Some new faces, some revelations, it’s the GV March Round Up!
The Dissertation of Henrietta Jekyll began, featuring a female Henrietta Jekyll who is engaged to Maggie Carew, making them the first queer literary web series couple made up of two women to be engaged.
On Green Gables Fables, Phil Gordon met and fell in love with Blake Jonas, a female version of Phil’s canonical love interest Jonas Blake. Their relationship was presented as healthy and loving, as contrast to the dysfunctional one between Anne Shirley and Roy Gardner. Roy himself is interested in both men and women, though that has been confirmed only through transmedia, and has not played a role in the videos, nor has affected Anne and Roy’s relationship in any way.
All For One, the new series from KindaTV, promises to offer a wealth of women loving women, and so far, it’s definitely delivering. From bisexual Dorothy Castlemore, their version of D’Artagnan, crushing her roommate Connie, to Portia Vallon and Ariana Henries, AKA Porthos and Aramis, in an established, happy relationship, this show is happy to showcase the relationships bewteen ladies.
Leone Jinjur of The Grey Tarmac Road made a video about gender entitled “They/He/She”, coming out to the internet as genderfluid and making some fantastic points about gender identity. Earlier in the month, Leone began a relationship with Lin Thropupland, who has been confirmed as bisexual.
In an earlier video, Rose Crantz, the female version of Rosencrantz in A Document of Madness, came out as bisexual, and lamented the fact that she always seems to fall for straight girls. This month, it was revealed that she has feelings for Ophelia Hathaway, who was previously dating Hamlet Holm. This is the first non-canon potential relationship the show has presented. While Rose is confirmed to be bisexual, Ophelia’s sexuality is currently unknown.
And that’s it for this month’s round up! Let’s hope things work out for Rose and Ophelia, and that Henrietta’s upcoming… changes… don’t interfere with her engagement too much.