellent dessert selection.
This week on Glee, the new kids finally got some lines! NOT THOSE KINDS OF LINES
Brittany and Santana say “I do.” (And Kurt and Blaine do too.)
Let us put you in the mood to swoon with these sweet and syrupy femslash wedding fics.
Unique is back, and as flawless as ever!
Ooey gooey romantic fluff with a sprinkle of smut on top.
This week on Glee, Brittany and Santana start planning their BIG FAT LESBIAN WEDDING, and everybody sings for their supper.
This show is just Sue’s Sylvester’s Faustian fever dream now.
The world’s largest fandom playground never stops giving!
This week on Glee, Sue Sylvester turns out to be a Klaine shipper and you’ll get “A Thousand Miles” stuck in your head again.
Brittany and Santana are going to the chapel, y’all. They’re gonna get married!
“Glee” gets no brownie points from me for introducing a new trans storyline when they already had a trans character — a trans woman of color — and treated her horribly. That’s not how you do positive trans representation.
It’s the final season of Glee! Hold onto your butts!
Oh, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous womankind is! O brave new world, that has such characters in it!
There were more queer female characters of color on TV in 2014 than the total number of queer female characters on TV, period, five years ago.
Brittana have mercy on our souls.
Brittana and Faberry and Quinntana, oh my!
“And every time she has sex with a man, she is ass naked. Literally. I have seen her ass now twice. My problem isn’t her being ass naked. She has straight sex and is naked, but this other character has gay sex and both of them — bras on, underwear on.”