Elena pushes back on all this, saying she doesn’t want to change how she dresses and that actually Maeve is bisexual, but they say that the term lesbian is “an easier sell” because it’s “more cut and dry.”
I guess what I’m learning about myself is that I’m not quite cut out for these slow-moving, period piece crime dramas. I like my crime shows to be procedural — if there are eight episodes, I want eight crimes. And I like my women front and center, thank you very much.
The first half of Lucifer’s fifth season is heaven and hell for the gays.
Between the female friendships and sweet queer romance, Trinkets Season 2 didn’t have to steal my heart because I gave it freely.
It’s all so well done, and between the intense female friendship conversation and a few other things I can’t mention without giving too much away, I felt like I was seeing aspects of my queer life I don’t usually get to see on screen.
Is ‘Get Even’ a good show with a robust queer storyline? It is not. Did I watch the entire thing in two days anyhow? I sure did!!!! Should you do the same?? Probably!