“You two are straight? Can I watch!?”
The pair’s photos for Diva Magazine are just as perfect as you would imagine.If not more.
“Dang it Karen, stop being such a twat swat.”
In an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed, showrunner Carter Covington sets the record straight on Amy’s sexuality, Karma’s true feelings, and whether these two best friends can ever be something more. WARNING: Major spoilers for the Season 1 finale ahead!
The teen comedy-drama — about two girls who pretend to be lesbians — was initially the subject of criticism, but the show channels the confusion of adolescence to broaden portrayals of the sexual spectrum.
Forget the big kiss, nothing is more beautiful than the the “reveal” moment right before the ceremony. Photographers from The New Art Of Capturing Love provide ample evidence.
“Seriously, how does scissoring work?”
Listen up, Alice and Shane were only the beginning.
Watch the world premiere trailer for MTV’s Faking It, a timely new comedy the cast and crew believe will break new ground and make life better for LGBTQ youth.
The group that made a name for itself by posing as a lesbian couple performed in Sochi, despite Russia’s “gay propaganda” law.
Actress Tatiana Maslany plays several genetically identical clones in this series, but that doesn’t mean one doesn’t clearly stand out above the rest.
Why let everyone else have all the fun? According to data collected by Foursquare, these are the most popular lady bars in the country.
The Kids Are All Right was eerily similar to my life.
Including that classic tale of Mr. Fancy-Panties.
The web series for the awkward lesbian in all of us wraps up its first season. Creator Amy Rubin speaks to BuzzFeed about the final episode.
Lesbian redditors were asked what stereotypical lesbian things they didn’t like. Here’s what they said.
Two lesbians living together = feelings, overstuffed closets, feelings, cat hair, and feelings.
Game over, these newlyweds have outdone us all.
Because literally no one will take you seriously if you don’t have a “The L Word” watch.
“That is disgusting. Disgusting! You are going to hell!”
Condensed to a synopsis, this queer take on a suburban housewife’s midlife crisis may read like a pulp novel, but what director Stacie Passon does with those tropes is what you’ll remember.
SMH. Biphobia is not a good look. WARNING: NSFW language.
If you hurt one of our favorite characters, we will come after you.
THIS IS BIG NEWS, EVERYONE.
The first season has been really…emotional. BRB, bawling my eyes out.
Moving in with your girlfriend is a big thing. Make sure you know these undeniable truths before you go for it.
Aha! We knew their relationship couldn’t be so perfect.
Callie and Arizona’s relationship is up in the air, just like everyone’s emotional well being this season. Jesus, take the wheel.
“We are living [with] and loving gay family members way more than we admit it in the African American community,” says the director.