Do Revenge premieres on 16 September 🔔


Everybody remain calm, Stranger Thing’s Maya Hawke and Riverdale’s Camila Mendes are sharing a screen in an upcoming Netflix dark comedy film. The trailer gives off Heathers and But I’m A Cheerleader Vibes and it’s Queer AF. Trust me, you’ll want to set up your Netflix notifications for this one. 

The trailer makes it look like the saying should be: Revenge is a dish best served queer. We get to see Drea (Camila) living her best life at high school as the it girl. That is until a sex tape gets leaked, seemingly by her cringey boyfriend, Max (Austin Abrams, Euphoria). Drea teams up with Eleanor (Maya), an awkward transfer student who seeks vengeance on the girl who started a nasty rumour about her. The duo team up on their quests for revenge. 

Here’s our round-up of last week’s LGBTQI news 

The Temptation of Eve: The WLW storyline we’ve ALL been waiting for

Heather Peace’s portrayal of queer character Eve has left us gasping for more, as Eastenders delivers her a long-awaited WLW storyline.   

The L Word: Generation Q announced season three release date and new guest stars

Here’s everything we know about the upcoming instalment of Gen Q. 

A League Of Their Own is a gift to LGBTQI viewers

Co-created by Abbi Jacobson and Will Graham this reimagining of Penny Marshall’s classic is wonderfully and unapologetically queer.

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Five international shows with great LGBTQI characters

Unable to get away this summer? Here are some series you can binge instead.

Yes, we have some amazing queer shows coming to our screens, but we have trust issues with the entertainment industry

#CancelYourGays is an alarming trend harming our LGBTQI community. 

SHERELLE launches academy with label BEAUTIFUL, offering free music workshops aimed at queer and BIPOC students

The DJ & Producer is launching a series of workshops with music industry professionals. 

The first rule of lesbian dating is … talking

In last week’s Love After Lockdown, our dating columnist gives up sage advice on how to overcome the classic WLW hurdle of starting a conversation with a stranger.


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