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agirlcalledtheo
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Me and my mum always watch rom coms together. When we watched movies they are usually straight characters. And when i watch movies myself i watch myself i tend to watch lgbtq films. why do i feel awkward watching them with my mum. or when i open amazon or netflix and all my recommendations are to do with lgbtq i feel a little anxious and hope she doesn't notice.
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(Original post by agirlcalledtheo)
Me and my mum always watch rom coms together. When we watched movies they are usually straight characters. And when i watch movies myself i watch myself i tend to watch lgbtq films. why do i feel awkward watching them with my mum. or when i open amazon or netflix and all my recommendations are to do with lgbtq i feel a little anxious and hope she doesn't notice.
if you're gay or bi, and you still haven't opened up to her, that explains it
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(Original post by ifreakingloveme)
if you're gay or bi, and you still haven't opened up to her, that explains it
she knows i'm queer, guess i'm just not comfortable.
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she knows i'm queer, guess i'm just not comfortable.
ahhh, well. it's understandable. plus, you already said it. you're not just comfortable. lol
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my fav LGBTQ film is love simon
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my fav LGBTQ film is love simon
there are better ones
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there are better ones
Do you have any good recommendations?
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Do you have any good recommendations?
recently watched summer of 85
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Do you have any good recommendations?
omg HI i wasn't asked but i have some for u: watch pride, weekend (2011), but i'm a cheerleader, moonlight, milk.
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omg HI i wasn't asked but i have some for u: watch pride, weekend (2011), but i'm a cheerleader, moonlight, milk.
Thank you so much!
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Perks of being a wallflower. the main character isnt gay but there's a gay character in it and it's an important part of the story. in my opinion, it's an amazing movie
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(Original post by agirlcalledtheo)
Me and my mum always watch rom coms together. When we watched movies they are usually straight characters. And when i watch movies myself i watch myself i tend to watch lgbtq films. why do i feel awkward watching them with my mum. or when i open amazon or netflix and all my recommendations are to do with lgbtq i feel a little anxious and hope she doesn't notice.
Midnight Cowboy is a good one
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I really enjoyed "Happiest Season".
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(Original post by agirlcalledtheo)
recently watched summer of 85
(Original post by ohno223)
Perks of being a wallflower. the main character isnt gay but there's a gay character in it and it's an important part of the story. in my opinion, it's an amazing movie
(Original post by A Rolling Stone)
Midnight Cowboy is a good one
(Original post by Sabertooth)
I really enjoyed "Happiest Season".
Thank you so much everyone! I'll go and check them out.
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Thank you so much everyone! I'll go and check them out.
May I suggest Victim (1961) in which the real-life gay Dirk Bogarde who normally played heterosexual romantic leads was cast as a blackmailed gay lawyer. The film was made at a time when the star could have been gaoled for his behaviour.
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The BFI are running their annual LGBT festival Flare from 17-28 March- if you are interested have a look via their website. The short films are free to watch I understand.
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BFI flare ends today, some short films are free to watch.
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Not really interested in those types of films, the only one I have really heard of is Pride.
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