Stab me, Mommi!
It’s gonna be cool for the summer with all these TV shows featuring lesbian, bisexual and queer female characters.
Lexa might not have seen peace in her lifetime, but her legacy will be equality in representation, in defying the tropes, and in holding creators accountable for minority representation.
In eleven weeks, queer fans of The 100 have completely revolutionized the conversation about about how TV treats its LGBT characters, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down.
The Lexa Pledge will make sure Lexa didn’t die in vain, Steven Universe’s gayest episode is getting its own book, The Fosters is on Netflix now, Gillian Anderson wants to talk to you about her bisexuality, and so much more pop culture news!
We buried one lesbian TV character last night while two more got killed.
The dead lesbian TV characters trope is even worse than you think.
Mainstream media is covering Bury Your Gays for the first time ever. Plus, Evan Rachel Wood takes over Nylon for a day, Mary Louise-Parker and Rachel Griffiths will play wives on your teevee, Roxane Gay’s first novel is becoming a movie, and everyone loves Ellen Page’s Gaycation.
No more subtext in Xena, and that’s a promise. Plus: Person of Interest finally gets a season five premiere date, queer fans of The 100 have raised so much money charity, a new Orphan Black trailer exists in the world, and even more news.
Eve finally returns to HGTAWM, your favorite The 100 character gets Tara MacLay-ed, and Ilana falls in lust with Vanessa Williams on Broad City.
The 100 is so unbelievably gay now, Billie Jean King shines on Fresh Off the Boat, and How to Get Away With Murder gets even more convoluted.
Clarke and Lexa’s road trip is cut short on The 100, everyone confesses to everything on HTGAWM, Broad City lays Ilana’s crush on thick, and Meredith is FINE, Y’ALL on Grey’s Anatomy.
Annalise can’t stop dreaming about little Wes-shaped babies on HTGAWM, Meredith faces ANOTHER traumatic disaster on Grey’s Anatomy, and Clarke and Lexa begin their post-fealty lives.
New Girl, How to Get Away With Murder, and The 100 have all brought more depth and nuance to queerness than the majority of Lesbian Kiss Episodes have ever achieved.
Clarke and Lexa make it official, Sara Lance saves the day, Nyssa makes a deal to kill the devil, Karen crushes Restaurant Wars, and more queer TV happenings!
Maggie and Lauren are falling hard on Younger, Lexa returns to The 100, The X-Files tells a trans story, and Legends of Tomorrow and Black Sails are back!
Teevee has come home to our loving arms once more, to gift us with post-apocalyptic women kissing each other (and I mean really kissing each other), and resurrected time traveling queer superheroes learning their way, and Jane the Virgin introducing a scissoring painting into the sapphic romance mix.
Five Clexa stories to keep you warm on cold nights, some answers to some TV questions, and a fandom news roundup.
An extended trailer from “The 100” and spoilers promise intense Celexa eye contact and a new woman for Clarke, first looks at Pretty Little Liars & Ghostbusters, SO MANY COOL STORIES ABOUT TRANSPARENT, Jenny’s Wedding makes the Worst Movies of 2015 list and moar!
We won a few, lost some promising ones, and where the hell is Renee Montoya?
Watch Clexa fall in love on road trips across the United States and in Quidditch matches at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!