Gays on TV | Lezzies on Cuffed + Drag Queens on Dace Moms
It’s time for our weekly gays on TV segment! I hope you’re all excited and ready to check out the gays on TV this week. We have a lot to talk about this week so hang tight and get ready to spill some tea! Let’s get right into it.
First up on the gays on TV post is a very special lady that we’ve all grown to love over the past two years or so. Shanglea from Ru Paul’s Drag Race aka Laquifa. She made an appearance on Dance Moms that was recapped during the “10 craziest moments of Dance Moms” count down. Shangela was brought onto the show to teach the girls how to work the stage and do a FAB death drop. These girls were completely in awe over Shangela and one of them even did a death drop during a performance at a competition after meeting with the diva. LOVE IT!
While were not proud of this lezzie cameo on TV it was pretty funny. There was a butch lesbian spotted on the new MTV show Cuffed and she was going to jail for being crazy and drunk in public. While taking a ride to the police station she shared her sob story with the cop and viewers letting them know that she wasn’t actually drunk and that her and her lover of 9 years had a cat together. Ok…..NEXT.
For those of you who haven’t seen the movie Easy A now is the perfect time to do so. There was a very important storyline in the movie that followed a gay character the entire time. The character was a boy and he was struggling with being bullied for being gay at their school. I don’t want to give too much away but let’s just say his part was very important in the movie and highlighted some major issues that are going on with our youth as we speak.
There was also a lesbian cop spotted on MTV’s other new show Death Valley. She was spotted making out with her lover after ending a vampire hinting shift at work. I would be lying if I said this scene wasn’t hot. The lezzie cop played by Tania Raymonde talked with Fear Net about her role in the series.
If your interested in watching shows that feature lesbian/gay characters each week you should watch either Lala’s Full Court Life or Real World San Diego. Both of these show feature characters who are a part of the LGBTQ community and who are living openly for the world to see. We’re finally starting to see gays portrayed in a positive and realistic light. Yay!