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LGBTQ+ Youth & Adult Resources: Movies & TV

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Movies and TV Shows

Positive LGBTQ+ representation can be difficult to find in movies and TV shows. Make the process easier by checking out the following pages, which are a sample of movies and TV shows offered by the BPL that prominently feature at least one lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender character:


TV Shows

LGBTQ on YouTube


A gay, married gamer who specializes in Let's Plays. In addition to "Let's Talk!" videos, tabletop campaigns, and general LPs, he has a series of videos called "Gay Let's Play," where he plays video games as a gay character.

Ari Fitz

‚ÄčBlack and unapologetically queer, Ari Fitz is an indie filmmaker, model, and former cast member of The Real World: Ex-plosion. Some of her most popular YouTube videos include her "Lesbians React" series and TOMBOYISH, a style series showcasing the androgynous style of the "tomboy."

First Person 

A light-hearted exploration of gender identity and sexuality, and a weekly forum for covering LGBTQ-related news and issues. With messages of tolerance and acceptance, the show aims to humanize issues that are so often underrepresented in the media or presented as political, moral or religious issues, detached from the people who are living them on a day-to-day basis. Produced by WNET, America’s flagship PBS station.

Gay Family Values 

Just an average everyday family who happens to also be a same-sex family. These two Californian dads hope to educate, entertain, laugh... and give food for thought about what it means to be gay in America.

The Gay Women Channel

Also known as UnsolicitedProject, the Gay Women Channel is a comedy channel for women, by women that includes web series, parodies, and sketches. New videos are posted on Mondays and Wednesday.

Kat Blaque

Kat Blaque is a contributor to Everyday Feminism, the Huffington Post, and PRIDE. As a feminist activist, illustrator, and speaker, she takes to YouTube to break down the gender and race dynamics prevalent in today's society. Her channel features a wide variety of content including an LGBT interview series, Intersect.

Princess Joules

Trans woman Julie Vu shares her transition and life experiences with videos documenting her transition and sex change journey, vlogs about current events and her daily life, and tutorials for makeup, hair, and other beauty related topics.


Skylar Kergil, a 24-year-old transgender guy from Boston, documents his life and transition since he was 17 in early 2009. Videos are posted every Tuesday, including his poetry and music, discussions on transgender issues and identity, and chats with his cat!