Here’s part two of the first round of QUEER KISSING MARCH MADNESS!
There aren’t many new lesbian, bisexual, trans, or queer characters on fall TV, but there are a few; and a handful of returning favorites.
Leah Murphy returns to Seattle Grace for some reason, Rose and Luisa are alive under the sea, HTGAWM tackles a misandrist case of the week, and The Real O’Neals isn’t as evolved as it thinks it is.
Just a couple of Conniving Psychotic Bisexuals on Gotham, and a Black lesbian with no agency on Empire. Maggie Sawyer, save us.
Sappho protect us.
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
We’re running out of time, ladies! Can’t you please just kiss and make up?
Also, M-Chuck befriends a pregnant 12-year-old on Survivor’s Remorse, Bo and Lauren make out some more on Lost Girl, and Carmilla and Laura need to GET IT TOGETHER.
Despite tepid reviews for most of this fall’s new shows, we’ve got plenty of new and returning lesbian and bisexual characters to be very excited about as well as quite a few lady-helmed productions.
Supernatural kills Charlie, Gotham tropes Barbara, Arrow marries Nyssa off to a man. But on the upside, Samira Wiley crushed it on Law & Order: SVU and Raven was amazing on Black-ish.
We won a few, lost some promising ones, and where the hell is Renee Montoya?
We’re back with our weekly column about all the queer stuff that’s happening on television that we don’t have time to recap!
There were 128 queer lady characters on TV this year, if you can believe that. It’s a brand new world.
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.
Renee and Barbara are in love, pass it on.
Jim Gordon and Renee Montoya are your new BrOTP. Welcome to the future.
When a boy steals your girl, sometimes you have no choice but to arrest him for fake murder.
Welcome to our brand new Friday round-up of all the queer ladies on TV we haven’t already talked about this week. You’ll like it we promise.
Hey girl, I heard you’re into Renee Montoya.
So, this article about the GLAAD “Where We Are on TV” report basically turned into an encyclopedia of LGBTQ female characters we’re gonna see in 2014-2015.
This episode was brought to you in part by infallible white men, lesbian detectives I want to spoon, tiny bisexual girls with questionable morals, and by viewers like you.