L.R. Staples, Sarah Lawrence College
While some genres continue to rely on outdated tropes like female submission, others provide a beacon of hope for queer female audiences as they portray women as strong, independent leads.
After being the boy who lived, Daniel Radcliffe has had a bizarre acting career, to say the least, and his role in the American anthology series is no exception.
In the American comedy series, the supposed gap between the generations is put to the ultimate test as the show’s frontrunners play teen versions of themselves.
A true descendant of older forms of entertainment, this thought-provoking show is making viewers drastically rethink their relationship with technology.
Programs with lesbians as side characters seem to fare okay on the platform, but series that cast them as the main character don’t seem to last as long.
As various clothing brands continue to better their size ranges, many theorize that it’s only being done to profit off of plus-sized shoppers with no fashionable alternatives.
A combination of vintage aesthetics and a loving tribute to a plus-sized star, the influencer’s new short film is clearly revolutionary.
While the crime drama has paved the way in featuring plus-size female leads, does this representation trump other questionable casting choices?
After lesbophobic BookTokers made their prejudices known, lesbians and allies alike came together to share their love of sapphic romance novels.
When you make content that relies on already established entertainment in the way that this show has, bias may ensue…
In comparison to the first season, the show’s second season really lets viewers see a more vulnerable side of Mae.
In an age when Black women’s sexuality continues to be taken from them, so-called ‘Hot Lists’ like Maxim’s ‘Hot 100’ ought to be scrutinized more than ever.
A sapphic love story that culminates in an epic heist, this movie — which portrays a butch-femme pairing that is rare in cinema — truly has something for everyone.
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