All posts tagged in queerbaiting

  • April 11, 2020By Derek Deng

    Coming out as queer is a deeply stigmatized process of understanding, accepting and celebrating one’s identity. Each coming out story tells a uniquely personal tale of self-acceptance and community, but it’s also something some may never get to tell— in some countries, anti-gay laws lead to criminalization, social exclusion and death. The fight for LGBTQ+

  • December 22, 2017By Catherine Horkay

    To Universal Pictures, advertising teams for Pitch Perfect 3 and the executives involved in acknowledging a potentially groundbreaking storyline but choosing to throw it away, If the way you’ve absolutely butchered your relationship with the LGBTQ+ community through Bechloe could be condensed into one image, it would be next to the word “queerbaiting” in a very

  • July 18, 2017By Matthew Reid

    *Trigger warning: This article contains comments on ab*se, p*dophilia, etc* If there’s anything that 2017 has taught me, it’s that television watchers have every right to be critical and strategic in what shows they invest time and energy in. For many of us, the TV shows we love often reflect real-life situations that we can

  • May 28, 2017By Rayan Ramadan

    Riverdale started off strong, the initial hype before the show even aired was substantial, everyone was talking about this brand new teenage drama show. This was because the show had so much potential, and despite all the original Archie comic fans being sceptical as to how well the show would mirror the comics and the characters inside