DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is the ugly duckling of the DCTV universe but has gathered a strong fan base for both its inclusive and insane storylines. One half of the ship Avalance, Jes Macallan, talked to us at ClexaCon 2019 about her character Ava, LGBTQ representation, and her experience with the fandom. Read our before […]
While the #SaveODAAT campaign is still raging on, I talked with our favorite One Day At A Time on-screen couple, Isabella Gomez and Sheridan Pierce, at ClexaCon 2019 about colorism, non-binary representation, the “Me Too” impact; and Elena and Alex’s relationship. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]
Last weekend, I got the opportunity to interview Black Lightning’s Nafessa Williams (Anissa Pierce) and Chantal Thuy (Grace Choi) at ClexaCon. We talked representation, Black Culture, fandom and of course, ThunderGrace. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
ClexaCon is back in Las Vegas next week for its third edition, and here are five reasons why you should attend. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Love cyborgs? Visual novels? LGBT+ and racial diversity? Love Shore is the game you want, and right now they need your support on Kickstarter. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
What happened to Voltron Season 8? How did the final release become something barely recognizable to longtime fans? What was the deal with those leaks? Read on for a warts-and-all review of the whole situation from our Special Guest Contributor, Taylor Hardman. Fair warning- there are spoilers for Voltron: Legendary Defender ahead. The eighth and […]
Producers and co-directors of The Rainbow Bridge Motel Scott Rubin and J. Garrett Vorreuter will join stars of queer film and invited celebrities at the Los Angeles Premiere screenings, which will benefit the Los Angeles LGBT Center. The event is open to the public! Go support if you are able to. Read our before commenting. Please […]
Yen Tan’s 1985 takes a very emotional look at the AIDS crisis by centering around a single family. Building on the ideas featured in his short of the same name, Tan offers a story that might feel relatable to many in the queer community growing up in the ’80s. Read our before commenting. Please do […]
If you are looking for a queer storyline with a happy ending (at least for now), I recommend checking out the Spanish TV series Elite, available on Netflix. Along with featuring two queer male characters, one being a POC Muslim, the series also has your usual dose of high school drama and murder! Read our […]
Last season ended on a low note as the Earp-cursing demon Bulshar rose again and Wynonna and Doc sent baby Alice away for protection. It wasn’t an easy choice for the parents, and that shows in the first episode of Season 3, ‘Blood Red and Going Down’. In line with Wynonna Earp’s usual excellent writing, […]