“Even after all the growth and apologies, all the blushing and teasing, all the conversations about what they both want, I couldn’t let myself believe it. I was so afraid to be let down. But holy shit y’all, THEY DID IT.”
According to TV, good people don’t give up on each other. BoJack Horseman, Work in Progress, and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power are challenging that narrative.
Join Carmen Phillips, Valerie Anne, Heather Hogan, and special guest Meg Jones Wall to talk about the triumph, heartbreak, gayness, and empowerment of one of our all-time favorite animated series.
Over 30,000 votes later! Here are your winners and our critic’s picks!
Queer women’s television has grown significantly in recent years. Still, we’ve watched our best continue to be sidelined by a straight white male majority that won’t pay attention to queer stories, women’s stories, stories about people of color. Well, no more my friends!
The Gay Agenda returns!
Sometimes you just wanna feel the heat with somebody who loves you.
How about a little Valentine’s Day inspiration from your favorite fictional couples?
2009, the year The L Word ended and Glee began.
Listen, we all know queer women love a good TV show about serial killing or Satan worship or ghosts — but did you know sometimes it feels good to just feel good?
“Is this how cis white dudes feel all the time?”
Noelle Stevenson’s remake of the short-lived but much beloved cartoon series is a brilliant homage to the original Gal Pals of Etheria and an absolute masterclass in feminist storytelling.
Korrasami walked so Bubbline could run.
There’s actually never been another leading female cartoon character with a cast of supporting female characters as big as She-Ra’s. And they really did call themselves “The Rebellion.”
According to Variety, the new show is will be “an epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment, led by a warrior princess tailor made for today.”