Speaking of “will they or won’t they,” come to for the woke handling of current events, and stay for the blossoming of the romance between Tig and Kate.
As we watch Tig navigate through the minuscule pond that is the lesbian dating pool in Bay Saint Lucille, we see her fall in with the stereotypical power lesbian, the fiercely anti-label lesbian, and many more, all while the real apple of her eye is watching while peeking out from under the covers alone in her bedroom.
Day “Great Americans Day.” (The reasoning behind this change is to also recognize Robert E.
Lee’s birthday, whom they all revere as a great man in his own right.) You would almost think this episode was created in response to the events of Charlottesville rather than before it even happened.
If there is no actual intercourse, but a person forces you to have oral sex, anal sex or any act where there is sexual penetration of a part of your body, the is sexual battery.
In the middle of the altercation, Tig abruptly insists that she’s straight, and in the face of the receptionist’s stubborn perplexity, Tig reminds her that her Christian beliefs are founded on the premise of homosexuality as a choice before scampering through the doors in victory.Each season contains six 25-minute episodes that follow Tig back to Bay Saint Lucille in Mississippi after her mother falls ill and passes way.Tig struggles with coming to terms with her mother’s death and realizes Caroline wasn’t always who her family thought, all while Tig navigates a unique relationship with her stepfather and brother and takes steps to recover from a double mastectomy and C-Diff.Tig works through all of these issues and more on her radio show, where she and her producer Kate discuss issues of sexual molestation and LGBT rights in between hand-picked songs that are relevant to each story.
If the premise sounds devastating, well, it is, but with Tig injecting her dry humor at every turn, it’s also pitch black and morbidly funny.Tig is the mature, self-assured, veteran lesbian, and Kate is the open, fluid friend who is realizing she might have feelings she’s never experienced before.