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.
It is already the end of Lip Service. After only 6 episodes, the season 2 is already finished. Why lesbian series only have each time just a few episodes? Look, while waiting for this evening, here an extract of this last episode.
But how will finish this season 8 of Grey's Anatomy? We know that in the finale episode, following an air crash, one of the main character will die. Will it be Arizona, Meredith, Christina, Lexie, Mark or Derek?
The series of monologues continues with this time, Tess who tells us about her and Katie, the daughter of one of her mother's friends who was straight but needed to practice kissing before she went on a date with a boy.
Tomorrow, we will be able to watch the episode 4 of Lip Service but here already an extract of this new episode.
I have watched Glee since its beginnings. A show with musical performances each episode and Lea Michele from Spring Awakening, the soundtrack which gets played the most on my iTunes, sounded amazing. I got pulled in by the characters, the storylines, and the music. The show has had its ups and downs, but Ryan Murphy, the show’s creator, has created an outlet for all kinds of different people. Most shows do not have average looking people, gays or lesbians, or individuals with disabilities. And now a trans* character has also been introduced to the mix.
The summer will be hot on our television! The Real L Word season 3 will start to be aired on July 12th and here finally the list of the cast and the first teaser. We could follow Whitney again, of course, with a few other girls of the season 2 and a few new girls of New York, especially Hunter Valentine's band members.
Whereas the season 2 of lip service has started for two weeks and rather shocked us a few days ago with the death of Cat, here two others monologues and a first preview of the episode 3.