This is a category page for all LGBTA characters in the FOX television series Glee.
LGBTA stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Asexual people respectively.
A thought, given recent events
@gleegayrps). We briefly passed through an rp together, which unfortunately died, but I would love to have the chance to play against him again.
Chris Colfer News and Stories
Openly gay ‘Glee’ star Chris Colfer will grace us with his many talents when he returns to TV as the director and star of a new sci-fi drama ‘Indigo.’
The fellas from Glee are looking quite dapper in a magnificent piece of Photoshopped perfection tweeted by Mark Salling yesterday. Harry Shum, Chord Overstreet, Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, Darren Criss, and Chris Colfer have never looked better! [blackbirdpie url=”#!/Mark_Salling/status/97803581800988672″] Which guy do you think makes the best Village Person?
Heather Morris and Naya Rivera celebrated the last show of the Glee summer tour on July 3rd with some classic Brittany and Santana lesbian lip locking, which we can only assume inspired legions of fan-fiction writers to pull an all-nighter churning out steamy Glee gay slash. I mean… Things get[…]
American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis has joined Victoria Jackson on the questionable things to say about Glee train this week with his bizarre tweets about the correlation between the musical television program and um…HIV. I like the idea of „Glee“ but why is it that every time I watch[…]
„Glee“ is a high school comedy (dramedy?) filled with music and choreography. It follows the students and faculty surrounding a high school glee club. The show exploits high school stereotypes (the popular jocks and cheerleaders, the „losers“ interested in music clubs, the dumb athlete, the flamboyant homosexual, etc.), while preaching a „be yourself“ and „follow your dreams“ message. There are some emotions, but much of the show is light-hearted fun.I was reluctant to watch „Glee“ because I’m not particularly into musical theater. I finally checked it out and it’s become something of a guilty pleasure. It’s a good show, well-made and entertaining. I can see how the program is popular. I imagine it would be a hit with younger demographics (mostly female?). Audiences can relate to the high school experience (fitting in, stress, dating and relationships, the usual). Younger viewers might find the show inspirational at times. „Glee“ showcases a less glamorous crowd than shows like „Gossip Girl“ or „The O.C.“ before it, and the crazy story lines are less heavy on drama. Overall, the show is pretty family-friendly, although there are sexual references.Another attraction of the show is its music. Each episode is peppered with musical numbers performed by the cast. Singing, dancing, the works. They cover pop hits of yesterday and today. The writers sneak these numbers into the script in two ways: when the glee club is rehearsing or performing a routine and when a character is singing out his or her emotions. In the case of the latter, the singing does not „occur“ within the reality of the show; it’s used to emphasize the feelings inside the character. The show attempts to avoid the old method of spontaneously breaking out in cast members are all talented singers (to varying degrees) and many are accomplished musical theater performers. The performances are all great, with the singers belting it out and rocking the house. I can see fans of „American Idol“ liking „Glee“. TV viewers are really into vocalization nowadays. Personally I could do without some of the singing. I know that’s the gimmick of the show, but I think it slows down the plot and I tend to be more interested in the story. But I can’t deny that the performances are show is not „realistic“, but I don’t think it strives to be. It’s silly sugar-coated escapism. In the „Glee“ universe, endings tend to be happy and people learn valuable lessons. There’s angst and tension, but no real heavy tragedy or anything. It’s a more light-hearted show. And the show is pretty silly. Not to be mistaken for realism. (Teachers forming a boy band? Football players dancing on the field to Beyoncé?) Any character in the show can prove to be a singing and dancing dynamo. Each passing episode seems to expose another student or faculty member as a musical all of the characters are given interesting quirks and background stories, just for fun. There’s Rachel, the aspiring star, busy showcasing her vocal talent on MySpace, raised by a gay couple and ridiculed by the pom-pom crowd. There’s the guidance counselor with her extreme germaphobia and OCD-like obsession with cleaning things. The crazy wife, desperate to get pregnant and always thinking of her own interests. The cheerleading coach (played superbly by Jane Lynch), who constantly exercises and claims, among other things, to have been in the special forces. One student runs a pool-cleaning business so he can seduce premise of „Glee“ is this: A Spanish teacher takes over the high school glee club and wants to return it to its past prestige. He assembles a small but talented group of social outcasts. Then there’s the football star who harbors a secret passion for singing. When he joins the club, he has his feet in opposite ends of the high school caste system: the jocks and the geeks. (Breaking down barriers…) Lynch plays the villain, the cheerleading coach unwilling to share the spotlight (or school funding) with an upstart music club. Meanwhile, there’s romantic tension between faculty members (one a married man!) and between the football player (dating a cheerleader) and one of the glee „losers“ show is not really my style and some of the jokes are only so-so, but „Glee“ is entertaining nonetheless. Jane Lynch’s sly wit is easily the funniest part, but there’s also the show-stopping musical numbers and all that feel-good stuff about teenagers overcoming adolescent pressures. The show also keeps you interested in the subplots (love triangles, romances, scandals, etc.) and makes you pull for the good guys and root against the bad guys. It’s wild, like a small-town cousin of „The O.C.“, with singing. Sure, it paints a sunnier (and crazier, and more theatrical) portrait of modern teenage life and the world outside, but it’s good clean fun and it makes you feel good inside. It’s not very deep, but it targets the sentimentality in its viewers. I’m surprised how much I’ve warmed up to the show.
Courteous Home Service
Whether settling down to start a family, putting down roots in a great location or simply expanding one’s space, home ownership can be a thrilling part of anyone’s life regardless of their reasons. However, it’s an unfortunate reality that LGBTQ people often must take extra care to ensure that the place in which they choose to settle down is affirming of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
your clexa stuff was honestly one of the best pleasant surprises. so, again, i just wanted to say thank you, though it doesn’t really feel like enough. i’m a lot older now and a very out and proud lesbian, and it was your stories that gave me hope that i’d one day have my own caleb and ruby to look forward to. ha, even jroth’s massive fuckups can’t destroy the hope you gave me all those years ago, and that’s saying something.
You have no idea how much it makes my little heart sing to have so many of my Brittana fledgling gays come back to the nest of my ask after all these years. My stories were written for . I wanted you to have hope and get to a place of pride in yourself and your identity, and I felt telling a story about how that was more than possible was the best way to do that. The fact that I’ve heard from so many of you since I boarded the Clexa ship is proof that we are a formidable, fantastic, elevating sisterhood. I don’t regret a second of my fangirl experience because of moments like this.
“do you love the character or the person who plays them?”
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