The gay community has a lot of great content that is worth checking out. From movies to books, you are sure to find something in this list that is perfect for your interests. Here are some of the best LGBT+ movies, shows, and books!
This blog post will contain a list of the best LGBT+ movies, TV shows, and books. These are all highly rated by both critics and fans on Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB respectively. The list is in order from top to bottom based on ratings given from these sites. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed making it!
This blog post is about the best LGBT+ movies, shows, and books. It will cover a wide variety of genres such as romance to horror. Everything from classics like Brokeback Mountain to recent releases like The Miseducation of Cameron Post are included in this list. It includes all types of media which means there’s something for everyone!
Gay Favorite List: The Best LGBT+ Movies, Shows, and Books
We all have our gay faves. We all have those movies, shows, and books that we just can’t get enough of. Whether they’re a romantic comedy or an erotic thriller, these LGBT+ films will make you laugh, cry, and get turned on (sometimes even at the same time!). Read this list to see if your favorite is on it!
Best TV Shows: The 100, Sense eight, RuPaul’s Drag Race.
The best LGBT+ movies, shows, and books can be hard to find. That’s why I’ve compiled this list of gay favorites for you. Whether you’re looking for a romantic comedy or a gripping thriller, just scroll through this list of the most popular LGBT+ films, TV shows, and books so far in 2018!
There are many great gay movies out there that have been subjectively selected by the author to be some of the best LGBT+ films in history with a rating higher than an 80%. Here is a list of these top-rated gay films/shows for you to enjoy!
The following movies are ranked from highest IMDB score (left) and Rotten Tomatoes Score (right). These ratings represent how well critics and fans alike enjoyed each movie or show based on their reviews as submitted through those sites. They range from 50% – 88% respectively, but they all deservedly deserve a spot on this list because they’re just so
For many people, a favorite movie is an easy answer. For others, it’s difficult to choose just one book or show that they love above all the others. In this blog post I’ll share with you my personal favorites in the LGBT+ field and give you some insight into how these pieces of media have influenced me.
LGBT+ people have always been a part of the world, but in recent years more and more stories are being told on both screen and page. This list is a celebration of some of the best LGBT+ movies, TV shows, books, and podcasts that can be found today.
The list is in no particular order, and I’ll include links to the respective pages on IMDb.com so you can explore them a little more yourself if you’re curious about any of these titles!
Moonlight: Moonlight follows the life of Chiron as he grows up gay and black in Miami’s drug-infested Liberty City neighborhood. The film captures an emotional journey that begins with his childhood and ends with his adulthood after being shunned by a friend from earlier days. Inspired by its true story, Moonlight chronicles three defining periods in one man’s life when he must confront who he really is (IMDB).
My favorite movie has got to be “Moonlight”. It tells such a beautiful story about how difficult it can be to come out and figure yourself out, especially when there are so many people who want you to fit into certain boxes. The movie also shows the different struggles facing gay black men in America today and how hard it is for them just being themselves.
I am a big fan of “Moonlight” because I love coming-of-age stories that deal with identity. It’s always interesting to watch these characters go through their own personal journeys as they try and find what fits best for them personally, whether or not anyone else approves of those decisions. There’s something about “Moonlight’s story, which deals with issues like race and sexuality that really fascinates me too; I’m drawn towards movies with themes surrounding social justice.