The more things change, the more they stay the same.
After three seasons, the IFC series starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein offers Martina Navratilova and a three-way relationship with…
A Leslie Feinberg free-for-all!
Time to stock up on Chapstick and tighten your hotpants, Bo is coming back.
The TV host and comic shares a message she intends to serve as a brief to the Supreme Court as…
The Oscars get sexist, Melissa Harris-Perry goes makeup-free, and Yahoo’s CEO says she’s no feminist.
Plus Ryan Murphy on the next season of Glee and more.
The film about the LGBT section of a Los Angeles jail is campy and dark, and available March 15.
Plus Tina Fey re-enters society, Maya Rudolph and Michelle Rodriguez in Turbo and more!
Emily gets almost murdered, Spencer gets almost murdered more, Toby gets almost(?) murdered most.
Things we learned from Ellen's rare interview with an Australian TV personality.
We imagine where Agent Barrigan has been, because she hasn’t been onscreen.
We chat with Kim Kressal, Will Larche and Lindsay Naas about the musical's exciting return.
We're looking for unsigned lesbian/bi/trans musicians or bands to feature on AfterEllen.com.
WARNING: This episodes contains cliches and tropes and lazy storylines. Proceed with caution.
Jane gets a message from her astrology chart.
Plus Patricia Cornwall on Katie and more.
Sue Perkins stars in a new comedy for the BBC in which she's given an ultimatum by her friends: come…
Plus Chyler Leigh is returning to TV and more.
"...labia, lesbian, Lana."