We’ve got 50+ Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer-ish Netflix TV shows streaming right now on the very internet you’re reading!
Sometimes, on a rare harvest moon when the mermaids sing and the unicorns take flight, we’re treated to really authentic, layered, swoon-worthy portrayals of bisexual women on our favorite shows.
Steven Universe and Wonder Woman and Carmilla and Wynonna Earp and Lost Girl and Batwoman and Lumberjanes, oh my!
All the camp and Canadian-ness of Lost Girl, all the angst and antagonism of Jessica Jones.
Survivor’s Remorse’s second season ends in tragedy, Jane the Virgin continues to be the best show on TV, and American Horror Story: Hotel is bloody as hell.
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.
Laura is terrorized by her own giraffe shirt on Carmilla, M-Chuck is really into Indigo Girls on Survivor’s Remorse, I Am Cait says goodbye, Lauren Lewis is a BAMF, and more queer TV news!
It’s going to be a big summer, so we’ve made you a calendar to use as a queer lady TV-viewing guide.
Jane the Virgin, Arrow, and Grey’s Anatomy close out the TV season and ready us for the return of Orange Is the New Black.
Luisa returns to Jane the Virgin with a new girlfriend, Root gets closer to finding Shaw on Person of Interest, Nyssa gets engaged (and not in a good way) on Arrow, Maggie takes a pregnant woman home on Younger, and more!
Charlie returns to Supernatural, ladies are smooching on The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, Younger is still delightful, and Bold and the Beautiful continues to mangle its trans storyline.
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 128 queer lady characters on TV this year, if you can believe that. It’s a brand new world.
When the actual show is practically crackfic, you know the fan fiction is going to be out of this world.
Zoie Palmer gave a shout-out to her long-rumored ladyfriend, Alex Lalonde, at The 2014 Canadian Screen Awards and the gay internet is RUNNING WITH IT.
Bo comes home, Tamsin grows up and Lauren and Betty McRae have the most awkward post-sex process ever.
Let’s face it, that’s all that we care about.
This episode is all over the place, but Betty from Bomb Girls tries to cop a feel. So there’s that.
Bo is indeed lost for this entire episode, but Kenzi, Jenny Schecter and George Takei pick up the slack.