Why Imagine Me & You deserves to be remembered as a queer rom-com classic

The rom-com is an important and underrated genre of film – where else can an audience find comedy, happiness, angst, character development, and a love story that will always have a happy ending?  It’s this guaranteed positive outcome that makes LGBTQ+ rom-coms so important and a refreshing change from queer media marred in sadness (and […]

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Tom Hiddleston Reveals Why He Thought ‘Loki’ TV Series Was A ‘Risk’

By Sarah Curran. 1 hour ago Tom Hiddleston is reflecting on the hesitation he felt after Marvel first approached him about making a “Loki” TV series. The actor looked back on that moment in time, while taking part in The Hollywood Reporter’s Drama Actor Emmy roundtable, highlighting six of the “most buzzed about” actors this […]

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I Wish I Had The Lesbiana’s Guide to Catholic School as a Teen

When 16-year-old Yamilet came out, she lost her best friend and entire social circle. Hoping to start over, she decides to play the role of a super-straight girl in her new environment: a Catholic high school. Sonora Reyes’ The Lesbiana’s Guide to Catholic School follows Yamilet’s struggles to keep her queerness under wraps, especially when […]

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Why the Attempts to Diversify And Just Like That… Fell Flat

When HBO announced a Sex and the City revival, I was on the fence. Despite the network’s multiple attempts at recreating the iconic ’90s show in various forms (I’m looking at you, Girls), there had yet to be a rom-com series that lived up to the original. And that’s partly because SATC is one-of-a-kind. Adapted […]

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