I swear the Blockbuster cashiers knew I was gay before anyone else in my life.
Includes Angelina Jolie two ways, a lot of coming-of-age, and Blake Lively’s 500-piece suit.
We deserve to laugh and swoon too!
I’m not even sure I believe in love at first sight but every time I watch “Imagine Me & You” — I really, really want to.
If love is going to exist — which, ugh, I guess it does — then it’s going to exist within the messiness of our lives. It’s going to exist alongside our families and our cultures and our hopes and our fears. It’s going to be hard and it’s going to take risk.
We want every lesbian, every queer woman, and every non-binary person to know that movies should include us and do include us. We want you all to see our lives on screen with the variety and quality we deserve. That’s why five years after releasing our original “100 Best Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer Films” list — we decided to double it.
Hello! I’m here to swoon over Dee Rees, in my opinion the greatest queer filmmaker of our time. Alright. Let’s get started!
I would like to make a formal complaint about the dearth of lesbian action films in Hollywood. It is absolutely a dream of mine to make one one day.
Wanna watch a Netflix movie with lesbian, bisexual or queer characters? We’ve got your round-up of every Netflix lesbian movie currently streaming, broken down by whether or not it is good or sucks.
Maybe you’ve been separated from your lover because your homophobic society won’t accept your love. If so DM me and I’ll send you 350 movies to watch. But personally I’m sad because sometimes life is just really hard.
LGBTQ TV and LGBTQ movies remain nearly impossible to rank at the end of every year, but for completely different reasons.
The fact is most of the films about us — and especially the films by us — do not get the attention they deserve. But nobody is better equipped to tell our stories than we are.
It doesn’t really matter what you watch as long as it has a few good scares. But why not bond with your crush over some very pointed queer horror? Here’s a list of ten films to watch this Halloween based specifically on what type of crush is currently haunting you.
It’s officially October, which means it’s time to break out the horror movies. Here are a few suggestions to win over your summer crush that will be gone by spring.
“It’s 1999. You’re Julia Roberts. Your hair is indisputably glorious. You should absolutely put on a cowboy hat. What will you wear with it? No, incorrect. It’s a very busy top from the Gilmore Girls Strong Print collection, pegged jeans and sensible shoes.”
Our team weighs in on 23 romantic drama films including High Art, The Handmaiden, Carol, Blue is the Warmest Color and so many more.
Our team weighs in on 12 queer action/thrillers, from the Power Rangers to Atomic Blonde to Bound and beyond!
Join the team as we weigh in on ten classic coming-of-age lesbian films, from Pariah to Cameron Post to that one about the ravens!
Our team weighs in on some of the funniest and least funny love and friendship stories in lesbian cinematic history, from Saving Face to Life Partners and so many more!
From Lizzie to Frida to Battle of the Sexes to The Favourite, our team weighs in on 21 queer films that are based on true stories.
As a queer person, it’s a relief to watch work like this. It gives us permission to just be free, to just be queer, to just be ourselves. That’s what great queer cinema can accomplish.