The season two finale of Pose is here to make you cry your eyeballs out (in a good way!).
Our girls take a much deserved trip out of the city and to the beach!
“Black people caring for each other or holding any sort of intimate space together is something that I rarely see on TV. With Black queer people and specifically. Black masculinity is politicized and weaponized so much that sometimes I think it walks into the room before I do.”
Queer elders are often way too young for the responsibility but they are invaluable. Our community survives because of all of us.
Pray Tell has a health scare and gets a visit from an old pal.
The mainstream popularity of Madonna’s “Vogue” opens up new opportunities for Damon and Ricky.
The toughest episode of Pose to date.
“You have to hold the truth that you will fail while believing in the seemingly contrary notion that you can achieve your dreams.”
“Blood does not family make. Those are relatives. Family are those with whom you share your good, bad, and ugly, and still love one another in the end. Those are the ones you select.”