A Song for your Mixtape

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A young gay man arrives at a party full of kids he’s known since he was little. But they’re all strangers now. He feels he doesn’t belong. He’s only there for one reason, one person. The guy he loves; the guy who left him.

Pink Boy

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An intimate portrait of a gender-creative kid growing up in conservative rural Florida. Butch lesbian BJ successfully avoided dresses her entire life until she adopted Jeffrey, who to her shock, starts to dance in gowns and perform for the family.


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In a blend of fantasy meets reality, PYOTR495 follows a young man in an anti-LGBT, present-day Russia who comes face to face with homophobic predators who have lured him into a trap he can’t escape – or can he? In a twisted game of cat and mouse, you will be left wondering who is predator and who is prey. Submitted by Hugh.

World Wide Woven Bodies

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At the end of the 1990s the Internet comes to Northern Norway and coincides with the sexual awakening of Mads. The introduction of pornographic images into his life complicates his relationship with his parents, and their house becomes a minefield filled with uncomfortable interactions.

Good Girls’ sweet Coming Out

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For some people the prospect of coming out is no longer as grim and scary as it might have been a decade or two ago. But for many it’s still something they dread. One of the best things that can happen to these people is a supportive family. Spoilers for Good Girls ahead.

That’s ehat happened on this week’s episode of NBC’s comedy-drama Good Girls, when Sadie (played by trans actor Isaiah Stannard) came out as a boy to their mum Annie.

“Yay, it’s a boy,” Annie tells Sadie, sharing the news about the birth of their new baby brother. “Mom,” Sadie says in reply. “So am I.”

After Sadie reveals the truth about their gender identity to Annie, Annie crawls in bed with Sadie and gives them a warm, loving hug. “I always wanted a boy,” Annie says, giving Sadie a kiss on the forehead.

It may seem like a short, innocent scene to many, but considering all of the depressing queer representation we’ve seen on TV lately, it’s nice to see positive representation of a trans kid being accepted for who they are—and acted out by an actual trans actor, no less!