LGBTIQ+ series you should start watching!
Tired of the straight-focus movies or series? We got your back! We asked the community, which shows they enjoyed watching. First, series :
The most cited one by the community is Pose. The series is an American drama about New York City's African-American and Latino LGBTIQ+ and gender-nonconforming drag ball culture scene. The first season is in the 1980s and, in the second season, the early 1990s. Some characters are dancers and some are models, they compete for trophies and recognition in the culture. They support one another in a network of chosen families known as Houses.
Check the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t4YuPXdLZw
2. Love, Simon
The second one most cited is Love, Simon. This name may sound familiar to you. The movie is in fact the book adaptation of Simon vs. the Homo sapiens Agenda. This is an American dramatic comedy and love story. This movie is the first produced by a major of cinema, 20th Century Fox. Simon, 17, is a teenager who hides his homosexuality. He studies at Creekwood High School in suburban Atlanta with his three best friends. One day, Simon finds out that another gay teenager from his school has just exposed his sexuality anonymously online, under the pseudonym "Blue".
The trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykHeGtN4m94
Veneno is a series that tells the life and the death of the Spanish transgender singer and the TV personality Cristina Ortiz Rodríguez, best known as "Veneno".
Even if she's known for her charism and funny personality, her life and her death remain an enigma. The story tells her experiences as a transgender woman that became famous because of TV appearances in the 90s. LGBTQ+ history in Spain is told from 1960 to now.
4. I'm not okay with this
I'm not okay with this is a series where a teenage girl with misadventures has to deal with her relationships with her high school mates. She also has to deal with her strange family and apprehend the discovery of her sexuality while facing new superpowers.
Special is a series where Ryan is a young gay man with mild cerebral palsy who decides to rewrite his identity and pursue the life he wants. After battling his fate, Ryan finally discovers how to improve his life as an adult.