LSE

jetgirl78:

Gail and Holly giving each other the “stop the bullshit and tell me” look.

can-i-be-your-favorite-bird:

it’s very frustrating being a girl and trying to flirt with other girls like. you tell them, ur cute. ‘Aw thank you’ no. no i’m being gay with you. homo intended. damn it

bisexual-books:

I am perpetually a half year behind when it comes to reading my comics. They languish in stacks as I get them, waiting until that one or two days a month where I have free time and remember how behind I am. Then I binge read for a bit and the cycle renews.

Which is to say, while this storyline was printed last Summer, I didn’t discover that they’d outed everyone’s favorite purple-haired psychic ninja as bisexual: Psylocke of the X-Men family of Marvel Comics, as depicted in Uncanny X-Force issues 7-9.

The fact that this happened and I hadn’t read about it in some news outlet by now astounded me. Northstar, arguably a much lesser known character (though I’ve always loved him. So dreamy. Such a bad boy. I digress.), marries his boyfriend and it’s national news. Loki’s new writer announces the character’s bisexuality and I can’t go anywhere on the internet without tripping over somebody’s opinion on the matter. 

So why is it that the most overly-fetishized, overly-sexualized X-Man of all causes nary a ripple with her love affair with Cluster? At the very least I would have expected something from the more juvenile contingent of the internet making some sort of fuss. Nada. Well, almost nada. We do have this post on Tumblr which has had a mere 11 note response in six months.  And then there is this thread on Comic Book Resources (aka CBR).  

I really don’t encourage anyone to go to that latter link unless you really want to read twenty odd internet forum pages of one angry Psylocke fan declaring she can’t be bisexual until she’s shown dating someone who matters, until she’s shown dating as many women as she’s dated men, and until she’s shown as bisexual by any other writer than the one who outed her because this fan does not like that writer’s work. There are also a lot of people trying to set this guy straight (no pun intended) about bisexuality and any number of his other deluded ideas. But really, like most any fan-ran internet discussion, it’s a lot of frustrating trolling.

But that is pretty much all. And the fact that no one at Marvel has made mention of it one way or the other when they do so with other characters troubles me. But regardless, I’m going to celebrate Psylocke as she’s been shown, as one of us, and hope this isn’t something that just gets swept under the rug in order to appease the trolls who need their wank fodder less Sapphic.

- Evan

skimmonslab:

Coooome ooon! Skye literally skips into Jemma’s hug, her hands are already on Skye when she jumps- look at it, she’s just so happy and free to skip from joy when she sees it’s Jemma. With May it was a contained nod and smile, with Fitz a short hug, that whole conversation with Ward, but with Jemma she’s as giddy as possible and feels free to show how happy she is, because Jemma’s her person.

Whatever they turn out to be, I need the writers to acknowledge how much they care for each other, because the emotion is obviously there and very relevant.


Surprise! -@aliyahobrien

Surprise! -@aliyahobrien

Kissing Katrina Law who plays Nyssa was easier than kissing Stephen.

Caity Lotz about kissing Katrina Law in the episode ‘Heir to the Demon’ (x)

jetgirl78:

“And that’s what happens when a lesbian directs a lesbian kiss. And then there were never any more lazy, stereotypical lesbian characters in American film ever again. Okay, not really, but every time you see a movie where a lesbian doesn’t kill anyone, doesn’t kill herself or doesn’t use a passport, it’s a victory. Go lesbians!” — Film critic (and favorite film gay) Alonso Duralde (X)

Here is a little information post. Nothing fancy. It is far from complete, but lets face it, a lot of lesbian cinema makes me want to throw my television, computer and most electronics out the window because they are so bad (Go Fish, Claire of the Moon, etc). These films range from stellar to alright, but I’m sure there are still a few decent ones I missed. For the TV section, I’ve only linked shows that have (or had) a lesbian as a main character/series regular. No stunt “suddenly lesbian for sweeps” shows here!

Unfortunately, no downloads here (Tumblr police are watching, y’all). The links direct you to the project’s IMDB pages. I hope you discover something new to enjoy.

Updated: March 24, 2014


Films
Maedchen in Uniform (1958)
The Children’s Hour (1961)
Therese and Isabelle (1968)
Lianna (1983)
Desert Hearts (1986)
Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)
The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love (1995)
Bound (1996)
Love and Other Catastrophes (1997)
All Over Me (1997)
But I’m a Cheerleader (1998)
When Night is Falling (1998)
Fucking Amal (1998 / Sweden)
Better Than Chocolate (1999)
Amiee & Jaguar (1999 / Germany)
What’s Cooking? (2000)
Kissing Jessica Stein (2001)
Mulholland Dr. (2003)
Saving Face (2004)
D.E.B.S. (2004)
Producing Adults (2004 / Finland)
Eulogy (2004)
My Summer of Love (2004)
Gray Matters (2006)
Puccini for Beginners (2006)
Loving Annabelle (2006)
Nina’s Heavenly Delights (2006)
The World Unseen (2007)
Imagine Me and You (2007)
Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007)
Water Lilies (2007 / France)
I Can’t Think Straight (2008)
Sunshine Cleaning (2008)
Bitch Slap (2009)
The Purple Sea (2009 / Itay)
Elosie’s Lover (2009 / Spain)
You Will Be Mine (2009 / France)
The Kids Are Alright (2010)
Bloomington (2010)
The Four-Faced Liar (2010)
Kyss Mig (2011 / Sweden)
The Guest House (2012)
Farewell, My Queen (2012)
A Perfect Ending (2012)
L’amore è imperfetto (2012)
Mosquita y Mari (2012)
Margarita (2012)
La vie d’Adèle (2013)
Concussion (2013)
Reaching for the Moon (2013)
Girltrash: All Night Long (2013)

TV Movies/Miniseries (U.S./Foreign)
Portrait of a Marriage (1992)
A Village Affair (1995)
The Investigator (1997)
Gia (1998)
If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000)
The Truth About Jane (2000)
A Girl Thing (2001)
Tipping the Velvet (2002)
An Unexpected Love (2003)
Clara cet été là (2004)
Between Two Women (2004)
Fingersmith (2005)
Daphne (2007)
Affinity (2008)
The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister (2010)
The Night Watch (2011)

TV Series (U.S./Foreign)
The L Word
Lip Service
Exes and Ohs
Sugar Rush
South of Nowhere
Heading Out
Orange is the New Black
Lost Girl (Characters: Bo/Lauren)
Grey’s Anatomy (Characters: Callie/Arizona)
Pretty Little Liars (Characters: Emily Fields)
The Good Wife (Characters: Kalinda Sharma)
All My Children (Characters: Bianca/Marissa/Reese)
Guiding Light (Characters: Natalia/Olivia)
E.R. (Characters: Kerry Weaver)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Characters: Willow/Tara/Kennedy)
Wonderfalls (Characters: Sharon Tyler)
The Playboy Club (Characters: Alice)
Cashmere Mafia (Characters: Caitlin Dowd)
Mistresses (Characters: Jessica/Alex)
Bad Girls (Characters: Nikki/Helen/Pat/Sheena)
Skins (Characters: Emily/Naomi)
Hex (Characters: Thelma Bates)
Queer as Folk (Characters: Melanie/Lindsey)
Once and Again (Characters: Jessie Sammler)
Rush (Characters: Stella Dagostino)
Bomb Girls (Characters: Betty McRae)
Degrassi (Characters: Imogen Moreno)
Shortland Street (Characters: Maia/Nicole)
Kick (Characters: Layla/Jackie)
Out of the Blue (Characters: Poppy/Peta)
Las Aparicio (Characters: Julia/Mariana - Mexico)
099 Central (Characters: Silvina/Marisa - Argentina)
Verbotene Liebe (Characters: Carla/Rebecca - Germany)
Hospital Central (Characters: Maca/Esther/Vero - Spain)
Aqui No Hay Quien Viva (Characters: Bea/Ana - Spain)
Los Hombres De Paco (Characters: Silvia/Pepa - Spain)
Tierra de Lobos (Characters: Cristina/Isabel - Spain)
El pasado es mañana (Characters: Marga/Aurora - Spain)
Amar En Tiempos Revueltos (Characters: Ana/Teresa - Spain)
Társas | Játék (Characters: Judit/Dorka - Hungry)
Marienhof (Characters: Juliette/Kerstin - Germany)
El Elegido (Characters: Greta/Gigi/Paloma - Argentina)
Cuestión de sexo (Characters: Sofía/Daniella - Spain)
Terapia d’urgenza (Characters: Marina/Esther - Italy)
Para vestir santos (Character: Malena - Argentina)
Go On (Character: Anne)
Chicago Fire (Characters: Leslie Shay)
Switch (Characters: Stella Munroe)
Underemployed (Characters: Sophia)
Last Tango in Halifax (Characters: Caroline/Kate)
The Town (Characters: Lucy/Carly)
Hollyoaks (Characters: Tilly/Esther)
River City (Characters: Christina/Alice)
Tutti pazzi per amore (Character: Eva - Italy)
Sos Mi Hombre (Characters: Brenda/Marisa - Argentina)
Famille d’accueil (Characters: Juliette/Celine - France)
Malaika (Characters: Esra/Laura - The Netherlands)
Waterloo Road (Character: Nikki)
A Touch of Cloth (Character: Anna)
The Fosters (Characters: Stef/Lena)
Orphan Black (Characters: Cosmia/Delphine)
Wentworth (Character: Franky Doyle)
Offspring (Characters: Eloise/Kim)
Les Revenants (Characters: Julie/Laure - France)
Los Vecinos En Guerra (Characters: Agustina/Valeria - Argentina)
Rookie Blue (Characters: Gail/Holly)
Las Trampas del Deseo (Characters: Lucia/Patricia - Mexico)
Em Familia (Characters: Clara/Marina - Brazil)
Janet King

Webseries/Short Films
Venice
Anyone But Me
Out with Dad
She Said Lenny
Empty Sky
Somewhere Only We Know
The Other War
Warpaint
Red Velvet Girls
Air Balloon
The Metronome
LSB: The Series
Kelsey: The Webseries
Edge of Normal
Nikki and Nora
Feminin/Feminin
Beacon Hill
The Girl’s Guide

LGBT Interest
Boys Don’t Cry (1999)
Tomboy (2011 / France)
The Times of Harvey Milk (1984)
Paris is Burning (1990)
The Celluloid Closet (1998)
This Film Is Not Yet Rated (2006)
Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema (2006)