Jess Woodley-Stewart reflects on James Corden’s gay character in The Prom and asks an important question: is it ever okay for a cis-het person to play the role of someone in the LGBTQ+ community?
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Jess Woodley-Stewart writes on the “underwhelming” and “queerbaiting” finale of the CW’s Supernatural.
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Doctor Who, Season 12 has, overall, been strong. I frequently praised it for feeling like…
There’s no denying that British television has set a few trends; from Doctor Who is…
Disney made headlines in the same week by removing the Love Simon TV show from Disney+ and announcing their first openly gay character in Pixar’s Onward. But what is Disney’s track record with queer representation? Jess Woodley-Stewart investigates.
Jess discusses Doctor Who’s history of queer representation and how season 12 has so far learned from criticism by subverting expectations and refusing to indulge the ‘Bury Your Gays’ trope.