April’s gonna be great everybody! Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale, a new girls-on-the-run Japanese lesbian film, Kate Winslet as a detective with a gay daughter, Season 2 of The Circle, Season 2 of The Black Lady Sketch Show, a new misanthropic queer show from Australia and so much more!
We’ve got Josie Totah in a movie about ‘zines vs. misogyny, Anna Camp as a terminally ill lesbian, HBO’s buzzy “high schoolers explore their sexuality” series “Genera+ion”, a dystopian dating app drama, the bad lesbian dinosaur movie and so much more!
What’s new with LGBTQ characters on HBO Max, Amazon, Hulu and Netflix this month? Let’s find out together!
What’s new and queer this month on streaming networks? We’ve got a new season of Dickinson, a Fran Lebowitz special, Anna Pacquin as a hot bisexual mess in Flack, Root and Shaw, a movie called “So My Grandma’s a Lesbian!” and so much more!
December on HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime has everything: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, a Euphoria special, troubled girls stranded on a desert island and so much more.
When you’re done watching “The Happiest Season” three times, what comes next? Which are the best lesbian movies on Hulu? Good news: we’ve got LGBTQ+ movies streaming on Hulu for all your needs related to women gazing into the eyeballs of other women!
November 2020 is a big month for homoerotic ’90s movies on Hulu, Netflix, Amazon and HBO Max as well as the much-anticipated lesbian rom-com “Happiest Season” starring Kristen Stewart on Hulu!
If you’re expecting the gay episode of Hulu’s horror anthology to be like the gay episode of Black Mirror, I must assure you: We ain’t in San Junipero anymore.
Everything streaming with queer women and trans characters in October, including hot women in space and a docuseries starring all your favorites.
What’s new to stream in September 2020 on Netflix, Amazon, HBO Max and Hulu that also has lesbian, bisexual or queer women characters or is otherwise relevant to your interests?
Hulu is your new go-to for The L Word, but that’s not all! There are so many queer TV shows on Hulu, including original programming, comedies, dramas, and something for everybody to enjoy!
Ultimately Kayleigh Llewellyn’s show proves that writing from a place of lived experience will always result in the sharpest stories — that’s as evident in its failures as it is in its successes.
Talking to bisexual showrunner Liz Tigelaar about the intense and beautiful Hulu series that builds on the original in the best way possible: making it way gayer.
Don’t worry, even Cate Blanchett won’t compel you to be attracted to Phyllis Schlafly.
Letting a black woman eventually be seen and loved through her armor? Especially by another black woman, who’s lost in the mess of her own pain? Whew. High Fidelity may be a comedy, but bring on the tissues.
“Then I started watching Shrill and Lolly Adefope brought her beautiful ass, dark-skinned, braided hair, perfect smile self onto my screen.”
I just don’t think we’re in a place yet, culturally, where there’s enough positive representation out there to start killing off evil lesbians.
I had no idea how deeply into my heart these kids would burrow, nor did I know that within it I would find one of my favorite queer love stories of all time.
Light as a Feather finally focuses on Alex’s love life while she and her friends try to thwart their death curse.
Aidy Bryant’s Annie is young, pretty and fat. Her best friend Fran is also fat – and a British black lesbian. And if you’re a fat babe, you’ll find things to both like and cringe about in this show.
Letterkenny might not seem like something you’d be into but HEAR ME OUT.