10 Lesbian Films and Shows With Happy Endings

As every queer woman who has ever logged on to Netflix knows, lesbians are rich in tragedy. The typical story arc for women who love women in film and television goes something like this: Girl painfully comes to terms with feelings for other girl. The exploration of these feelings costs girl her job/children/parental approval, and…

Rosa Diaz Comes Out As Bisexual on Brooklyn Nine-Nine

On last night’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Detective Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) revealed something that her most ardent fans have long known: she is bisexual. http:// Be proud. 🏳 🌈 #BiVisibility #Brooklyn99 pic.twitter.com/qwMCByvnst — Brooklyn Nine-Nine (@Brooklyn99FOX) December 6, 2017   She shares this fact about herself after her friend and squadmate Detective Boyle catches her on the…

Dear Supergirl Writers, NO ONE WANTS LENA AND JAMES TOGETHER

Somewhere, there is a person. A person who decides which characters play love interests on the show Supergirl. This is an open letter to that person. Hey.  You don’t know me, but I’m a huge fan of your show.  You’ve created some of my favorite characters on television, and Supergirl is one of only three…

How Queer Do We Think Netflix’s “Godless” Is Going To Be?

On November 22, Netflix will unleash its latest piece of original programming onto our eager minds: a six-part Western called Godless. The series concerns the fate of a town where all the men died in a tragic mining/oil drilling/underground rave accident. THAT’S WHAT YOU GET FOR TRUSTING A WOODEN ELEVATOR, FRANKLY. This awful event leaves the…