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.
In honor of our seventh birthday, a look back on the seven television shows with the biggest impact on the representation of LGBTQ women over the last seven years.
Sarah Paulson is crazy in love with Holland Taylor, y’all. Also: Ellen Page is headlining SXSW, Robin Roberts and Ellen get drunk together sometimes, Finding Dory gets a trailer, Cruel Intentions gets a TV remake, and Lita Ford confesses she quit The Runaways for a minute because everyone was a lesbian.
Regina George was right: You invite a lesbian to a pool party, and it’s gonna get gay.
“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.
Kim and Sugar. Camilla and Jocelyn. Alice and Dana. A look at the legendary duos that lived the nightmare and sometimes came out alive.
The seasons are turning and we’re starting over with a new format and stories about people making big changes.
After eleventy hundred years of being pregnant, Daya finally has her baby.