What makes this horror short so captivating is not only its performances but its outright queerness.
Is The L Word’s Jenny the ultimate queer villain?
Jenny Schecter is a queer villain who isn't the result of lazy homophobic writing.
Killing Eve and a trope that should be buried
The series finale is the opposite of a love letter to queer fans.
Best friends and young love: Queer shipping in anime
"Where queer relationships in media are concerned, we often grab hold of what we can."
Euphoria, queer women, and tragedy in sapphic relationships
Sapphic relationships in media too often end tragically.
What queer fans really want from Killing Eve’s final season
Spy thrillers are moving away from the cringy past of the genre.
Black History Month: Black queer characters and their stories (Part 2)
Keep Black History Month going with more shows and films about individual Black experiences.
Black History Month: Black queer characters and their stories (Part 1)
This Black History Month, check out these shows that highlight a range of Black experiences.
Avoiding queer characters in films is cowardly: Scream 5
A queer character in the new horror film is iconic, but is that enough?
‘Unapologetically queer’: Seeing ourselves in the media we love
There's power in representing yourself, even in fiction. Vanessa Maki discusses Yellowjackets.
From cults to vampires: The year’s best queer horror
A roundup of some of the best creepy film and television that 2021 gave us.
Stone Ocean: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has its first female hero
The newest instalment of the anime hit gives viewers a new female lead and queer cast members.
How JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure influenced my queer journey
An anime series has played an unlikely role in how I experience gender.
Happiest Season: A conveniently gift-wrapped queer rom-com￼
This queer film follows the script of every straight rom-com.
Creepy and camp new LGBTQ films and shows for Halloween
Check out this fresh new spooky season entertainment.
Queer characters surviving horror films shouldn’t be radical
A new Netflix film does something that’s uncommon in horror: queer characters survive to the end.