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The gay TV landscape has drastically changed in recent times, and for years now there have been TV series offering audiences a complex, nuanced portrait of what it means to be LGBTQ in the modern world. Streaming services have made an unlimited number of TV series available to the masses, and binge-watching just-released content is a favorite pastime of many of us. Sometimes painfully realistic and at other times hilarious, gay TV series are an important step towards equality for all, as they provide invaluable visibility and representation. And with the movie industry often not fairing well in its depiction of the LGBTQ community, gay TV is often the only place to turn for sophisticated stories about our community. These days, the amount of content available online and on TV is staggering. Let us help you pare things down, whatever interests you in the realm of gay TV. We've got the lowdown on everything gay coming to a TV or streaming service near you.
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‘Ratched’ on Netflix: Wildly Entertaining or a Fraudulent Prequel? Well, Maybe Both.

Ratched — an origin story about Mildred Ratched, the nurse protagonist of Milos Forman’s film adapted from Ken Kesey’s novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest — is the third Ryan Murphy production to premiere on Netflix this year. Now, no one would blame you for experiencing Ryan Murphy fatigue,[…]

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From Buff Swimmers to Queer Rock Icons, These Are 5 of the Best Gay Anime of All Time

While there are a number of queer characters in anime, they’re not always treated well — but these 5 gay anime series show the world how it’s done

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Did ‘Animaniacs’ Have Surprising Queer Elements Hiding in Plain Sight All This Time?

In celebration of the Animaniacs reboot on Hulu, we’re paying tribute to perhaps the strangest queer icon ever: Chicken Boo

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Understanding the Quiet Gay Activism of Mister Rogers

Though he didn’t call attention to it, Mister Rogers gay activism was an important part of ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ since the 1960s

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