“EVEN THE STRAIGHTS CAN SEE IT.”
If you’re a lesbian, bisexual or queer fan of “Law & Order,” you might have a shot at scoring well on this very important trivia quiz. #olivia4ever
“We wrote more obituaries for murdered trans women in 2015 than TV recaps for any single show we cover.”
The good, the bad, the ugly, and the revolutionarily boring queer TV storylines of the year.
At one point in my notes I wrote “I’m really happy that they didn’t murder this trans girl,” only to watch her die in the hospital two scenes later. That’s how the whole episode went — any time I would get hopeful, they would let me down again.
You know her face, but you’ve got no clue what her name is — 15 of the actresses who aren’t on magazine covers but have shown up in small parts on so many queer-adjacent shows and movies lately that you’re really THIS CLOSE to looking them up on imdb.
There is no tradition more time-honored than playing the role of a random New Yorker who discovers a corpse in Central Park on an episode of Law and Order.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case could drastically broaden the scope of religious liberty for employers or mean, at long last, free birth control for everyone.
I wish there was a way to get more Penelope Garcia, H.G. Wells and Olivia Benson into my life with less murder, like if they were all on the same hour-long HBO drama? Just saying.
“I am addicted to any television show, movie franchise or book series that features a gun-toting badge flashing power suit-wearing female crime-fighter who hunts down baddies for a living.”
Riese recaps last night’s episode of Law & Order SVU starring Kathy Griffin as a lesbian activist — not so bad, even without the Mariska Hargitay lesbian kiss (we’ve got VIDEO!) Also; Tegan & Sara acoustic videos, Lohan’s memoir, Johnny Weir on Joy Behar, Lady Gaga in Cosmo, Adam Lambert in Sydney and a Dana Delaney headline way more offensive than SVU.