Join Stop and Fangirl as they breakdown why they loved (and for Lyra) hated Netflix’s Yes Day in their podcast review.
Batwoman’s “Time Off for Good Behavior” saw Alice and Julia teaming up while Batwoman tried to figure out who Black Mask is.
This is your friendly reminder that Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten” is still a banger all these years later.
Batwoman’s “Time Off for Good Behavior” sees our hero trying to stop Black Mask while others are haunted by their past.
Wynonna Earp sees the end of an era as Wayhaught get married in the midst of a new witch in Purgatory.
What would happen if artists from all over the world came together to take art history…and make it gay? The ‘Classics…But Make It Gay’ Kickstarter is just for you!
Every wondered what it would feel like to be put to bed by Idris Elba? The Calm App makes that dream come true.
Wynonna Earp’s “Better Dig Two” left us feeling like we just watched an epic season, maybe series, finale.
Wynonna Earp’s “Better Dig Two” sees Wynonna and Waverly trying to very different and dangerous ways to save Purgatory and it’s people.
The Irregulars 1×08 “Chapter Eight: The Ecstasy of Life” saw the power of love keeping our favs safe and together. Mostly.
The Irregulars 1×07 “Chapter Seven: The Ecstasy of Death” sees Jessie fighting for her life and the team coming together.
Lizzie and Lyra talk about their experience with stereotypes of Latinx people in media and why it does so much harm to the community in Stop and Fangirl’s 114th episode.
The Irregulars 1×06 “Chapter Six – Hieracium Snowdoniense” blew every other episode out of the water with its weirdness and revelations.
Godzilla vs Kong is the story of two ex besties who had a falling out. Right? That’s the plot?
Queerly Not Straight has put together 15 of our favorite LGBTQ artists under the tag “Visible Women.”
The Irregulars “Chapter Five: Students of the Unhallowed Arts” gave us answers to who in particular “The Irregulars” were and what happened to Alice, Sherlock, and John all those years ago.
Batwoman’s “Rule #1” saw Ryan ironing out, or trying to, what she stands for while Alice spiralled.