A new Netflix film does something that’s uncommon in horror: queer characters survive to the end.
Even in gay culture, a queer man presenting as femme is still not so accepted.
Vanessa Maki reflects on how far LGBTQ representation has come and reviews five films that hold their own.
This French horror film is a rollercoaster of queer tragedy.
From queer relationships to genderless characters, animation offers plenty of LGBTIQ representation.
Wanting to see queer people as chaotic, justified villains or antagonists isn’t strange.
Fear Street Part Three: 1666 depicts the embodiment of queer rage and a refreshingly different ending.
Squandering the queer potential of a popular show is shameful.
Cruel Summer’s inclusion of any queer representation at all sets it apart from television of the era it evokes.
Willow and Tara were among the first lesbian couples on television.
Check out these films, spanning a range of genres, and you might find a new queer favourite.
These five horror films show that vampires are the queerest of all supernatural creatures.
This psychological horror film presents queer representation in an unusual, terrifying way.
This adventure drama shows that straight white women are not the only faces of feminism.
Queer masculinity is in complete motion in this beloved anime series.
Much of the Euphoria fandom saw Jules as a villain in season one, dehumanising her and likely drawing from transphobia.
While finding queer films is becoming easier as entertainment evolves, most are still stuck in the same old tropes.
This Black History Month, check out some television shows with pivotal Black characters.
Entertainment hasn’t always explored mental health issues or substance use respectfully.
The cult classic Black Christmas explores themes that go beyond a typical slasher film.