Not only is Montoya the first Latina lead and lesbian lead in a DC film, she also has an iconic history, including being one of the first and most celebrated lesbian comic book characters of all time.
The swagger, the sunglasses, the casual disregard for any man trying to tell her what to do! Hello, Renee Montoya!
Look at Kate Kane, out on a date with Renee Montoya and fighting alongside Batman on TV like it’s no big deal.
The Batgirl creative team makes changes to fix their transphobic mistakes, Harley and Ivy are confirmed as a couple, and DC has more queer heroes than ever before!
“Computer Love” is a cute slice-of-life sci-fi webcomic filled with queer and trans characters. Renee Montoya is an amazing lesbian Latina superhero/detective. Both are great!
What a time to be alive! Major comic companies are actually targeting comics at women, queer people and people of color!
All I want this year is more representation, better representation, the return of some of my faves and about nine other things.
What’s cooler than being a superhero? Lesbian Superhero! I said, what’s cooler than being a superhero? Lesbian Superhero! Alrightalrightalrightalrightalrightalrighalright.
Guess who’s back!
Jim Gordon and Renee Montoya are your new BrOTP. Welcome to the future.
When a boy steals your girl, sometimes you have no choice but to arrest him for fake murder.
Welcome to our brand new Friday round-up of all the queer ladies on TV we haven’t already talked about this week. You’ll like it we promise.
Hey girl, I heard you’re into Renee Montoya.
So, this article about the GLAAD “Where We Are on TV” report basically turned into an encyclopedia of LGBTQ female characters we’re gonna see in 2014-2015.
This episode was brought to you in part by infallible white men, lesbian detectives I want to spoon, tiny bisexual girls with questionable morals, and by viewers like you.
Fox’s biggest hope just might live up to the hype, as long as it lets its queer women of color shine.
The goal of the Autostraddle Comic and Sequential Art Awards is to recognize and celebrate positive representation for queer women and feminist issues in comics, webcomics and graphic novels.
We’ve got a genderqueer lead, an intersex teenager, multiple shows headlined by women of color, the first ever recurring lesbian woman of color character in a primetime network superhero series and SO MUCH MORE!
Everyone’s favorite Gotham City Detective will be a regular on the hotly anticipated new show from Fox.
On last night’s episode of the CW show “Arrow,” super hero Black Canary was revealed to be queer.
“With their decision to prohibit not only Batwoman’s marriage, but also several other character developments, it seems like DC has gone too far.”