I don’t know if you’ve felt it yet, but we certainly have. This is the year where lesbian, bisexual, queer, and trans women of color are taking over your television screens.
The future of Kadena is uncertain (but not doomed).
Please sign my petition demanding a musical episode of “The Bold Type.”
I like to power up my spirit by swooning at the TV. Maybe you do too?
Everyone’s trying to be more emotionally honest with themselves and others in the strongest episode of the season.
Season two has figured out what to do with Jane, but it would be cool if it could also figure out what to do with Adena.
It’s not perfect, and last week’s episode on Kat’s identity really missed the mark, but there’s a lot to love about this queer, feminist show.
“Rose Colored Glasses” bites off way more than it can chew.
Emotional honesty is sexy.
It’s gonna be cool for the summer with all these TV shows featuring lesbian, bisexual and queer female characters.
How will you ever choose?!
It doesn’t get any easier in the Sweet 16.
We started with 64 couples, now we’re down to 32. Did your picks make the cut? Does your fave have what it takes to make it to the Sweet 16? It’s survive and advance, people! Survive and advance!
Forget your ridiculous national championships, Natalie’s on a search to crown the best first on-screen kiss.
2017 somehow turned out to be the best year ever for lesbian and bisexual women on television — but we’ve still got a ways to go.
These were entire TV episodes that paid off queer storylines that had been building, or approached lesbian and bisexual and trans stuff in ways we’ve never really seen on-screen, or expanded queer storytelling into genres where it’d been lacking, or utilized new TV platforms in queer ways.
There were songs and bike races and hot air balloon rides and promises of forever and allusions to some of the most romantic tropes and movies of all times.
2017 was the best of times and the worst of times. LOL JK it was the absolute worst of times. But the queer TV was pretty good.
Has anyone heard of that show The Bold Type?
The show’s first season finale is ambitious, heartfelt, and a compelling argument for its renewal.