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“She raises both hands to the orchestra and she smiles into the audience. She nearly breaks her face in two because she knows, she really knows, that she did it. She’s the star.”
Anne Lister is that dyke.
“There isn’t a thing Friends did that Living Single didn’t do FIRST and with essentially 1/8th the budget. Tattoo it on my skin. I stand by it.”
We’ve got a lesbian taxidermist in Run, a fish cop in Hightown, Janelle Monae in a rowboat and so much more.
And a healthy dose of women in top hats.
Wynonna Earp is funny and smart and full of found family feels, which I suppose is how it led me to my smart, funny found family.
“Fire is hot, water is wet and ‘The Wire’ is the greatest television show of all time. Facts on facts on facts.”
“This show gives me permission to be the person I am and the artist I want to become.”
One thing that does unite every show on this list is that each of them came into my life at the exact right time and also all influence my own writing in some way.
Listen, I love an ensemble drama!
If you like Sex and the City, watch Girlfriends. If you like Community, watch A Different World. If you like Girls, watch Twenties.
All the Spring TV coming up definitely or probably queer this March, April and May — lesbian and bisexual female characters and non-binary people investigating murders, surviving post-apocalyptic frozen tundras, skateboarding in New York City and so much more!
In other words, straight people are not okay.
Our TV Team weighs in on what we loved and didn’t love in “The L Word: Generation Q”‘s first season!
The entire TV Team weighs in on the sex scenes and potential/actual relationships that warmed our hearts and thighs during Season One of “The L Word: Generation Q.”
Vampires and zombies and spaceships and swords and clones and superpowers and ghosts and time-travel, oh my!
Our TV critics smashed their heads together to deliver our picks for the years’ 25 best shows with queer, lesbian, bisexual and trans women characters as well as each of our individual top 15s. So much TV you’ve gotta see in here!
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!
“They murdered someone together which was sex. I don’t understand what’s confusing here.”