Which Iconic Queer TV Space Are You?

We’ve been thinking about Spaces & Places with Meg Jones Wall‘s magical series, and it got us thinking about iconic fictional places, specifically, places from popular queer TV shows. When answering these questions about your “space,” you can interpret that however you want. Your literal home, your ideal living place, your metaphorical ~*~space~*~ that people experience when being part of your life. And then I’ll tell you which TV show’s iconic space you share a vibe with, to the best of my ability.


Which Iconic Queer TV Space Matches Your Vibe?

Pick a word combination that defines the primary uses for your space:(Required)
Pick a movie to watch in your space:(Required)
Pick a song to put on at top volume:(Required)
Choose a quote that is likely to be said by someone in your space:(Required)
Pick a You Need Help:(Required)
What's the most likely thing to happen in your space:(Required)
What pet would most likely be found in your space:(Required)
Pick a Katie McGrath Role:(Required)
Pick a series of emojis that makes you think of home:(Required)
Where is your ideal date spot?(Required)
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Just a TV-loving, Twitter-addicted nerd who loves reading, watching, and writing about stories. One part Kara Danvers, two parts Waverly Earp, a dash of Cosima and an extra helping of my own brand of weirdo.

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33 Comments

  1. We need more media representation of queer spaces populated with cats, books, small electronics projects, high powered model rockets and avionics under construction, weaving, spinning, and knitting.

  2. I took the quiz once with my actual literal house in mind and got Elena’s living room! Then I took it again with my ideal “space” in mind and got Emma and Lyn’s bar! What does this say about me???

  3. I got Ryan Wilders’ RV and the description is right about the plants!

    I have 30ish plants. A friend once asked how I planned my plant space and I was kind of like “plan? Uh, I don’t plan, I just try to give my plants what they need”

    “Your space is ever-changing. You rearrange your furniture whenever the mood strikes, and are constantly adding new touches here and there. And the plants! So many plants. Constantly changing plants. New plants, repotted plants, trimmed plants. Your space hardly ever looks the same for too long, but you need to do what you feel is right, and I respect the hell out of that”

  4. Your space radiates warmth and welcoming, though it has a zero tolerance policy for closed-mindedness and assholery. You’re up on current events, both in the social justice community and also re: your favorite sci-fi show. You don’t care if being nerdy is cool now, because you’re proud of your nerdiness either way. PS. I love your Funkos.

    Never felt more seen.

  5. I got Villanelle’s Parisian apartment…

    “Your space doesn’t really make sense. I mean, it does, it’s beautiful, I love it, really, but it always surprises people when they first see it. On the surface, it doesn’t seem to quite match your personality, but you know you better than they do. Besides, you’re not really a stay-in-one-place-for-long kind of person, so no need to get TOO settled. Also, hey…are you okay?”

    And then I looked up at my place (my place that I’m moving out of in 2 weeks) and just smiled. Is it wrong that this match fills me with pleasure?

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