We’ve got around 30 lesbian, bisexual and queer female characters in this Summer 2017 TV Preview that’ll keep you cool for the summer, even though it’d be even cooler if there were more than 30 and they all had bigger parts!
New trailers from Orange is the New Black and Orphan Black promise very intense storylines, Southwest of Salem picks up a GLAAD Award, hot queer female spokesmodels are hot, Korean television goes queer and other very important pop culture stories that could really make your day or not.
Netflix rained down a video clip from the season five premiere and a batch of promo photos for your homosexual enjoyment and speculation.
“These women are angry, and rightfully so. They aren’t treated like humans. Their lives are taken away from them, sometimes literally, and they don’t even have names. They tried a peaceful protest and someone was killed. Their riot is righteous, but at the end of the day, they’re going to be the ones punished. There is no justice.”
“With one more episode in this heart-wrenching season, we are all still gasping for air and dreaming of justice.”
Suzanne’s backstory is so heavy it feels almost unnecessary.
Everyone gets their turn to be totally miserable.
In one sentence Black Cindy sums up the writing of this entire season: “Y’all, we ain’t think this shit through.”
Spoiler alert: Piper is the woooorst.
All the women of Litchfield deserve so much better.
No Hope Allowed.
If you’ve yet to watch Episode 412 of “Orange is the New Black,” be aware that this post contains epic spoilers.
Sophia! And Nicky! (Who in the world thought we needed more Sam Healy flashbacks?)
Soso proves that people well-versed on racism can still be racist.
That’s the thing about racism: It doesn’t have to take the form of slurs or stump speeches. Yeah, it can look like a Cheeto with a mouth running for president. But it can also look like a Regular Guy walking around in an $1,100 suit.
“Why waste my time digging one six-foot hole when I could dig six one-foot holes. That’s just murder math.”
“Orange is the New Black” is almost here and spoilers and (tepid) reviews abound! Also: transgender visibility on TV, Whitney Houston, and the Lifetime remake of Mother May I Sleep With Danger With a Lesbian Vampire Twist.
Orange is the New Black Season 4 debuts June 17th, and here’s everything we know about new characters, new storylines, and the Seattle Bicycle Cop #2. Spoilers abound!
Hey, but at least Poussey and Soso are going to make out a little bit.
In 1827, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce took world’s first photograph. On March 17th, 2016, Jojo Whilden released photographs taken for Netflix of “Orange Is The New Black” Season Four.