Dolly Parton got you Dolly Parton for Christmas and you are very welcome.
Uh oh, Miss Stacy’s got a motorcycle!
“Internalized homophobia is a bitch, you know?”
“Step aside, Billie Jean King and Bobbie Riggs! We got a new Battle of the Sexes!”
Lex Smithers, Brittani Nichols, El Sanchez, Gaby Dunn and I all talk about Hannah Gadsby’s new Netflix special, “Nanette.”
Heather and Riese talk about how much we loved the new ’90s-set teen Netflix comedy “Everything Sucks!” and why you’ll love it too and also we made you a playlist.
Look, I know they’re not gay, but that doesn’t mean they’re not each other’s person.
According to Variety, the new show is will be “an epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment, led by a warrior princess tailor made for today.”
In “Lady Cha Cha,” Jo and Chase joined by real-life queer, black, femme burlesque dancer Jeez Loueez, who adds to the very authentic feel of the episode in terms of its portrayal of Chicago, burlesque, and queerness.
Watching this show, I was transported to so many conversations with so many men, times when for any number of reasons I knew I couldn’t say “I don’t want to talk about this” and instead had to rely on a combination of playing dumb and playing up ladylike sensibilities, because I knew those would be taken more seriously than my agency as a person.
Carol is live on Netflix. Come join me as I watch it on loop.
There’s a lot of news in here! Alice Isn’t Dead is coming to TV and so is 2 Dope Queens. Shay Mitchell’s playing gay again. Anna Paquin joins Tell It To The Bees. Amandla Stenberg stars in The Hate U Give. St. Vincent is directing a brainbender. And so much more!
There have been a handful of women antiheroes on TV over the last few years, but what sets this show apart is the way it centers on three different queer experiences.
Never before have my distaste for a show and love for its cast been so at odds.
The character-driven Thanksgiving is set almost entirely in a single location, and unlike most small-screen coming out stories, this one spans 22 years because Denise’s journey is a marathon; not a sprint.
“Anne With An E” isn’t even good television, and it’s absolutely not “Anne of Green Gables.”
Chapter III of “Dear White People” gives us Nia Long as Neika Hobbs in my dream job as an African-American studies professor and a beautiful self-proclaimed lesbian… but her storyline, and really the show in general, didn’t quite land for me.
Netflix’s new sitcom eschews the long white tradition of TV comedies and focuses on a Latinx family with a lesbian daughter and a mom who reads our website!
“Vegan Cinderella” ends on a bright note, entering the small canon of TV love stories between queer women that get a happy ending.