Stef has had it, y’all.
Jesús skateboards around his own imagination while he’s in a coma; yet, somehow, Callie still has the worst luck!
Alex gets accidentally evil for a second. It’s sexy? But also terrifying.
The Fosters and all their friends and lovers go to the hospital. The least dramatic thing that happens is Jesús getting his head drilled open.
Mon-El, go away!
The world is full of horrible things and the mayor is a giant snake-monster and the hellmouth is open but Maggie slept over!
Hey, what if we altogether stop killing off women to advance the plots of men? Even in maybe-not-real flash forwards?
Black Mirror found a loophole through the Bury Your Gays conundrum but skirted near one of the most frustrating disability tropes in the process.
Being an almost-but-not-dead gay woman on a TV show will really force you to sort out your priorities.
Maggie wants to be friends. Alex does not want that. Alex wants so much more than that.
Alex comes out and goes after the girl.
From the beginning, Supergirl has been fundamentally about three things: Women, love, and hope — and knowing how much strength is in each of those three things. Alex’s story is no different. Our story is no different.
Maggie and Alex go on an almost-date which prompts Alex to ask Maggie on actual date but Maggie already has a date with another woman. It’s deliciously gay.
President Wonder Woman is ushering in the matriarchy like National City is Paradise Island!
Attention, new folks in charge of Scream: Queer women are loyal viewers. Be good to us and we’ll be good to you.
Carmilla and Laura are back and they can’t keep their hands off each other. Also: summoning circles! And Keith Mars!
Stef and Lena celebrate the fourth year of their first year anniversary.
Holy cats, the show I fell in love with is back (at least for an episode).
Emily wore suspenders and finally asked a girl out on a date.
Welcome back, Stef and Lena, my perfect angel babies.