Join us in recognizing the incredible impact and contributions of LGBTQ+ individuals in our local and international communities. This month we honor those who’ve helped make the world shine brighter, one step at a time.
Explore Pride Month through Film and TV
TV’s Equality Entertainers
Explore these stories which highlight the diverse experiences of LGBTQ+ characters and people.
- Heartstopper (Netflix) Two young men discover their friendship may be something more as they navigate through high school and relationships.
- A League of Their Own (Amazon Prime Video) Follow the journey of the 1940s All-American Girls Professional Baseball League players as they travel across a rapidly changing U.S.
- Love, Victor (Hulu) A coming of age story about two boys who navigate the ups and downs of high school through their close friendship.
- Cable Girls (Netflix) Set in 1920s Madrid, four women ring in a revolution while navigating the complexities of romance, friendship and work.
- Flack (Amazon Prime Video) Anna Paquin stars as an unflappable PR professional working in London to help her high-profile clients escape sticky situations.
Celebrating Pride in the Movies
Stream these LGBTQ+ films inspired by self-discovery and fearlessness.
- Cowboys (Hulu) Following a recent separation from his wife, a father tries to rescue his young transgender son by running through the Montana wilderness.
- Carol (Netflix) In the 1950s, a married woman and an aspiring photographer discover a forbidden romance that will forever change their lives.
- Joe Bell (Amazon Prime Video) Mark Wahlberg stars as Joe Bell, a father who walks across America with his son to raise awareness about the effects of bullying on LGBTQ+ youth.
- Single All the Way (Netflix) Peter convinces his best friend to pose as his boyfriend on a trip home to avoid his family’s judgment about being single.
- Anything’s Possible (Amazon Prime Video) A modern Gen Z coming-of-age story about a confident high school girl as she experiences senior year in Pittsburgh, PA.
LGBTQ+ Documentaries of Diversity
Explore the stories of life, love and equality in these documentaries.
- The Andy Warhol Diaries (Netflix) Take a peek behind Andy Warhol’s famous persona as documented in his personal diaries.
- Equal (Max) – The true backstories of the unsung heroes, pre-Stonewall, whose tireless activism changed the course of history.
- Mayor Pete (Amazon Prime Video) Pete Buttigieg, supported by his ambitious team and husband Chasten, campaigns to become the youngest American President in history.
- All in My Family (Netflix) After starting his own modern family, Director Hao Wu shares a heartfelt portrait of his family’s process of acceptance.
- Mama’s Boy (Max) – Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black explores his childhood and how his relationship with his mother inspired his activism.
People Who Inspire
From activists to entertainers, celebrate the pride and contributions of these LGBTQ+ trailblazers who paved the path of equality and acceptance.
Bayard Rustin: An active leader in social movements for civil rights, socialism, nonviolence and gay rights.
Loretta Mary Aiken
Loretta Mary Aiken: Aiken, known by her stage name “Moms Mabley,” began performing on the Black vaudeville circuit before becoming a regular performer at New York’s famed Apollo Theater.
James Baldwin: A writer, performer and social justice activist whose written works famously explored the intersections of his identities.
Audre Lorde: An American philosopher, writer and civil rights activist whose many critically acclaimed works grappled with the complexities of identity and oppression.
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