Love was in the air in the 2000s — and so were memorable meet-cutes, slightly contrived conflicts, and satisfying happy endings. Here are 15 of the best rom-coms of the 2000s.
Drag seems to be everywhere from RuPaul’s Drag Race to the latest unhinged senate bill, but it wasn’t always this way. Here’s a brief history of drag in media.
These queer Christmas movies will make your holidays extra gay in both senses of the word.
In a recent survey by the Anti-Defamation League regarding LGBTQ+ safety on social media, 66% of LGBTQ+ respondents experienced hate-based online harassment.
Too often, autistic characters fall under one of two categories: clueless intellectuals or burdens for neurotypicals. These three characters are changing that.
Netflix’s Sex Education combines informed, responsible discussions of sex with enough raunch and drama to keep us laughing and crying the whole way through.
Fill your home with a hundred babies or a harem of your dead husbands’ ghosts.
1984 was a landmark year. Sure, it’s not quite what George Orwell wrote about back in 1949 (that, arguably, applies to today’s times), but a lot of things happened that year, too. Prince’s Purple Rain ruled the airwaves, HIV was identified (after years of the government dragging its heels), Tetris gave gamers its first block, […]
From a convent school of killer nuns to an orphanage educating the antichrist, here are 6 books about magic schools that aren’t Harry Potter.
History-maker, action star, and Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh has a long and impressive resume. Here are her top five best films.
Horror is a space for us to shriek, stab, and slash. Here’s how female rage found a home in horror.
What can we expect from a “completely unique copy of the original”? Jump into the rabbit hole with us and everything we know so far about Orphan Black: Echoes.
Love her or hate her, you can’t deny that when people come for Taylor out of nowhere, she tends to come out on top — singing karma is her boyfriend, a god, and so on.
Yes, Warrior Nun is still technically saved. But after the latest “big announcement,” the question is: At what cost?
Across 538 artworks, Let There Be Frames is a celebration of a key scene in Good Omens Season 2 and a testament to the power of fandom, community, and creativity.
Kristen Stewart? A queer crew? Haunted places? Yes, please! Hulu’s Living For The Dead is the gay Scooby-Doo we didn’t know we needed this spooky season.
Small details, pop culture references, and Easter Eggs abound in Good Omens Season 2. And as we wait for news about Season 3, every rewatch is an opportunity to discover new ones.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be in a time loop? These 5 movies and TV shows explore this tricky storytelling device, and are great to watch time and time again.
The new guild contract just dropped, and it’s exceptional. Here are 7 highlights from the MBA tentative agreement — won after an incredible 148-day show of union solidarity.
If you’re looking to venture into the spectacular imagination of Neil Gaiman, here’s our pick of the best screen adaptations of his stories.
If we had our way, the TV resurrection of the once-cancelled Warrior Nun wouldn’t be as rare as it is. Here are 4 WLW-led cancelled shows that deserve it, too.
The Job minisode is Good Omens at its absolute best. Now on my 15th rewatch, here are four thoughts on ‘A Companion to Owls’.
Over the past decade, we’ve come a long way in telling trans stories on TV. And while there’s still a long way to go, here are four examples of trans representation done well.
When directors choose film over digital, it’s often to pursue a visual direction inextricable from storytelling. Here are 7 great examples.