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
It is our pleasure to announce our support and excitement for ClexaCon London! In April, we covered the 2nd Annual ClexaCon in it's home town of Las Vegas, where we were given the opportunity to chat with many celebs, fans and the founders of this queer-tastic convention! In November, many of the familiar faces found … Continue reading Press Release: CLEXACON, THE LARGEST LGBTQ MULTI-FANDOM CONVENTION IN THE WORLD, IS COMING TO LONDON!
Fact: Some people experience little to no sexual attraction to another human being. This is the basic definition of asexuality. Asexuality, like every other sexual orientation and gender identity, is a complex label given to a group of people who simply do not look at another person and have a desire to sleep with them. … Continue reading Pride Talks: Lets Talk About (A)Sex(uality), Baby!
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
When we last spoke with Nicole Pacent about bisexuality and mental health, she explained that a common problem with mainstream media portraying bisexual characters, specifically, is the erasure of the character's bisexual nature. This is due in part to bisexuality being confused with polyamory to some degree, but the issue goes even further when developing a … Continue reading Pride Talks: Nicole Pacent on Bisexual Misrepresentation in Hollywood