Behold! Our seasonal list of every single TV show — new and returning — featuring a queer or trans woman character!
The television landscape is changing rapidly. Where does that leave lesbian, bisexual, and trans women of color on TV? Where have been, and more importantly — where are we going?
Here’s what we loved this year and what we didn’t like very much at all. We’d love to hear your opinions too, obviously!
This is groundbreaking. Women of color finally being given space to find beauty and strength and comfort in each other for once — well, those are the kind of love stories we can’t wait to hear more of.
Summer TV is here and you know what that means: Queen Sugar! Claws! grown-ish! Burden of Truth! And, weirdly, the end of The Bold Type’s third season.
The Bold Type’s third season is setting Kat Edison up for a love triangle — but the sweetest journey has been watching her own self-discovery as she uncovers her young, queer voice.
Plus: JR and Petra try co-parenting on Jane the Virgin, Lena Waithe smooches Halley Berry on the mouth on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and Kat’s new love gets complicated on The Bold Type.
Plus updates on: The Flash, Gentleman Jack, Station 19, Charmed, Jane the Virgin, Grey’s Anatomy, and The Good Fight!
Buckle up, folks. We’re in for a gay breakup arc, and it’s not going to be pretty.
There’s nothing like a good old, grown up coming out story! You have 48 hours to vote for your favorites!
“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?
It’s our last TV list of 2018!
There’s an awful lot of awful things we could be thinking of, but for just one day let’s only think about love.
“It’s not just sex, it’s love. It’s two people connecting, with four other people, and aliens.”
Sometimes, on a rare harvest moon when the mermaids sing and the unicorns take flight, we’re treated to really authentic, layered, swoon-worthy portrayals of bisexual women on our favorite shows.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences — like Hollywood itself, and mainstream TV criticism — continues to be dominated by a voting block of mostly straight white men. So, for the first time ever, we’ve decided to host our own Autostraddle TV awards to coincide with the Emmys.
Fan service and character development and sex sex sex, oh my!
Everyone is acting stupid in Paris! Even OLIVER!
But seriously, when are we getting a musical episode?