Tomorrow, the second episode of the season 3 of The Real L Word 'Leap Of Faith' will be aired on Showtime but in the meantime, here two previews of this new episode.
Our screencaps recaps of "The Real L Word" are back for season 3 and so here's the first episode they decided to call, for some reason that escapes me, "apples and oranges" and I prefer to call it "two surprises and a banana" because yes, there is a banana.
As reports Deadline, Jennifer Lopez is developing an hour-long drama for ABC Family focused on a lesbian couple and in which she will guest star.
Late night television is a good escape for many of us who want to catch the news in a funny way while also seeing some of our favorite actors and musicians either talk about their work or perform. The hosts duke it out with their monologues, trying for the funniest jokes to gain an audience in a timeslot when many are already asleep. But with humor, where must you draw the line between funny and offensive?
Laura Fraser, the actress who played Cat in Lip Service, will play in the season 5 of Breaking Bad.
Documentaries are a great way to come to new information, whether about life, science, or gender. They create, in the time of about an hour or more, a look into a specific subject using different methods: interviews, the following of a subject, intriguing graphics, and multiple other approaches. Recently, I have watched a couple of gender documentaries, Genderf*kation: A Gender Emancipation and Gender Redesigner.
Only one month before the beginning of the season 3 of The Real L Word which will begin on July 12th and Showtime has thus released a new teaser in which the girls of Los Angeles meet, with cautious at the beginning, the girls of Brooklyn but all is settled with who? With Whitney of course, watch!
A few weeks ago, I wrote about a trans* character on Glee, Unique. I expressed concern about how the creators were going to handle the presentation of Unique’s storyline and how realistic it would appear because despite Glee’s track record of presenting those who in other outlets are underrepresented, sometimes the verisimilitude of these storylines can be sadly lacking. I was hoping Unique’s storyline would follow the more realistic story of Santana coming out to her grandmother, who was not accepting. Unfortunately, most people who come out do not receive a welcoming reception from family, so to present the situation in such a way more realistically depicted coming out, which is one of the most daunting things people in the LGBTQ* community face. We need representation in the media to allow people from without the community to see what it is really like to be a part of the community. Creating that connection can help us in steps toward equality.