I assume all the straight couples are fake because I can’t believe that anyone would choose that lifestyle unless there was a cash prize.
The Bachelor is essentially just a weekly dose of Straight People Watch — but this season, for the first time in franchise history, a queer relationship between two women will be featured on-screen.
This is the greatest television show of all time.
Find out whether Amber and Nour adopt a pet together, and the exciting potential future of Justin the tattooed vet and Max, who Stef lovingly describes as a “sex idiot.”
Truly, a hot take if there ever was one, except I’m backed by cold, hard facts.
Is Great British Bake Off even Great British Bake Off without Mary, Sue, and Mel? (No. Not really.)
Yes, we’ll be talking about “Love Island”.
Finally, L.A.’s most famous gay bar has a reality show.
Brown called a family meeting, and after a few tense moments where she said “You guys are freaking out, which is making me freak out,” she came out by saying “I’m gay.”
Christmas Day sees the last episodes of the Bake Off as we know it; let’s see it off into the dark night together.
Oh, and I would’ve waited another 20 seasons and 14 years. If I had to haunt this mortal plane to finally witness the moment when the women on The Bachelor started eyeing each other on the show’s cocktail party, I would.
This is ROUGH PUFF (ruff puff? rough pough?) and it’s a lot less precise than “regular puff,” and therefore it’s easier for the first-timer. Like you. Like us.
If this show is anything like Jersey Shore, this house is in serious need of a dedicated smush room.
Six weeks and ten batches after my initial muffin-making attempt, I have developed a reasonably passable English muffin recipe that would probably land somewhere around the middle of the pack in an early-season Great British Bake Off technical challenge.
“Expound the value of systematic deception, use high-sounding slogans and phrases and advocate lavish promises [or roses] to the masses even though they cannot be kept.”
Most trans stories on TV are forced into narrow, misguided and often inaccurate narratives. Here’s something you need to know about Channel 4’s “Girls to Men,” which airs tonight.
I found myself crying halfway through the first episode — not because the show was touching my heart, but because I couldn’t believe how Carly was being talked about by her family.
“For all intents and purposes, I’m a woman.”
Discovery Life will premiere a new documentary series on April 11th about a circle of trans women friends, but the producers dip into cliche a little too much.
Which of these shows featuring trans women are you most excited for?