“To L and Back” Gen Q Podcast Episode 107

Bette Porter is not afraid to sleep with your wife! And we’re not afraid to admit that we loved a certain sinful make out!

Join me, Analyssa, and the world’s number one Sinley shipper Riese Bernard on this week’s “To L and Back” as they discuss the penultimate episode of the inaugural season of The L Word: Generation Q. Tina is still in town, Micah is still trying to be seen, Dani is still too focused on work, and our favorite throuple is falling apart.

All this drama has our hearts racing like horses stampeding in mud!

My Notes:

+ Here’s the info for the restaurant Ma’am Sir
+ The Autostraddle ranked L Word sex scenes list with Stir Fry coming in at #6
+ The book Sophie is reading is Women by Chloe Caldwell and you can buy it at your local independent bookstore or on Emily Books or on Amazon.
+ There is now a what L Word character are you Instagram filter and it includes Gen Q! I got Sophie sun, Bette moon, Bette rising. (But I still think I’m an Alice rising.)
+ We made jokes about the Hays Code and you should read about it here
+ Interview with Laurel Holloman in The Advocate
+ An article about Annise Parker, the lesbian mayor of Houston
+ My piece that I mentioned at the end of the episode: The L Word: Generation Q Should Change Its Mind About Trans Actors Playing Cis Characters
+  Follow me and Analyssa on Twitter!
+  Follow me and Analyssa on Instagram!

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Drew Burnett Gregory

Drew is a Brooklyn-based writer, filmmaker, and theatremaker. She is a Senior Editor at Autostraddle with a focus in film and television, sex and dating, and politics. Her writing can also be found at Bright Wall/Dark Room, Cosmopolitan UK, Refinery29, Into, them, and Knock LA. She was a 2022 Outfest Screenwriting Lab Notable Writer and a 2023 Lambda Literary Screenwriting Fellow. She is currently working on a million film and TV projects mostly about queer trans women. Find her on Twitter and Instagram.

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