It’s like Girls Trip’s less raunchy kid sister who went to NYU and made some white friends.
Olivia Wilde is a bisexual sex worker in this political satire that also stars a pint sized Yara Shahidi! And they sculpt artwork out of butter? For some reason? I have your weekend Netflix plans all set.
You may not find all these movies romantic date material, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t something to work with there.
Feminist films, feminist fonts, and ?. It’s Sunday Funday!
Yup, we found 120 films for lesbian, bisexual and queer women that are good enough for one of our most epic lists of all time.
“Princess Cyd isn’t interested in the well-worn plot of queer sexual awakening, the torture of figuring out who you are and the fraught path you have to follow to let other people in on your secret. In fact, Princess Cyd isn’t really interested in plot (or secrets) at all. It’s a character study of two women who clumsily and gently brush up against each other and find new happiness because of it.”
15 horror movies that we can’t promise you won’t regret watching, but at least mostly avoid some of the more eye-rolling tropes of queer women in horror.
Everyone who made this movie needs to go to bed.
Let her rest.
Honestly “lesbian nailing” could be the subtitle of this film, which features very loving shots of Toronto and a little bit of clothed dialogue and just a whole lot of sex.
Join us as we discuss this trailer for a Charlize Theron movie about a bisexual superspy who kills, just in the space of the trailer, about a dozen men with her hands before making out with a hot French lady spy.
Besides the fact that Moonlight is 200% the movie La La Land could ever be, on a petty note, seeing something undeserved snatched out of white hands felt SO. GOOD. It was the vindication I will never get in my real life. It was #BlackExcellence at its finest.
Let this movie warm your heart and jerk your tears as we stumble into 2017.
One of the most beloved queer YA books of the last decade is being adapted for the big screen. The timing couldn’t be more perfect.
I had my doubts – because honestly, consuming media as a disabled person is an exercise in disappointment. So I was cautious when Margarita finally popped up on Netflix. Could it be? Was it really that good?
First Girl I Loved doesn’t reach the heights it aspires to, but it’s so much better than the sad (and just plain bad) movies we’re used to seeing about queer teens.
Who better to decide the best movies featuring trans women than the trans women who watch them?