Search results for "queer representation"

  • LBGTQ+ Characters in Comic Books: Marvel Part I

    While TV shows have a long way to go when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation, comic books have indeed given people around the world some impressive characters that fall on various places of the rainbow. If you want to read or get to know more about the comics that feature such characters, then you have […]



  • Top LGBTQ+ Geek Moments of 2014

    The year 2014 had many stand out moments for LGBTQ+ geeks and we here at the Geekiary compiled a list of some of our favorites. We had beautifully crafted on screen romances, unapologetic displays of queer characters, and actors and actresses using their spotlight to take a stand. It was truly an amazing year and […]


  • Geekiary’s 1000th Post!

    The Geekiary has been around for almost two years and today we celebrate with our 1000th post.  We’ve had dozens of guest bloggers along with our core group of writers, many of who have been with us since the first few months of this blogs creation.  We wanted our readers to have the opportunity to […]




  • Laverne Cox is Here for Faking It Season 2 and You Should Be Too

    According to Entertainment Weekly Laverne Cox, best known for her Emmy-nominated performance on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, will guest star in an episode of MTV’s Faking It in the upcoming Season 2. As a recent convert to this show and a fan of Laverne Cox this is pretty exciting news. I’ve been trying […]


  • Teen Wolf 4×9 Review: Perishable

    Watching Teen Wolf can be a very confusing experience for me because I love it but at the same time it really pisses me off. “Perishable” had some fantastic moments between the four remaining original regulars (Scott, Stiles, Lydia and Derek) and I will admit that I did not see that big bad reveal coming. […]



  • Orphan Black 2×08 Review: Variable and Full of Perturbation

    This episode was my absolute favorite episode of the season for one reason: Tony.   This show is unique in many ways.  It has a predominately female cast and several queer characters as part of the primary ensemble.  Orphan Black keeps pushing further in the realm of representation and has now introduced a transgender clone. There’s […]