The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – July 19, 2021
It’s a quickie recap week of miscellaneous shows with queer characters like Josie and Finch on Legacies, AJ and Alexis on The Republic of Sarah and Fabiola and Eve on Never Have I Ever.
Queer Beats – July 16, 2021
This week, MJ Rodriguez got an Emmy nod for Pose and it’s all we care about.
ComicCon is (still) At Home 2021
It sucks that it’s another year at home, but ComicCon@Home 2021 still has some quality content to look for!
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – July 12, 2021
After a long wait in-between seasons, I binged Atypical season 4 over the weekend and have a semi-spoiler-fee recap for you all.
Intimacy in the time of COVID
Showing love and sex with a raging pandemic is about as easy as getting a queer female named show a second season.
Shows We Love
An award-winning comedy/drama created by Jill Soloway who was inspired to write the show by their own Trans parent and her coming out experience.
Anyone But Me
Sixteen-year-old lesbian, Vivian, moves from Manhattan to Westchester, while attempting to maintain her relationship with her girlfriend Aster.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – July 5, 2021
Peacock dropped two comedies about all-women bands — Girls5eva and We Are Lady Parts. Both are great and have queer characters.
Queer Beats – July 2, 2021
This week, corporations blessed us with one entire month of good queer content. 🙂
The Chung-Chung-Changes of “Law & Order”
Over the thirty odd years we’ve had “Law & Order” on our screens, in one permutation or another, their representation has changed.
The Law of TV Averages in Show Scores
Percentages, averages, and a slower growth on show scores gives us an answer of where to see representation on US TV.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – June 21, 2021
Sara and Ava were finally reunited (kind of) on Legends of Tomorrow and we got to see the long-awaited Avalance proposal!