LGBTQ+ movies streaming on Hulu for all your needs related to women gazing into the eyeballs of other women!
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.
With two on-screen queer women characters, “Birds of Prey” is an irate, sparkle laden, middle finger in the air to a society that otherwise cowers to the angry whims of men. Who the hell wouldn’t sign up for that?
A new movie from Saving Face writer/director Alice Wu! Ryan Murphy’s take on the Broadway musical The Prom! A whole new Rebecca adaptation!
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.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire pushes against the boundaries of the screen, frantically, lovingly, desperately, erotically.
A very merry Christmas to us all! Netflix’s new holiday movie has a queer romance!
Why did this movie tank so hard that it was almost immediately out of theaters in America? Why did this not get the coverage or accolades it deserved for being the first mainstream Bollywood movie about a lesbian relationship?
Well, long story short, the movie is bad.
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.
We have more movies about lesbian and bisexual women than ever before; they’re not necessarily always realistic, but can still bring us meaningful and constructive relationship truths, regardless of how far removed from our real lives their plots are, or how many falcons they contain.
If you like lesbians and also body horror, this is the movie for you!
GLAAD’s 2019 Studio Responsibility Index is here. Good news: Gay and lesbian rep is up. Bad news: Racial diversity is down, and trans rep remains at zero.
The film opens in sneak peeks around the country today and in wide release next Friday.
Pell’s Val is a lesbian antique shop owner from Portland with a new set of knees and thirst for young love.
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.
Amy Poehler’s punch-drunk gal pal comedy features longtime SNL writer Paula Pell as a lesbian vintage shop owner with a brand new knee and fresh desire to fall in love.