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LGBT+ movies to watch now!!!


In this classic LGBTQ film set in the 1950s, a wealthy woman and a department store clerk begin an illicit affair. It follows two vastly distinct women focusing on a relationship none of them saw happening, based on Patricia Highsmith's famous novel The Price of Salt.


This inspiring film tells the story of a gay Black man, the son of a drug-addicted mother, who is bullied because of his height, sexual orientation and place in society. He begins to find his way with the aid of a drug dealer who becomes his mentor.

Philadelphia .

Denzel Washington and Tom Hanks star as a prosecutor and client battling for justice after a lawyer is fired for being gay and HIV-positive in this inspiring film about the AIDS crisis.

3 generations

Ray's mother and grandmother face their own struggles as he begins his transition from female to male. Ray's lesbian grandmother has a hard time acknowledging Ray, and his mother has to identify his biological father in order to gain parental consent for Ray's transitions. 

Paris is Burning.

The Harlem drag community in the 1980s was a quite different culture than it is now. Return to the lives and times of such legendary queens, particularly the powerful identities, incredible ambition, and the process of creating their personas and performances.

Blue is the Warmest Color

Adèle Exarchopoulos, a French teen who establishes a deep emotional and sexual bond with an older art student (Léa Seydoux) she meets in a lesbian bar. Adele is just beginning to find out who she is when she meets Emma, a blue-haired, free-spirited teen. And, despite the fact that Adele's friends don't support her for who she is, she grows closer to Emma



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