From the LWTV Archives: First Queer Woman on a Soap
This week, I dove into the world of soap operas to find the first queer woman on a daytime American soap.
From the LWTV Archives: Queer TV Nuns
This week, in honor of the second season of Warrior Nun, I decided to take a look back at other queer nuns that have graced our television screens.
From the LWTV Archives: First Queer Character on a Sitcom
This week, we are diving into the database to find the first queer character that appeared on a sitcom.
From the LWTV Archives: Actor with the Most Queer Roles
This week, I was curious to find out which actor on LWTV holds the record for playing the most queer characters on TV.
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.
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”.
From the LWTV Archives: First Out and Proud Woman on TV
This week, I searched the LWTV archives for the first queer woman on TV that was out and proud. I found her in an episode of The Bold Ones, a medical drama from the 1970s.
From the LWTV Archives: First Show to Use the Word “Lesbian”
This week, we are discussing the first show to actually use the word “lesbian” when referring to a queer character.
From the LWTV Archives: First Show with an Implied Gender Queer Character￼
For this post, I went in search of the first recurring queer female, non-binary, or trans character to appear on television.
From the LWTV Archives: The First Implied Queer Female on TV￼
The first column of “From the LWTV Archives” features the first implied female character on TV.
Queer Beats – May 27, 2022
This week, we got new trailers for Queer As Folk, The Umbrella Academy, and For All Mankind.