These LGBTQ movies/series will make you feel loved and important this pride month

Hey everyone, this is the PRIDE month. A time for all alternate sexual orientations to be happy, gay and proud of themselves. Even though the Honourable Supreme Court of India has abrogated the regressive section 377, all of the Queer community has still a long way to go. This could be in terms of acceptance, representation in popular culture or just daily life. Bollywood has not be great at churning out films that do justice to the LGBTQ community. However, they are constantly trying to up their game in it. We are sure it is going to take a lot of time. Here are a five films and series that is a must watch if you are in that zone or just an ally and if in case you want to come out. These films will give you enough pizzaz to do just that with an outlook like never before.

  1. My Brother Nikhil

    My Brother Nikhil

    Nikhil, a bright young swimmer, finds his life falling apart after getting diagnosed with HIV. In his troubled times, he finds the support of his sister, Anamika, and his boyfriend, Nigel. My Brother Nikhil is one of the India’s first gay movies, Sanjay Suri Plays the role of Nikhil and Juhi Chawla plays his sister in the film.

  2. The half of it
    The Half Of It

    The half of it stars Leah Lewis, Alexxis Lemire and Daniel Diemer in a very beautiful story of Daniel’s character(Paul) falling for Alexxis’s character(Aster) so he decides to write her letters which is when he takes help from Leah’s character(Ellie). This is where the twist comes when Ellie falls for Aster too and it kind of leaves us with a cliffhanger of whether they will end up together.

  3. Boy Erased

    Boy Erased

    Boy Erased stars Lucas Hedges and veteran actress Nicole Kidman, the story is about Lucas Hedges(Jared) finding out he is homosexual and decides to tell his parents however his dad didn’t take it well and sent him to a conversion therapy where he faced a lot of problems he was introduced to some questionable philosophy and methods.

  4. It’s a Sin

    It’s A Sin

    It depicts the lives of a group of gay men and their friends who lived during the HIV/AIDS crisis in the United Kingdom. It’s a Sin features a main cast consisting of Olly Alexander as Ritchie Tozer, Omari Douglas as Roscoe Babatunde and Callum Scott Howells as Colin Morris-Jones, who all move to London.

  5.  Love, Victor
    Love, Victor

    Love, victor is inspired by a movie Love simon which is inspired by a novel Simon Vs the Homo Sapiens, story revolves around Michael Cimino(Victor) figuring out his sexuality at 16 which is perfect for teenagers to watch as this is the age where most of the the teens are confused. Its a perfect show if you wanna come out as this show shows the actual reality after coming out.