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Week Three: BOOKS

Week Two: Welcome back to the LGBT+ Masterlist Project

Before I get into this week’s category I want to thank you all so much for the critical support and contributions you’ve given me since making my first masterlist on LGBT+ characters in television last week. These masterlists will only get better as you help me along my journey to finding more LGBT+ media. Feel free to inbox me, to suggest and add commentary to my growing list. I can’t promise I’ll edit the lists regularly (I am a tiny college student; you can imagine my stress) but I will certainly share for my followers to see. It’s all still greatly appreciated.

This week, I tried to bring down the list to be exclusive to only movies with leading and supporting LGBT+ roles. I tried to avoid movies with cis people playing trans characters, and altogether tried to avoid problematic representation, which should never go unnoticed or without criticism. Please note, I have not seen all of these movies, so I can’t be the judge of how good the representation is. This is why I welcome you to respectfully inbox me or reblog with comments. 

Thanks again to @mightyachillis for the gifset. Next week’s category: LGBT+ BOOKS

And without further ado: LGBT+ MOVIES!

  • Private Romeo (2011) - A modern gay reenactment of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
  • Frieir Fall (2013) - The life of a father-to-be and police officer begins to fall apart after he falls for his fellow officer (played by Max Riemelt). English distribution name: Free Fall.
  • Pride (2014) - This historical comedy drama follows the true story of a group of LGBT+ activists who supported the British miners’ strike in 1984.
  • Black Swan (2010) - Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis star in this psychological thriller-horror film about a dancer who’d do just about anything to get the role of the Black Swan.
  • Mosquita y Mari (2012) - Two Mexican teenagers, Mari and Yolanda, form a strong bond as they navigate their way through high school.
  • Joven y Alocada (2012) - This Chilean film focuses on the promiscuity of Daniela and her love affair with a boy and a girl. English distribution name: Young and Wild.
  • Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (2014) - This Brazilian film follows the coming of age story of blind teen Leonardo, his best friend, and the new boy in school with whom Leo has an immediate affinity for. English distribution name: The Way He Looks.
  • Cuatro Lunas (2014) - This Mexican film explores four different storylines: an 11-year-old tries to hide his sexuality from his family, a young man is afraid of his gay relationship being found out, another couple of gay lovers are challenged by a love triangle, and an elderly man raises money to buy services from young male prostitutes.
  • Kill Your Darlings (2013) - A dramatization of the true story of Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) and Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) of the Beat Generation.
  • Jongens (2014) - A gay teen athlete finds himself in a budding relationship with his mutually attracted relay race teammate.
  • Weekend (2011) - A romantic drama about two men who have a sexual relationship for just a weekend.
  • J’ai tué ma Mère (2009) - This Quebec film by Xavier Dolan explores the bond between mother and son. English distribution name: I Killed My Mother.
  • Les Amours Imaginaires (2010) - Another Canadian drama film directed by Xavier Dolan about two best friends who fall in love with the same man. English distribution name: Heartbeats.
  • El ultimo verano de la Boyita (2009) - In this Argentinian film, a young girl befriends a farm boy when she visits her father in the countryside. One day, she finds blood stains on the boy’s saddle and trousers. The boy, though ashamed and confused, finds comfort and safety in this newfound friendship.
  • Wet Hot American Summer (2001) - A satirical romantic comedy about the last day at a summer camp in 1981.
  • The Birdcage (1996) - A romantic comedy about an owner of a drag club in South Beach, Florida.
  • Kinky Boots (2005) - This British-American comedy drama explores the unlikely story of the owner of a dying shoe factory, who finds that making shoes for drag queens could be the niche market that saves his business.
  • The Bubble (2008) - A romantic comedy about two men who fall in love. One man is Israeli, and the other is Palestinian.
  • Out in the Dark (2012) - A similar premise to The Bubble, this drama centers around the romantic relationship between a Palestinian student and an Israeli lawyer.
  • But I’m a Cheerleader (1999) - A satirical romantic comedy staring Natasha Lyonne, who plays a cheerleader sent to a gay rehabilitation camp.
  • All Over Me (1997) - A drama film about the sexual discovery of NYC teenager and lesbian Claude.
  • Carol (2015) - This period drama set in NYC stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, whose characters fall in love after meeting at a mall during the Christmas season.
  • Fucking Åmål (1998) -  Two teenage girls from a small Swedish town fall in love. English distribution name: Show Me Love.
  • Gun Hill Road (2011) - This movie explores the life of a Latinx family living in the Bronx. The father is released to find out his child has come out as transgender since his imprisonment. 
  • Contracorriente (2009) - This Peruvian film explores the two loves of Miguel: one a man, the other a woman.
  • Head On (1998) - An Australian drama film about a young, closeted Greek man named Dimitriades living in Melbourne.
  • Elephant (2003) - A drama film based on the 1999 Columbine High School massacre. 
  • Boy Culture (2006) - Based on the 1995 novel of the same name by Matthew Rettenmund about a call boy from Chicago, Illinois.
  • My Beautiful Laundrette (1985) - This British comedy-drama focuses on Omar Ali, a young Pakistani man residing in London, who reunites and falls in love with his old friend, Johnny.
  • Plata quemada (2000) - This Argentinian film follows the true story story of three criminals from the 1960s trying to pull off a grand heist. Two of the criminals are gay lovers, and were known as the “twins.” Heteronormativity really knows no bounds. 
  • Rent (2005) - This rock musical-turned-film-adaption features six of the original Broadway cast members. The story is set in 1989 and 1990 and has dark overtones of drugs, poverty, and AIDS.
  • Party Monster (2003) - This biographical drama film stars Macaulay Culkin as “king of the Club Kids” Michael Alig who loves drugs, clubbing, girls, and boys. This movie is based on Disco Bloodbath, James St. James’ memoir.
  • Shelter (2007) - A young man with big dreams falls in love with his best friend’s brother.
  • Philadelphia (1993) - One of the first mainstream American films to acknowledge HIV/AIDS and other LGBT+ issues. It stars Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington. Hanks won the Oscar in 1994 for best actor for this role.
  • In & Out (1997) - Hanks acceptance speech for his aforementioned Oscar inspired screenwriter Paul Rudnick to write the original screenplay for In and Out. Joan Cusack was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in this film.
  • The Wedding Banquet (1993) - A Taiwanese-American film about a gay Taiwanese man who marries a Chinese woman under the pressure of his parents.
  • Before Night Falls (2000) - Based on the 1993 autobiography of the same name by Reinaldo Arenas. The story surrounds the life of the openly gay Cuban poet and novelist.
  • Mamma Mia! (2008) - This musical rom-com adaption of the Broadway musical of the same name follows the story of a young bride-to-be who is in search for her real father.
  • Let’s Go to Prison (2006) - A ex-inmate seeks revenge on the judge who sentenced him three times.
  • Trick (1999) - This rom-com follows the story of an office temp and aspiring Broadway composer Gabriel and the go-go dancer he falls for.
  • Daughters of Darkness (1971) - A Belgian horror film featuring an evil lesbian vampire.
  • C.R.A.Z.Y. (2005) - A Canadian film, this French-language film tells the story of Zac, a bisexual teen who deals with homophobia in 1960s and 1970s Quebec.
  • High Art (1998) - Two female professional photographers fall in love, blurring the lines of how professional their relationship really is.
  • To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (1995) - This comedy stars Wesley Snipes, Patrick Sqayze, and John Lequizamo as three NYC drag queens who go on a road trip.
  • Holiday Heart (2000) - This made-for-TV movie is about a gay man who performs drag and takes in a drug addict and her young daughter and together, they attempt to recreate a new kind of family.
  • Beginners (2010) - This rom-com is based on the true life coming out story of the father of the director, Mike Mills. It stars Ewan McGregor as a young man who slowly comes to terms with his father’s death and coming out.
  • Midnight Cowboy (1969) - Dustin Hoffman plays a bisexual Texan in this adaption of the 1965 novel of the same name by James Herlihy.
  • The Hours (2002) - Set in 2001, 1951, and 1923, this British-American drama film is inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway.
  • Shank (2009) - A British drama film about a closeted gay teenager involved with gangs, drugs, and random acts of violence.
  • The Sergeant (1968) - War veteran Sgt. Albert Callan stars as a depressed and confused gay man assigned to a fuel supply factory in France.
  • Get Real (1998) - This drama surrounds the coming out experience of a teenager in the homophobic society of 1990s England.
  • Kissing Jessica Stein (2001) - 28 year old copyeditor and New Yorker Jessica Stein meets Helen Cooper, bisexual and art enthusiast, after answering to a newspaper advertisement inquiry on starting a lesbian relationship. 
  • Maurice (1987) - Based on the 1971 novel of the same name by E. M. Forster. It follows the life and loves of Maurice Hall, a gay man growing up in early 20th century England.
  • Deadpool (2016) - This superhero film about Wade Wilson, the victim of an experimental regenerative mutation that caused sever scars to his body, but also superhuman healing abilities.
  • Rebel Without a Cause (1955) - Many believe that Rebel Without A Cause is the first movie with a gay character. Although never explicitly stated (because mention of homosexuality in films was forbidden at the time), it is generally accepted that the character of Plato (Sal Mineo) is gay and has a crush on Jim Stark (James Dean).
  • A Single Man (2009) - Set in 1962 in Southern California, this drama follows a day in the life of a depressed gay British university professor.
  • Jeffrey (1996) - A rom-com that surrounds the life of Jeffrey, a gay man residing in Manhattan who has sworn off sex, frightened by the heights of the AIDS epidemic.
  • Latter Days (2003) - This rom-com drama surrounds the relationship between a closeted Mormon missionary and his neighbor.
  • Another Gay Movie (2006) - Think of all those parody horror films: now there’s a gay one.
  • Shortbus (2006) - An erotic comedy-drama revolving around the sexual adventures of many different characters trying to survive in New York City.
  • Brokeback Mountain (2005) - Based on the 1997 short story of the same name by Annie Proulx, this film follows the story of two shepherds who fall in love after a summer alone in 1963 on Brokeback Mountain in Wyoming.
  • Saved! (2004) - A teen comedy drama staring Jena Malone, Mandy Moore, and Macaulay Culkin. The film is about Mary Cummings (Malone), a religious teen who tries to make her perfect Christian boyfriend straight after having a vision from Jesus.
  • The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love (1995) - A coming of age film about the relationship between two girls in high school.
  • Hollow Reed (1996) - Surrounds the story of the family of a divorced gay man who believes that his young son is being physically abused by his ex-wife’s boyfriend.
  • The Children’s Hour (1961) - Staring Audrey Hepburn and Shirey MacLaine, this drama film follows the story of two women whose lives are ruined after rumors surface of them being lovers. Based on the 1934 play of the same title by Lillian Hellman.
  • The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (2013) - An action-adventure fantasy film based on the books by Cassandra Clare about a girl thrown headfirst into the Shadow World in search of her mother after she disappears. 
  • Anders als die Andem (1919) - This German film is one of the first to not portray LGBT+ people as immoral subhumans, and was a huge, uncensored political statement towards the German government, which at the time outlawed homosexuality. 
  • Edge of Seventeen (1998) - Set in Ohio in 1984, teen Eric Hunter struggles to come to terms with his sexuality until he means gay college student Rod.
  • Victim (1961) - This British suspense film was highly controversial at the time for its portrayal of romantic gay love. It is also notable in film history for the first use of the word “homosexual.” The basic plot is inspired by Anders als die Andem.
  • Querelle (1982) - The plot is about Belgian sailor Georges Querelle, a bisexual young man who is also a thief and murderer. 
  • Imagine Me & You (2005) - This German-British rom-com revolves around the relationship between Rachel (Piper Perabo) and Luce (Lena Headey), who meet on Rachel’s wedding day.
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) - An urban fantasy action comedy film based on the graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O'Malley. It stars Michael Cera as he battles his love interest’s seven evil exes.
  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) - This musical comedy-drama is based on the stage musical of the same name about rock band with an East German genderfluid lead singer. 
  • Cabaret (1972) - This famous musical film stars Liza Minnelli, Michael York and Joel Grey. The movie is set in Berlin in 1931. Despite the upbeat musical numbers, it has obvious dark undertones of the growing Nazi party.
  • Breakfast with Scot (2007) - A gay television sportscaster lives with his partner, a sports lawyer. They suddenly find themselves in parental positions when a child enters their lives.
  • Aimée & Jaguar (1999) - This German film, set in Berlin during World War II, surrounds the lives of Felice Schragenheim, a Jewish woman who assumed a false name, and Lilly Wust, a married mother who grows tired of her husband’s infidelity. 
  • Rope (1948) - Though LGBT themes were highly controversial for mid-20th century film, it is assumed that there is a gay subtext to the two main characters, who strangle their former classmate in attempt of the “perfect murder.”
  • Wedding Wars (2006) - John Stamos plays gay wedding planner Shel who stands his ground when his brother and soon-to-be father-in-law slander gay marriage.
  • The Laramie Project (2002) - Based on the play of the same name, the film follows the aftermath of the murder of gay youth Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming in 1998.
  • Velvet Goldmine (1998) - Christian Bale stars as gay British journalist Arthur Stuart writing an about the life of 1970s bisexual glam rock star Brian Slade in this dystopian drama film.
  • The Boondock Saints (1999) - The MacManus twins become vigilantes after killing two members of the Russian Mafia in self-defense, but are pursued by FBI Agent Paul Smecker.
  • Kaboom (2010) - A science fiction film about the sexual adventures of a group of college students.
  • Carrington (1995) - The film, starring Emma Thompson in the title role, focuses on her unusual relationship with openly gay writter Lytton Strachey.
  • Chloe (2009) - Amanda Seyfried plays a bisexual young woman in this erotic thriller. It is a remake of the 2003 French film Nathalie….
  • Loving Annabelle (2006) - This drama film follows the story of a young girl who falls for her teacher at Catholic boarding school.
  • Transamerica (2005) - A transgender woman goes on a road trip with her son.
  • Lost and Delirious (2001) - This Canadian drama stars Mischa Barton as Mary, who observes the changing romantic relationship between her friends, Pauline (Piper Perabo) and Victoria (Jessica Paré).
  • Far from Heaven (2002) -This period drama set in the 1950s stars Julianne Moore as a housewife who soon finds out that her marriage and life isn’t what it seems.
  • Saving Face (2004) - This rom-com follows the story of Wilhelmina, a young Chinese-American surgeon and her relationship with her mother and girlfriend.
  • Beautiful Thing (1996) - In this British comedy film, Jamie is a teen who is infatuated with his classmate, Ste.
  • Chuck & Buck (2000) - Buck O'Brien is a 27-year-old playwright who reunites with his childhood friend after his mother dies.
  • Mysterious Skin (2004) - In this Dutch-American drama, Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a teenage prostitute haunted by the sexual abuse from his childhood baseball coach. 
  • Common Ground (2000) - The film contains three short stories about gay Americans during different time periods (1950s, 1970s, and 2000) in a fictional town in Connecticut.
  • Bedrooms and Hallways (1998) - This comedy-drama explores the fluidity of sexuality by following the lives and pasts of a group of friends.
  • Milk (2008) - This biographical film about Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person elected into public office in California.
  • The Kids Are All Right (2010) - Staring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as a lesbian couple living in L.A. This film also stars Josh Hutcherson. 
  • The Night Listener (2006) - Robin Williams plays gay man separating from his partner. In this film, he plays a famous New York City radio show host.
  • El niño pez (2009) - Lucía Puenzo adapts her own novel about a young Argentinian teenager named Lala in love with her Paraguayan maid.
  • La Mission (2009) - Ex-con, alcoholic, and father Che Rivera has to reevaluate his role as a father when his son begins to come to terms with his sexuality.
  • Spider Lilies - Jade, a web-cam girl, falls for tattoo artist Takeko. In order to get closer to the artist, Jade asks Takeko to give her the same lily tattoo that Takeko has.
  • Cloudburst (2011) - Stella and Dotty are a lesbian couple from Maine who go on a road trip to Nova Scotia to get married.
  • Monster (2003) - A crime drama about serial killer Aileen Wuornos, a former prostitute who killed six men in the late 1980s and early 1990s. 
  • Kyss Mig (2011) - A young engaged woman begins an affair with her stepmother’s lesbian daughter.
  • Tom à la Ferme (2013) - A grieving man meets his former lover’s family, who did not know about their son’s sexuality.
  • Shake It All About (2001) - Jørgen and Jacob are in a happy partnership and when one Jacob asks Jørgen to marry him, and he happily accepts. Things get convoluted and tense when Jacob falls in love with the wife of Jørgen’s brother.
  • Jitters (2010) - A 16-year old boy from Iceland has first kiss with another boy and it gives him a feeling of “jitters” that he can’t avoid.
  • Seashore (2015) - Two boys on the edge of adulthood find themselves exploring their relationship.
  • Lilting (2014) - A mother’s attempt at understanding who her son was after his death. Her world is suddenly disrupted by the presence of his lover.
  • North Sea Texas (2011) - A teenage boy fixates on his neighbor as he searches for love.
  • Kinsey (2004) - A film about Alfred Kinsey, a pioneer in the area of human sexuality research, whose 1948 publication “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male” was one of the first recorded works in which science addressed sexuality.
  • Behind the Candelabra (2013) - This movie focuses on the last ten years in the life of pianist Liberace and the relationship he had with his (much younger) lover, Scott Thorson
  • I Love You Philip Morris (2009) - A cop turns con man once he comes out of the closet. Once imprisoned, he meets the second love of his life, whom he’ll stop at nothing to be with.
  • The Rules of Attraction (2002) - The incredibly spoiled and overprivileged students of Camden College are a backdrop for an unusual love triangle between a drug dealer, a virgin and a bisexual classmate.
  • My Own Private Idaho (1991) - Two best friends and hustlers living in Portland embark on a journey of self discovery and find their relationship stumbling along the way.
  • Patrick Age 1.5 (2008) - A Swedish gay couple adopt what they think is an 18-month-old orphan, only to meet their new son, a 15-year-old homophobic delinquent.
  • The Normal Heart (2014) - The film depicts the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City between 1981 and 1984, as seen through the eyes of writer/activist Ned Weeks, the founder of a prominent HIV advocacy group
  • Eloise’s Lover (2009) - A young woman is hospitalized and in a coma after a serious accident. Through flashbacks we learn of her feelings for another woman.
  • The Imitation Game (2014) - During World War II, mathematician Alan Turing tries to crack the enigma code with help from fellow mathematicians.
  • Yves Saint Laurent (2014) - A look at the life of French designer Yves Saint Laurent from the beginning of his career in 1958 when he met his lover and business partner, Pierre Berge.
  • Saint Laurent (2014) - Yves Saint Laurent’s life from 1967 to 1976, during which time the famed fashion designer was at the peak of his career.
  • Save Me (2007) - A sex and drug addicted young man who is forced into a Christian-run ministry in an attempt to cure him of his “gay affliction”, where instead he is faced with the truth in his heart and spirit.
  • Summer Storm (2004) - A coming-of-age film about a close friendship between two crew teammates, tested when one slowly discovers he’s gay and attracted to the other.
  • Raging Sun, Raging Sky (2009) - A film about the profound romantic relationship between Kieri and Ryo. Kieri sets off in search of his soul mate after Ryo is kidnapped.
  • All About My Mother (1999) - The plot centers on the mother of a teenager killed in a road accident. According to Wikipedia, “the film deals with complex issues such as AIDS, homosexuality, transsexualism, faith, and existentialism.”
  • Appropriate Behavior (2015) - A young bisexual Iranian woman struggles to keep her relationship a secret from her parents in modern day Brooklyn.
  • 春光乍洩 (1997) - A Hong Kong romance about a turbulent romance between two men. (English Distribution name: Happy Together)
  • Heavenly Creatures (1994) - The main premise deals with the obsessive relationship between two teenage girls, Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme, who murder Parker’s mother. The events of the film cover the period from the girls’ meeting in 1952 to the murder in 1954.
  • El Sexo de los Angeles (2012) - A Spanish film about a bisexual polyamorous relationship. (English Distribution Name: Angels of Sex)
  • I Can’t Think Straight (2008) - A romantic film based on the novel of the same name about a Palestinian and Jordanian woman living in London, who is preparing for a wedding.
  • The World Unseen (2007) - A historical drama set in Cape Town, South Africa, during apartheid. Protagonist Amina is an Indian woman who runs a restaurant with a black man, and falls for another women in the heavily racist, sexist and homophobic society. 
  • D.E.B.S. (2004) - Four girls become a part of a national defense group, D.E.B.S. in this action rom-com.
  • Girltrash: All Night Long (2014) - Five girls have one wild night of rock and roll, parties, and good gay times. 
  • Les Chansons d’amour - A musical film about a couple, between a boy and a girl, but then they turn into a threesome couple, then stuff happens… (English distribution name: Love Songs)
  • Better than Chocolate (1999) - A Canadian film full of lesbians with a happy ending. 
  • Tangerine (2015) - A comedy drama about a transgender sex worker who just finished a 28-day prison sentence.
  • Gia (1998) - A dramatization of the real life of one of America’s first supermodels, Gia Marie Carangi. 
  • Dope (2015) - A crime comedy drama that surrounds ‘90s hip hop culture, high school, and two kids’ punk band. This film also has a lesbian woman of color in the lead.
  • Baek-Ya (2012) - A Korean film about a gay man who returns to Korea to run from his past conflicts. (English distribution name: White Night)
  • Night Flight (2014) - A Korean drama about three teen boys who were once best friends who grow apart in high school.
  • Ashamed (2010) - Another Korean drama about a lesbian art professor who falls for a student’s friend.
  • Bongja (2000) - A runaway teen prostitute is taken in by a seaweed roll maker, and the two fall in love.
  • A Girl at My Door (2014) - Starring Bae Doona from Sense8, this Korean drama is about a policewoman (Doona) who takes in an abused girl. 
  • Just Friends? (2009) - A Korean short film about two boys who struggle coming out.
  • Boy Meets Boy (2008) - From the same director of Just Friends? This is another short film, with no spoken dialogue, about two boys who fall in love after meeting on a bus.
  • No Regret (2006) - Regarded as the first ‘real’ Korean gay feature, this film surrounds an 18 year old man who leaves his orphanage due to legal obligation and ends up working at a host bar in Seoul. 
  • Road Movie (2002) - Two men and a woman involved in a love triangle go on a road trip together in this Korean film.
  • Sa Bangji (1988) - A Korean film about an intersex man who falls in love with a young widow.
  • Yellow Hair 2 (2001) - Starring transgender actress Harisu in her first major film role, this Korean film is about a transgender biker who works as a nightclub singer.
  • Bloomington (2010) - A former child actress falls in love with her female professor in college.
  • The Four-Faced Liar (2010) - A dramatic rom-com about two couples who meet at the NYC Irish pub The Four-Faced Liar. 
  • Naissance des pieuvres (2007) - Set in a middle class suburb of Paris, this drama chronicles a summer in the life of three 15-year-old friends and their sexual awakenings. (English distribution name: Water Lilies
  • Habitation en Roma (2010) - (English distribution name: Room in Rome) - A Spanish erotic comedy drama about two women who spend a single night together in Rome.
  • Nina’s Heavenly Delights (2006) - A British romantic comedy drama about two Indian woman who fall in love as they try to save one of the woman’s restaurant by competing in the “Best in the West Curry” contest.
  • Flores Raras (2013) - A Brazilian romantic biographical film about poet Elizabeth Bishop who has a love affair with architect Lota de Macedo Soares. (English distribution name: Reaching for the Moon)
  • Yes or No (2010) - A Thai film about a tomboy lesbian who falls in loe with a girl from an upper middle class with obvious disprovals towards same sex relationships.
  • Pariah (2011) - An art drama film about a teenager African American girl who is coming to terms with her sexuality.
  • Bound (1996) - Lesbian couple Corky and Violet attempt to steal millions and frame Violet’s boyfriend in this crime drama romance film.
  • Elena Undone (2010) - A film about the love between a lesbian writer and a mother married to a pastor. 
  • A Perfect Ending (2012) - A mother and housewife begins a love affair with a high-priced escort called Paris in this romantic drama.
  • Itty Bitty Titty Committee (2007) - Anna’s girlfriend just dumped her, and finds solace in joining a radical third-wave feminist group in this comedy movie.

Need more resources? No problem! Check out Wikipedia’s list of LGBT+ characters in movies. For tumblr reference, check out @lbpqfilms and @lgbtqmovies.


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