There have always been queer characters in Doctor Who, but this season will be the gayest yet
So many queer geeks weren’t able to make it out this year, so we’ve compiled a list of 15 things that came out of Comic-Con 2018
In a video posted to Twitter, John Barrowman rails against employees at the WeHo location who wouldn’t let him help a homeless man
While Todd Chavez from ‘BoJack Horseman’ might be the most visible of the few asexual characters on TV, he’s not alone
The Jodie Whittaker Doctor Who character made her first appearance last night as the first-ever female Doctor in the sci-fi series’ 54-year-history
‘The Crown’ star Matt Smith is voicing his support for the #MeToo movement, saying that he, too, has had unfortunate run-ins with Hollywood men
The BBC just released a picture of Jodie Whittaker in costume as the first female Doctor Who, due to debut during this year’s Christmas special
Female actor Jodie Whittaker will be the first woman ever to play “Doctor Who” in the long-running British science-fiction television series
‘Doctor Who’ is coming back April 15th in the United States and the UK — and this time, he’s bringing along the first gay companion in the series’ history
Men in skirts, women in leadership roles (and pants), a sensitive captain, and bisexual storylines make the goofy comedy Other Space seem pretty futuristic.
Rick & Morty is a huge hit, but did you know that the lead character identifies as pansexual? Did you also know he’s the ONLY pansexual on American TV?