Trivial Cahoots: How Well Do You Know The Disney Channel Original Movies That Made Us Gay?

Not only do many of us have fond memories of watching Disney Channel Original Movies, but many of us have just as strong memories of those movies awakening something deep within us. DCOMS are some of the best made-for-tv movies of all time. They feature talented young actors, great songs and fun stories. Plus, these movies usually starred teen Disney actresses and featured themes of being true to yourself, girl power and self love, so it’s really no wonder that a whole generation of teen girls watched them and became gay.

You probably already know what the gayest DCOMs are, but do you think you know everything there is to know about these movies?

Disney Comedy Trivia

  • 5. What wildly lesbian name does Selena Gomez’s character have in Princess Protection Program alongside Demi Lovato’s Princess Sophia?

  • 7. Who is the Disney actress that plays tough-as-nails Cadet Captain Jenny Stone, the officer who whips Hillary Duff’s character into shape in Cadet Kelly?

  • 8. Which Shakespeare play is the basis for Motocrossed, a DCOM about a girl disguising herself as her twin brother so that she can race motocross and look like a butch?

  • 12. We all know that Ron and Kim kiss in Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama, but which sexy villain should Kim have really kissed?

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  1. B/13/87%

    “Good job cadet! We salute your DCOM knowledge!”
    Loved the note of encouragement. I will definitely remember it in my life as one of my favorites (and one of the gayest).

    I think that’s an excellent score, considering that only 6 of the 18 DCOMs that I’ve watched were part of this quiz (I counted). But I really have to thank Mey for exponentially increasing my knowledge of all of the DCOMs with her informative article from last summer ranking each of them by lesbianism.

  2. A/14/93%, pretty proud of that

    I watched Lemonade Mouth with a kid I was babysitting like 5 years ago and distinctly remember thinking that the main actress came across as super gay to me. Flash forward a few years, tumblr introduced me to a new artist named Hayley Kiyoko who I promptly googled, then congratulated myself on my excellent gaydar.

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