Were they or weren’t they? Of course they were! This video contains a collection of quotes said by actors, producers and writers of the show in terms of the relationship of Xena and Gabrielle. You won’t find a plot nor ‘running’ pictures, but some screenshots in the background.
Title: From the Ground Up Fandom: Teen Wolf Pairing: Erica/Lydia Rating: NC-17 Word Count: 4,043 Summary: ”I’m sorry,” Lydia said, and in those two words, somehow managed to make it sound as though Erica were the one who should be begging for forgiveness. “You want me to do what?” Author’s Note: Written for my Trope Bingo “virginfic” square
For monalisasnmadhatters, who asked for something Cinderella or Alice in Wonderland related.
Cinderella in Wonderland
Cinderella leaves the ball long before midnight, bored with the boys and their monotonous conversations, rushing off on her glass slippers. She’s a little off balance on the heels, stumbling on a step, on an uneven patch of grass as she hurries across the grounds of the castle — and then she’s tripping, falling, leaving her shoes behind as she tumbles down and down and down.
She finds herself in a topsy turvy world, a wonderland, where a girl named Alice changes sizes and takes her to tea parties, where keys fit mismatched locks, where girls can hold hands and no one bats an eyelid.
But the clock is ticking towards midnight, and the Red Queen is out for blood.
"We could go get coffee!" Allison said from her perch on their apartment’s narrow window seat. Lydia looked over from where she was curled up on the couch and sighed, flipping another page in her science journal.
"Hmm, noo, we have a perfectly good espresso machine in our perfectly warm kitchen. Besides, the roads are closed. Snow doesn’t usually happen in California, Allison," Lydia reasoned, mumbling a quick thank you global warning, and flipped another page.
“And that’s what happens when a lesbian directs a lesbian kiss. And then there were never any more lazy, stereotypical lesbian characters in American film ever again. Okay, not really, but every time you see a movie where a lesbian doesn’t kill anyone, doesn’t kill herself or doesn’t use her passport, it’s a victory. Go lesbians!” — Film critic (and favorite film gay) Alonso Duralde (X)
Here is a little information post. Nothing fancy. It is far from complete, but lets face it, a lot of lesbian cinema makes me want to throw my television, computer and most electronics out the window because they are so bad (Go Fish, Claire of the Moon, etc). These films range from stellar to alright, but I’m sure there are still a few decent ones I missed. For the TV section, I’ve only linked shows that have (or had) a lesbian as a main character/series regular. No stunt “suddenly lesbian for sweeps” shows here!
Unfortunately, no downloads here. The links direct you to the project’s IMDB pages. I hope you discover something new to enjoy. Updated: May 25, 2013