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Queer and trans visibility on-screen and off has reached greater prominence than ever before, but is that representation actually positive, authentic, radical, ethical, or even adequate? Let's find out!

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Cowboys (dir. Anna Kerrigan, 2020) on Hulu & Kanopy

Sorry Angel (dir. Christophe Honoré, 2018) on Kanopy

Chocolate Babies (dir. Stephen Winter, 1996) on Criterion

Summerland (dir. Jessica Swale, 2020) on Showtime

Bound (dir. The Wachowski Sisters, 1996) on Hulu

Handsome Devil (dir. John Butler, 2016) on Kanopy

Bleed with Me (dir. Amelia Moses, 2020) on Shudder

Adam (dir. Rhys Ernst, 2019) on Hulu & Kanopy

Pain & Glory (dir. Pedro Almodóvar, 2019) on Starz

Veneno (dir. Various filmmakers, 2020) on HBO Max

The Nowhere Inn (dir. Bill Benz, 2020) on iTunes for $6.99

Je t'aime moi non plus (dir. Serge Gainsbourg, 1976) on Kanopy

My Tender Matador (dir. Rodrigo Sepulveda, 2020) on Showtime

Whirlybird (dir. Matt Yoka, 2020) on iTunes for $7.99

Two of Us (dir. Filippo Meneghetti, 2019) on Hulu

 The Twentieth Century (dir. Matthew Rankin, 2019) on Criterion

Wild Things (dir. John McNaughton, 1998) on Starz

Jason & Shirley (dir. Stephen Winter, 2015) on Criterion

Mosquita y Mari (dir. Aurora Guerrero, 2012) on Hulu

Sauvage / Wild (dir. Camille Vidal-Naquet, 2018) on Kanopy

Seventeen (dir. Monja Art, 2017) on Amazon & Tubi

The Garden (dir. Derek Jarman, 1990) on Kanopy

Mädchen in Uniform (dir. Leontine Sagan, 1931) on Criterion

Rafiki (dir. Wanuri Kahiu, 2018) on Showtime

 We Need to Do Something (dir. Sean King O'Grady, 2021) on iTunes for $6.99

*Notes on where to find films/shows are based on their availability in the United States of America. 

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