queer TV characters
Beverly La Salle broke cultural barriers when she first appeared on the CBS sitcom in 1975 but also reinforced a TV trope, writer Matt Baume finds.
The network is going back in the closet in solidarity with those who can't live out and proud.
In recent years, shows like "Transparent” and "Orange Is the New Black” have been honored with critical accolades for their
When we think of LGBTQ media representation, the examples we think of have one thing in common. Brokeback Mountain and Modern
Check out video of the two shows frame by frame above. (h/t Time) Called "Haft Sang" and produced by the "Islamic Republic
Blatantly advocating for anything inside the mainstream Hollywood paradigm is no easy task, so Angela Robinson (True Blood, D.E.B.S., The L Word, Hung), who champions gay rights while also charming audiences who enjoy pure entertainment, is like a superhero.
As two queer female filmmakers, we were interested in doing a series of interviews with queer women in the TV world. Over the next month we will be chatting with amazing women who have penned and directed your favorite shows. We decided to start with writer/director Jamie Babbit.