A+ Holigay Watch-Along: “The Princess Switch 3” With Shelli Nicole!

I fucking love the holidays.

Yes, I am aware mad people say that and also highly aware that some folks don't truly rock with the holigays either. But I've never believed in yucking someone's yum, and hopefully, you don't either. So if we are on the same page that means I am 100% allowed to say — I'M EXCITED FOR CHRISTMAS!!!!!!!!!

One of my fav parts of the holidays is watching Christmas movies — bad and good — on repeat until January 2.

It's been great recently that queer holiday movies are taking up more and more space as the years go by. Yet we absolutely and entirely have a long way to go with representation, especially on the lesbian front. Outside of the holidays, they have us pining for each other in the 18th century or falling for our best friends and getting our hearts torn out — and during the holidays it ain't too much different.

To hit on a bit of what we've had so far, in A New York Christmas Wedding there is a weird angel angle. In Happiest Season we get pushed...

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Shelli Nicole

Shelli Nicole is a Detroit-raised, Chicago-based writer. Her work has appeared in Bustle, HelloGiggles & Marie Claire. She is terrified of mermaids and teenagers equally.

Shelli has written 147 articles for us.