“It’s not just sex, it’s love. It’s two people connecting, with four other people, and aliens.”
Even now, almost a decade after The L Word’s final season, with LGBTQ+ representation at unprecedented heights, we still hold Jenny Schecter up as our ultimate villain. Her name is a curse, a swear, a shortcut for derision. She is a model of bad behavior.
Fan service and character development and sex sex sex, oh my!
Mamma Mia, here we go again! It’s season two of The L Word and I want to die!
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.
Here’s how we handle TV that lets us down, the shows we think successfully turned it around, and our ultimate dealbreakers.
I like to power up my spirit by swooning at the TV. Maybe you do too?
Everybody is wearing perfect outfits for Pride, but which celebrity is wearing “the most Blanche Deveraux thing [they] have ever put on [their] body” ?!?!?!?!
Here are the queer lady ships that made us/destroyed us; what are yours?
All the good gay news from around the globe this week and how it relates to SHENNY!
Made you another playlist! 😉
“Your assignment is to write about what happens when Sarah Schuster moves back to LA after a brief stay in a psychiatric hospital in her hometown in Illinois.”
It’s 2017, and married power lesbians Jenny Schecter and Shane McCutcheon face some tough stuff only days before Carmen De La Pica Morales is coming in for a weekend visit that turns out a whole lot cooler than anybody could’ve predicted.
Grab your Dos Equis because it’s time to binge-watch your fave video!
A reader has just realized that Shenny is OTP. What now??
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A guide to watching “The L Word” for first-timers, chock-full of L Word trivia for repeat offenders.
Come for the gooey feelings, stay for the deception and scissoring quotes.
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!
Shane’s hair in season one is a Gemini, but by season four, it’s a Pisces.