Today, the voting commences for the CLASSIC sub-regions of the Canon vs. Fanon Contest. You have 48 hours to cast your ballot and then we’ll be back to unveil another region shortly thereafter.
“Play to everyone’s culinary strengths, know your nemeses, and make sure all your guests are familiar with poison-free alternatives to food with poison in them.”
How about a little Valentine’s Day inspiration from your favorite fictional couples?
“I felt connected to her on a deep level — she is the only girl I’ve written an entire zine about — but wasn’t ready to really engage with it.”
Bicycles on TV mean independence, coming of age, letting go, transformation! Motorcycles on TV mean bad bois! So it’s no surprise that lesbian and bisexual TV characters are on bikes all the time.
I like to power up my spirit by swooning at the TV. Maybe you do too?
Lesbian and bisexual gal pals caressing each other’s hair on TV and in movies has gotten a bad rap, probably because that’s what most fictional queer women have historically done instead of kissing on the mouth. But hairplay can also be really sexy!
In honor of our seventh birthday, a look back on the seven television shows with the biggest impact on the representation of LGBTQ women over the last seven years.
Regina George was right: You invite a lesbian to a pool party, and it’s gonna get gay.
What if Mellie divorced Fitz, ran for president, hired Olivia to manage her campaign, and fell in love with her? What a wonderful world that would be!
With how it played into the “But Not Too Bi” trope – bi characters who have a bias toward one gender or the other – The L Word flipped a common heterosexist script in media. But in doing so, it still excluded actual bi people from its world.
We could potentially spend more time speculating about Naomi and Emily’s future than we will spend actually watching the show when it premieres on July 1st. Potentially.
This Arts & Entertainment Fix contains news about Skins Series 7, The Good Wife’s Kalinda’s kinky side, America’s Next Top Model, Kelly Lynch and lesbian fashion!
“Skins” will end next year forever, says Channel 4, because everything I touch turns to shit.
“So I started hanging out with Rayanne Graff. Just for fun. Just cause it seemed like if I didn’t, I would die or something. Things were getting to me. Just how people are.”
On the upside, nobody died in a fire.
quotes include: “The big theme is how girls are treated by guys in society” , “in the next series there are seven sex scenes, five of which I’ve been a part of.”
Now is the winter of our lesbian content made glorious summer by this wrap-up of the season’s gay parts.
Skins UK’s Franky isn’t a lesbian and she isn’t bisexual and she isn’t straight. Franky just likes people. No really, Franky just likes people.
How you’ll learn to stop worrying about lesbians and love Franky Fitzgerald.
This episode is the reason you’re watching Skins US