Michele Greene later told AfterEllen that the kiss was a ratings ploy and the show never intended to explore lady-on-lady romance. R min Comedy, Drama, Romance. In a suit, hitting on Phoebe…. The first-ever lesbian kiss on network television happened in Episode of David E. The long awaited kiss between Santana and Brittany, the lesbian couple of cheerleaders of the McKinley High arrives at the thirteenth episode of the third season of the American musical television series Glee , after the two girls declared to be in love with each other in the season before. Great article as always.
To improve this article, please refer to the style guidelines for the type of work. Would you ever dare talk to her in a negative voice? Carol R min Drama, Romance 7. I don't mean to be a mister phallocentric kind of a guy, but shouldn't there also be a "Gay Kiss Episode" Wikipedia article. Furthermore I'd also somewhat question the inclusion of "Once and Again.
After all, they're in freaking Italy! Competition between the maid of honor and a bridesmaid, over who is the bride's best friend, threatens to upend the life of an out-of-work pastry chef. Can two women find love in a world of carefully crafted illusions, or will a successful charade mean the potential for something more gets left on the cutting-room floor? Given the maxim that "once you go black, you never go back", 13 and Foreman's relationship could be seen in the light that Foreman, a doctor, "cures" 13 of her bisexual "illness". Jo, her wife of 15 years; spending time with her closest friends; and her cabin in the woods.
Not Rated min Drama, Horror, War. R min Comedy, Drama. Page did not reappear in the series. Excuse me for a moment, I need to process this shit…. Katie appears in three additional episodes of the series, and the two remain in a relationship, albeit secretly, until the cancellation of the series. Archived from the original on June 7, The " lesbian kiss episode " is a subgenre of the media portrayal of lesbianism in American television media, created in the s.