Feminism theory and interracial dating
That they continue to explore that relationship in more depth blows my mind every time. Grandfathered: Other Annalise doesn’t get as much screen time as she deserves, but for reasons I don’t understand, lesbians on sitcoms have never really recovered from Ellen coming out. So Annalie is a big deal, even if she only plays a small part.Their relationship may be animated, but it feels more real than 98 percent of the live-actions queer relationships I’ve seen in my time. Younger: The first original TV Land show to feature a queer woman.has remained pretty dedicated to its queer characters, even giving us a long-term love story for Callie and Arizona, from love to tragedy to marriage to children to cheating to an eventual divorce.Unfortunately Callie is now dating a piece of actual cardboard named “Penny,” but you know… Sometimes our favorite bisexuals date pieces of dry toast.Stef and Lena are Coach and Tami Taylor, they’re Mike and Carol Brady, they’re Elyse and Steven Keaton.Their relationship is central to the show, and the writers don’t shy away from exploring the ups and downs of their relationship — even sexually.
And, like Paul, they gave Delphine a hero’s death, one that signified the ending of a season-long redemptive arc.
They are home with each other, right where they belong.
(Bonus: , which aired in Australia from 1979-1986 — to the states so we can all enjoy some lady-prisoners in hoodies.
But the romance between computer hacker Root and sociopathic assassin Shaw deserves recognition here because it has been allowed to proceed and flourish on a show in which gets a love story (aside from the never-consumated sexual/romantic tension between Reese and Joss).
Root and Shaw get sexual tension when nobody else is even thinking about sex. Every episode where the potential fling between Root and Shaw is explored and literally isn’t flawless in its depiction of queer characters.