The dynamic actress appeared in a string of popular films and TV shows, achieving leading-lady status in Hollywood until her highly scrutinized relationship with Ellen DeGeneres.
Just when we’d hit our exasperation point with Hollywood revivals, Amazon’s heartfelt, hilarious, and refreshingly queer-positive new series shows exactly how to do it right.
Even though it was canceled prematurely, Felicia D. Henderson, who got her start on ’90s sitcoms like “Family Matters,” says she’s “proud” of the lesbian teen vampire drama.
Netflix says killing “First Kill” was all about numbers but fans aren’t buying it, pointing to show after show about lesbians that never seem good enough to keep around.
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Behind a green door off London’s King’s Road was for many years a secret lesbian wonderland—a club called the Gateways, beloved by regulars, and eventually made famous on film.
The rising pop star writes about her trilogy of music videos spotlighting a lesbian romance and the myriad problems with the media’s portrayal of LGBTQ+ stories.