Sexualized Saturdays: Bisexuality in Lost Girl

Lost-GirlLost Girl may not be the greatest show out there, but it had quite a lot going for it with the intricate urban fantasy world of Fae and lovable characters, quite a few of whom are LGBTQ+, B in particular. The representation wasn’t without its problems, of course, as in any other show, but over the course of it, we were introduced to Bo, Vex, Tamsin, and Mark, all of whom are bisexual main/recurring characters with compelling character arcs, including the female protagonist. And, sadly, you hardly ever see this much bi (or even generally queer) representation in fiction that’s not specifically LGBTQ-themed.

Spoilers for the concluded series below.

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Sleepy Hollow: “Deliverance” Review

sleepy hollow season 2 bannerWhat the fresh hell was that, Sleepy Hollow? From the moment I saw last week’s trailer, I was worried, but for some reason, some part of me actually believed that Sleepy Hollow would do a good job with a sexist and outdated trope. Why did I believe this? I don’t know, they certainly didn’t do a good job with the weeping lady. Last night’s “Deliverance” only delivered us straight to the open arms of reducing-women-with-uteri-to-their-biological-functions misogyny.

Spoilers after the jump.

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