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    16 Queer TV Couples That Are Giving Us Representation And Lots Of Feels

    TV is the new gay agenda. 🚨Spoilers ahead🚨

    1. Wendy and Kay from Mindhunter

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    Mindhunter is a seriously underrated Netflix original that showcases a secret lesbian coupling in the 1970s.

    2. Levi and Nico from Grey's Anatomy


    Move aside Arizona and Callie. Nico and Schmitt are taking over our hearts on Gay's Anatomy.

    3. Rue and Jules from Euphoria


    Rue and Jules are the breakout couple of the year. Although, I'm low key rooting for Rue and Lexi.

    4. David and Patrick from Schitt's Creek


    David Rose is the personality of Schitt's Creek, and he deserves all the happiness in the world. Congrats to the happy couple on their engagement! I'm looking forward to a wedding episode in the final season.

    5. Alex and Kelly from Supergirl

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    Alex Danvers finally received another love interest on Supergirl after the unfortunate split between her and Maggie.

    6. Gael and Bryan from Good Trouble


    Despite unpopular belief, I am a strong shipper of Gael and Bryan on Good Trouble. It's uncommon to see the portrayal of bisexual male characters, and I would love Gael to continue this storyline.

    7. Casey and Izzie from Atypical

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    While Casey and Izzie may embody the typical enemy-turned-lover trope on Atypical, their relationship is so innocent and pure that it's difficult to be mad about it.

    8. Monty and Winston from 13 Reasons Why


    Monty and Winston were shortlived. They received almost no storyline or screentime, but their implied relationship was arguably more powerful than any of the other relationships on 13 Reasons Why.

    9. Petra and JR from Jane the Virgin


    Once Petra started dating JR, she changed for the better. Her smiles became genuine, and her happiness grew.

    10. Maggie and Malkie from Younger


    Maggie, the bonafide lesbian on Younger, hasn't been in many meaningful relationships so seeing her with Malkie is heartwarming and makes me believe love is out there (even if it takes a few extra years).

    11. Kat and Adena from The Bold Type

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    Kat and Adena on The Bold Type are made for each other, and I have no doubt they'll get back together. Sadly, until Kat finds herself, we'll have to go without the pairing.

    12. Eve and Villanelle from Killing Eve


    Although this isn't a sure thing, we all know there's strong sexual tension between these two on Killing Eve. Albeit, if nothing happens, I will scream.

    13. Dex and Fiona from Stumptown


    Dex and her ex lady lover from Stumptown give me Robin Scherbatsky meets Robin Daggers vibes.

    14. Kate and Sophie on Batwoman

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    Kate, aka Batwoman, made waves as the first lesbian superhero. Her love for Sophie is unwavering, except Sophie's recent marriage and self-homophobia is keeping them from being together.

    15. Valencia and Beth from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

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    Valencia's relationship with Beth on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend came so unsuspectingly, but it came at a perfect time. Once she found Beth, I almost completely forgot she even dated Josh Chan.

    16. And lastly, Elena and Syd from One Day at a Time


    Elena's unrelenting fight for equality is softened by her love for her partner, Syd. Since their relationship, Elena's character development has only grown for the better.

    Who were some of your favorite queer TV characters this year?


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