Planning on spending a lot of time on the couch? Here are 31 shows that would be good even without lesbian, bisexual and otherwise-identified queer female characters but luckily, they do!
Autostraddle walks you through the entire history of trans female characters on American television from 1965-2015.
In honor of our seventh birthday, a look back on the seven television shows with the biggest impact on the representation of LGBTQ women over the last seven years.
Regina George was right: You invite a lesbian to a pool party, and it’s gonna get gay.
From lesbian gangs killing old ladies in a nursing home to actresses with Mommy issues to inspirational schoolteachers, these are ten of the first-ever lesbian characters on American primetime television, 1961-1977.
Kim and Sugar. Camilla and Jocelyn. Alice and Dana. A look at the legendary duos that lived the nightmare and sometimes came out alive.
It’s Gal Pal Week on Autostraddle.com! Let’s kick it off by counting down television friendships we adore!
In honor of the I BROKE UP LIKE THIS ‘zine, we present 17 times queer female couples on television broke each other’s hearts and also our own.
I woke up this morning with a burning desire to talk about Tori from “Saved by The Bell.” Did you wake up wanting to talk about Mama Keaton or Darlene Conner? I bet you did.
“Let’s take a moment of silence for all of us women in the U.S. who did not know until this season that in Canada y’all throw axes for fun, and who are now contemplating crossing the border. I can’t be the only one whose world was rocked this hard by axe throwing.”
I never had to think to myself, “where are the people that look like me?” because they were there, in abundance, everywhere I looked.
Eight of our favorite lady-bosses and an inspirational playlist for all you bosses out there.