Why Naya Rivera’s Death Poses Unique Grief For Fans

  It has now been ten days since actress Naya Rivera drowned saving her young son on Lake Piru in California and like many, I have been grieving. I've struggled to put into words exactly what I am feeling, the mix of emotions of shock, sadness, empathy for her family and close friends, and anger… Continue reading Why Naya Rivera’s Death Poses Unique Grief For Fans

Roswell, New Mexico Offers Must See Out of This World Queer Romance

  For the last five years or so, reboots and remakes of our favorite TV shows and movies have been all the craze. Some believe Hollywood has simply run out of original story ideas, while others believe the re-imagining of the worlds we once escaped to is necessary in today's culture. Then there are others… Continue reading Roswell, New Mexico Offers Must See Out of This World Queer Romance

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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. What… Continue reading How GLOW’s Arthie & Yolanda Spent Season Three Erasing Both Asexuality & Bisexuality

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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 grown… Continue reading Being Critical About Criticism

Kait & Nic: The Queer Web Series You Didn’t Know You Needed

If you have been following Queer Quality since January, you have seen us talk a great deal about the upcoming queer digital series called Kait & Nic. Six months later, the first two episodes of this four part mini series have finally been released on YouTube, making it's debut appropriately in the middle of Pride Month.… Continue reading Kait & Nic: The Queer Web Series You Didn’t Know You Needed