ComicCon@Home 2021: Motherland, Star Trek, Legends and More
While SDCC wasn’t as gay as I would have liked, it still has some queer news.
We’re Losing Our Minds (In a Good Way) Over “Batwoman”
Renee Montoya returns to the Batverse in the best way possible.
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!
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.
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.
“Motherland: Fort Salem” Returns for Season Two
The witches are back and the stakes are even higher as we have new powers, new foes, and yes, new witches.
Is The Bold Type’s Scarlet an Autostraddle for the Straights?
The future of “The Bold Type” is change.
Lady Parts Screams The Rebellion
There’s no one right way to be who we are, and Lady Parts shouts that for all to hear.
The Final Season for “The Bold Type”
It’s the last season for “The Bold Type” and it’s time to address the Log Cabin Elephant in the room.
Has Pilot Season Fallen?
The hopes for new series flies high with the potential to be a year-round show.