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Top 10 LGBTQ+ Movies on Netflix to Watch this Holiday Season

Ahhhh. The best part of the Holidays: time off to do nothing! But what to do with endless nothingness? The Pride L.A. thinks an LGBTQ+ film binge ought to do. So grab some popcorn and an some fellow gays, because here’s a list of the Top 10 LGBTQ+ movies Netflix has to offer.

1. Alex Strangelove – 2018 – TV-MA – 1 hr 39 minutes

High school senior Alex Truelove’s plan to lose his virginity to lovable girlfriend Claire goes awry when he meets the equally lovable Elliot

2. 3 Generations – 2015 – PG-13 – 1 hr 32 minutes

When teenage Ray begins transitioning from female to males, his single mom and grandmother must cope with the change while tracking down his father.

3. Duck Butter – 2018 – TV-MA – 1 hr 34 minutes

Wary of dishonesty in relationships, two young women embark on a 24-hour experiment on intimacy, but their romance flounders as the clock winds down

4. Loving Annabelle – 2006 – TV-MA – 1 hr 6 minutes

An esteemed young poetry teacher at a Catholic boarding school risks everything when she engages in a feverish affair with a female student

5 .The Feels – 2018 – TV-MA – 1 hr 27 minutes

During their bachelorette weekend, a lesbian couple’s relationship hits a snag when one of the brides confesses to never having an orgasm

6. Below Her Mouth – 2016 – TV-MA – 1 hr 39 minutes

An engaged fashion editor begins a torrid affair with a female roofer that threatens to turn both of their lives upside down

7. God’s own Country – 2017 – TV-MA – 1 hr 44 minutes

In Yorkshire, a withdrawn gay farmer begins a torrid affair with a Romanian migrant worker who shows him the depths of his capacity for affection

8. Handsome Devil – 2016 – TV-MA – 1 hr 34 minutes

A self-described outsider is sent to a rugby-obsessed boarding school, where he forms an unexpected bond with the star player

9. Concussion – 2013 – 1 hr 36 minutes

A lesbian housewife, feeling trapped in a stale marriage, begins visiting female prostitutes and soon seeks excitement by becoming a sex worker

10. Those People – 2015 – TV-MA – 1 hr 29 minutes

A young Manhattan painter’s goals are put to the res when he falls for an older man while still having feelings for his long-standing secret crush

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