There’s no “gay” in Gilmore

Michele was also obsessed with Celine Dion.

While Taylor has some Tony Randal level qualities, he is a control freak more than a fussy nelly. His rule lawyer adherence.

I think you might be right about Gypsy – she was also the only one who could intimidate males.

Shack's Advocate

I love Gilmore Girls and have been a loyal fan for years. I have seen every episode at least twice and find comfort in the small New England town that so resembles my own. However, it wasn’t until the Gilmores came to Netflix that I realized how little my new favorite community (the gay one) was represented.
The show began in 2000 and ended in 2007, spanning seven seasons of straight people. Not one new queer character was introduced. Not even as a side character, not even a gay best friend. In a show so focused on powerful women and positivity, and created by a bad-ass female producer, I would expect to see at least a little positive queer representation also. Since I don’t get to see that, I made a list of where it should have been.


Bored by your heteronormativity

Michel is written like a gay man of…

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