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Webisodes: It’s exciting to see creative, original content not only being made on a shoestring, but utilising new forms of delivery that go outside the traditional in order to reach an audience. To top it off, this series is deliciously addictive, must-see lesbian drama. I'm so happy to see something from the streets of Sydney reach bigger and broader audiences. Just find it, settle in, and see it. You won't be sorry.

lost girl

Supernatural creatures, magical powers, dark forces, friends, foes, sexy escapades, murder and mayhem, S&M, mysteries, more sexy people, outlandish plots, people having sex with literally anything that moves, low(ish) budget, hilariously bad special effects, more sex, twisted beyond belief mythology, made in Canada. Really hot cast. You with me? Excellent.

janet king: season one

In the high-powered legal world you have to be tough. Janet is that in spades. She is also unabashedly, unashamedly gay. She takes no crap where her family or sexuality is concerned. She's a true warrior, tough skinned, suffers fools not at all, and gives a walloping several times to people who dare challenge her for her sexuality. She is without a doubt one of the strongest lesbian characters I've ever seen on TV.

xena: warrior princess

Most fans recognise that the importance of the Xena/Gabrielle relationship lay in the love and loyalty between the two companions, not in their sexual relationship. It was a show that emphasised the friendship and bonds that exist between women. It was better, I think, for people to be allowed to make up their own minds as to the extent of those bonds, despite how much subtext fans (myself included) cherished those rare overtly-romantic moments that did exist.

orange is the new black

This show is so addictive it is so not freaking funny. You just can’t beat prison shows for their diverse range of characters, including sexy heroines with fatal flaws. This show is flat out funny, moving, compelling and authentic, with a kind of twisted black humour in the face of life's horrors.

buffy the vampire slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer was exceptional for the way it depicted so many otherworldly monsters, yet made us all understand that ultimately the hardest thing to face is humanity. Looked down on by critics and non-fantasy fans alike, Buffy reigned supreme for years as the most original, witty and strongest-written show on TV.