Category: Webseries

“Dyke Central” Is The Amazing Intersectional Show We Didn’t Know Existed

“Dyke Central” Is The Amazing Intersectional Show We Didn’t Know Existed

Dyke Central is a show (available through Amazon Prime) based in Oakland. It follows a group of gay, trans, and queer characters as they try to find their footing in their love lives and careers. It’s reminiscent of The L Word, except way better because the characters are all people who could actually exist. I’ve met and been friends with people who are a lot like the characters in this show.

ClexaCon hosts East Coast “Make It Queer: LGBTQ Web Series Workshop”

ClexaCon hosts East Coast “Make It Queer: LGBTQ Web Series Workshop”

The hands-on style workshops taught by industry professionals are focused on the pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution phases of web series creation. Event attendees can also participate in speed pitching sessions where creators will get the chance to pitch their concepts to a series of industry members for feedback, exposure, and the potential for development opportunities.

Carmilla Makes Vampires Fun Again

Carmilla Makes Vampires Fun Again

Carmilla is not your average vampire story. In fact, it’s not even your average web series. Told in 3-7 minutes episodes over three seasons, Carmilla focuses on a group of students who work together at their very strange university to save the world from utter destruction.

Disengaged Gives Us The Space To Question Marriage Equality

Disengaged Gives Us The Space To Question Marriage Equality

The series follows a couple, Jules (Hannah Pearl Utt) and Sydney (Jen Tullock), in a committed partnership who find themselves thinking about marriage following the United States Supreme Court same-sex marriage that made it legal in all fifty states. The story provides commentary on the pressure that many couples have felt to get legally married post-ruling.

ClexaCon Continues Its Push For More Positive LGBTQ+ Representation In London

ClexaCon Continues Its Push For More Positive LGBTQ+ Representation In London

By Jasmine Lowe In late 2017, a study by LGBT Fans Deserve Better, a website dedicated to “educating people on the importance of positive LGBT representation in the media,” found that 62 lesbian and bisexual female characters died over the past two television seasons. This figure was the highest number of lesbian and bisexual character…

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Not So Artful Productions’ Grosse Misconduct Offers Refreshing Take On LGBTQ Representation

Not So Artful Productions’ Grosse Misconduct Offers Refreshing Take On LGBTQ Representation

By Jasmine Lowe 20Gayteen has seen a stream of content in mainstream media with LGBTQ representation. The characters and content have been rich, strong characters, but not every piece of content with representation has done what the digital series, Grosse Misconduct, has done. Grosse Misconduct follows a group of characters working in human resources who…

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The Top Ten LGBTQ Web Series

The Top Ten LGBTQ Web Series

By Jasmine Lowe Looking for a web series to watch with LGBTQ representation? Look no further than this list of the top 10 LGBTQ web series below! 1. Carmilla It wouldn’t be a top ten list without the well-received web series, “Camilla,” available on YouTube. The series, released on August 19, 2014, stars Natasha Negovanlis as…

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