Here’s the Punchline: A Queer Fan’s Hopes for the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

You know what would be Kevin Smith’s biggest power move yet? He’s made a lot in his life and career. Like, a lot. But the biggest wouldn’t be going from … Continue reading Here’s the Punchline: A Queer Fan’s Hopes for the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

The Online World of Shipping, and How Gay Teens Are Curating Their Own Media

There are communities on Twitter for almost any interest or hobby, and ‘Stan Twitter’ is a part of the site’s foundation. For every person tweeting pictures of their cat, there’s … Continue reading The Online World of Shipping, and How Gay Teens Are Curating Their Own Media

Through David and Patrick, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Imagines a Kinder Reality for LGBTQ+ Individuals

When the term “comfort show” is brought up in conversations about TV, what do you think of first? For many people, it’s situational comedies that are easily binge-able – shows … Continue reading Through David and Patrick, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Imagines a Kinder Reality for LGBTQ+ Individuals

Bears, Otters and Werewolves – Our Queer Love For Horror

On the surface, horror may seem like a simple genre; oozing straight-male energy where the only brains involved are dripping down a blood riddled wall. However, the loudest critics of … Continue reading Bears, Otters and Werewolves – Our Queer Love For Horror

Here We Go Again: Why I’m Sick of The Way Lesbian Relationships Are Portrayed on TV

I feel like a bad bi girl for saying this, but I’ve never watched Wynonna Earp. Even more criminal, I never watched Supergirl past season one, and I don’t plan … Continue reading Here We Go Again: Why I’m Sick of The Way Lesbian Relationships Are Portrayed on TV

Are They or Aren’t They? A Call For Less “Coding” And More Explicitly LGBT Characters In Modern Film

Recently, I had the pleasure of watching the Tetsuya Nakashima film Kamikaze Girls for the first time. It’s a saturated wonderland of a film. It is as charming as it … Continue reading Are They or Aren’t They? A Call For Less “Coding” And More Explicitly LGBT Characters In Modern Film