This week on Glee, enthusiastic children danced and sang and broke walls as William Schuster toed the blurred line between “the worst” and THE WORST.
This week on Glee, everybody took turns dressing up like idiots and my gay boyfriend Adam Lambert showed up to sing a tune or two!
“Where We Are On TV” has some promising and not-so-promising numbers for queer women on the teevee, and also raises some questions about how we quantify “representation” in the first place for all groups.
The show must go on…but only for one more season.
In which Kate takes over the Gleecap for a week and is unsure how to recap a tribute episode
This week on Glee, Santana Lopez and Dani fall madly in love in three minutes, which lez be honest is kinda realistic.
Welcome back to the wonderful world of Glee, where boys tongue-kiss each other at school!
Laura Prepon assures us she’ll be back for Season Two of Orange is the New Black, Natasha Lyonne gets Clea Duvall on instagram, Naya Rivera and Demi Lovato talk about their romantic storyline and more!
Fall’s short on queer ladies, but we do have a killer vagina, Sean Hayes playing a gay dad, a new Joss Whedon show, Lizzy Caplan as a sex researcher, a new love interest for Kalinda and an Anna Faris sitcom.
Behind-the-scenes pics from teevee shows with queer storylines, from “Ellen” to “Orange is the New Black” to “Buffy” to “Pretty Little Liars” to absolutely everything in between. You’re gonna love it, we promise.
Lynch’s star is located at 6640 Hollywood Boulevard in front of the Sports Center Store. Who wants to make a pilgrimage from A-Camp?
If you’ve been waiting for the inevitable Demi Lovato acting comeback, you’re in luck this fall. According to reports, she’ll be on Glee playing a love interest for Naya Rivera’s Santana.
It’s the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, hosted by Pretty Little Liars’s Lucy Hale and Glee’s Darren Criss!
We’re finally using that plus one to a wedding! This week we’re stripping down lesbian TV couples in their finest! Style like Brittana, Sharmen, Talice, Fiona & Imogen and the Moms from The Fosters!
Once upon a time, gay subtext was a revolutionary act in media. But is it still all that progressive?
This week on Glee, everything ended. Because it was the last episode of the season. There will be more episodes next season though. So don’t worry about it. Also this episode was weird, so.
This week on Glee, everybody came back to Ohio for brunch at The Cracker Barrel and sang Stevie Wonder songs.
This week on Glee it got super dark and super awk. Also: ballerinas!
This week on Glee, The New Rachel dreamed a dream that Glee was good again and Marley-Kate wrote some songs with Lord Tubbington and Finn missed sociology!
I’d like to thank Teen Jesus, who I have prayed to every night for additional seasons of this occasional hellscape.