lesbian Archives

SDCC '15: LGBTQ Geek Year in Review
This was touched on again, before moving to the final arcs controversy of its own, as many, if not most, fans felt there was an undesirable and unwanted rape plotline involved. The group mused on how the climate has become such now that whereas in the past a queer audience may have felt they had to[...]
The Wonder Woman Of 3001 Returns To Her Roots
Over the years that has been given many lesbian readings, as you may expect, both within and without of the comics Created by William Marston who lived in a polyamorous relationship with two women, one can read all manner of subtext into the character, though she has been portrayed in straight relationships, notably Steve Trevor[...]
Lesbian Vampire Trope Alive And Kicking Five Years Later In Batwoman
Lesbian vampires It comes with the territory TV Tropes tells us, She's got the raven-black hair, the tight leather bodice, the pale skin, and the fangs The one thing this sexy vampiress doesn't have is a lust for hot male blood No, only the blood of an innocent young woman will do And lucky for her,[...]
Grace Randolph On Batwoman And Harley Quinn – DC's Sex Scandals Reviewed
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sfMe7CnDiU[/youtube] Grace Randolph writes; DC Comics finds itself once again in a scandal with its female characters! I share my thoughts on Batwoman being denied the right to marry Maggie Sawyer in what would be comics first high profile lesbian wedding, as well as the contest for the new Harley Quinn solo titles that asks artists to[...]
The First Gay Kiss On Saudi Arabian TV
And one was between two young women from the British TV soap Brookside from 1993, the first lesbian kiss between two characters on pre-watershed British television, a time considered suitable for all ages to watch unsupervised. (One of them was Anna Friel More may know her from Pushing Daisies.) It ran unchanged in most territories, for about[...]
Batwoman Wins Second GLAAD Award
Batwoman won another GLAAD award for DC Comics this year, under the title Outstanding Comic Book in New York. Other nominated comic books were Avengers:
When Letters Pages Go Anti-Gay
The letters page above has been doing the rounds online, with Christos Gage answering reader concerns over the presence of gay characters in Avengers
Spandex Comic Looks To The Lesbians
Now onto issue four (it's the small press), the book is to take a new direction – women! I know, how disgusting! But it's also possible that some people who may have been put off buying a comic featuring all male gay characters may, for some strange reason, be much more willing to buy a[...]
DC Comics Reprint Detective Comics #854 But Sadly Not Like This
It seems that red haired lesbian Batwomen drawn by JH Williams III in tight leather are rather popular Who'd have thought? Detective Comics #854, starting the rather-fantastic-and-frankly-undismissable-over-such-trivial-aspects Batwoman series by Rucka and Williams has sold out but is still in demand So DC Comics have cranked up the printing machine in the basement and are[...]
Batwoman: DIY Publicity
Which is the kind of thing that happens when a company sits on a comic, but should also help the monthly schedule for the notoriously perfectionist artist JH Williams. And Greg gives us the quote of the article, "She's not Batman with tits; she is her own person." The Dallas Morning News picked up on the piece[...]