Tegan and Sara’s “High School” is Scruffy and Sapphic
I know you feel it too, it all seems so untrue. When you get up and over it and over them. Tegan and Sara’s memoire hits the small screen this week.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – October 10, 2022
I did a few binge-watches including Harley Quinn and NCIS: Hawai’i so I could jump on board the Kate and Lucy ship.
2022: Hindsight, Damn Hindsight, and Statistics
In 2020 and 2021, I looked back at the numbers for shows, as a bit of a canary in a coal mine kind of gut check. The facts as we know them: overall representation has been declining there are fewer shows with queer rep than in previous years the pandemic absolutely hurt TV we get…
From the LWTV Archives: First Happy Ending
This week, I wanted to find the first time on TV that queer women got a happy ending. Unsurprisingly, Friends was the winner.
ClexaCon ’22: Bex Taylor-Klaus Spills All
The queer representation landscape has changed immensely over the last decade, and Bex has been a part of the change every step of the way.
The Queerest Things I Watched Last Week – September 19, 2022
Nova and Mo have been making eyes at each other since Queen Sugar season seven started and Bibi gets her episode on Bad Sisters.
ClexaCon ’22: Bridget Regan – The Greatest Villain
We sat down with our favourite villain of all time, Sin Rostro, to talk about pealing faces, anti-heroes, and what she loved best of it all.
ClexaCon ’22: “Batwoman” Herself – Javicia Leslie
Comics and capes and the importance of telling our stories all come to the front when we talked with Javicia Leslie about being Batwoman.
ClexaCon ’22: “First Kill”‘s Imani Lewis
Driving a stake into our hearts, Imani Lewis dishes on getting cast, her familiarity with the queer world, and making Calliope authentic.
From the LWTV Archives: First Queer Athlete￼
In honor of #ALOTO, this week’s column looks into the first queer woman athlete in TV history!
Turns out, it is Niki Gunter on a 1977 episode of “Westside Medical”.