Twenty years before people started talking about the problems with Apu, The Simpsons’ first LGBT-themed episode showed they could do representation right
Just in time for Movember, when guys across the globe grow facial hair to raise awareness of men’s health issues, we rank pop culture’s best lip ticklers
Every year, we’re amazed at some of the fantastic celebrity Halloween costumes that we stumble across in our social media feeds
The Pride update of the iPhone game ‘The Simpsons: Tapped Out’ brings a new voice to ‘The Simpsons’: JT Leroy.
“Homer’s Phobia,” a beloved late-90s episode of The Simpsons featuring John Waters was almost deemed too gay for television by network censors
While cartoon slapstick can make us laugh, this amazing comic by queer trans cartoonist Panic Volkushka gets to the reality of abuse using beloved characters.
Before she became the creator of Steven Universe, Rebecca Sugar made comics and animations that played with perception and emotion
The Simpsons has been around for 25 years, but in all that time, you’ve never seen the intro sequence quite like this. Get this man a guest couch gag, stat!
There are only a few gay cartoon characters and even fewer gay couples that are committed and appear regularly. Why and why is it important? Let’s see…
The 27th season of The Simpsons won’t premiere for another month, but fans looking for new views of Springfield should check out the work of Austin-based illustrator Tim Doyle. He’s been drawing eerie, burned-out versions of the town for years now, and each image of Springfield is packed with references to […]
Admittedly, we haven’t tuned into The Simpsons regularly since we were teenagers, but the Monday morning quarterbacking about last Sunday’s episode had us regretting the error of our ways. The Simpsons has gone gay before. “Hot stuff, coming throuuuugh”, anyone? Heck, Smithers can barely keep his Burns-on in his pants […]