Swerve Series: The Rollercoaster Ride to Season 3

If you are anything like us, you woke up this morning to yet another twist from the Swerve Series saga: A new trailer for Season 3 was dropped and announced it’s final season will air next month! Hooray!   The web series produced by SKG Films, starring Sharon Belle, Winny Clarke, and Conni Miu, hasContinue reading “Swerve Series: The Rollercoaster Ride to Season 3”

How GLOW’s Arthie & Yolanda Spent Season Three Erasing Both Asexuality & Bisexuality

By Kelsey O’Regan **GLOW Season 3 Spoilers ahead** I’m used to getting burned by poor LGBTQIA representation. I’ve watched my favorite queer characters die immediately after a moment of pure joy, watched showrunners dance around labels for the sake of plot, and watched one stereotype after another get introduced and then promptly written off. WhatContinue reading “How GLOW’s Arthie & Yolanda Spent Season Three Erasing Both Asexuality & Bisexuality”

The Survival of Theo Crain

By Kelsey O’Regan Theodora Crain, both on paper and in living, breathing Kate Siegel form, is a revolutionary LGBTQ character. I would’ve watched The Haunting of Hill House with or without hearing whispers about Theo across social media in the weeks before I dove in. I’m a glutton for supernatural narratives— ghost stories, psychological horror,Continue reading “The Survival of Theo Crain”

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Being Critical About Criticism

By Kelsey O’Regan, Contributing Intern What do we want? Quality LGBTQ representation. When do we want it? Now. This is the overture constantly heard ‘round the Internet world, long before but especially after queer fan favorite Commander Lexa was killed in season three of The 100. In the past few years, we’ve not only grownContinue reading “Being Critical About Criticism”