Need Something New to Binge? These Are the Web’s Queerest Streaming Services

Need Something New to Binge? These Are the Web’s Queerest Streaming Services

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Let’s face it, the big business of streaming has taken over our entertainment. With that, we have a lot of variety around us. Would you like to watch Love, Victor on Hulu? Check out Pose on Netflix? See a little Legendary on HBO Max? Honestly, that all sounds great. But don’t forget about the many LGBTQ streaming platforms on the web. 

While Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, and more have plenty of LGBTQ programming, there are only a few streaming platforms with massive amounts of queer content. Which are the best LGBTQ streaming platforms on the web? We’ve listed some of the big hitters below.

These are our favorite LGBTQ streaming platforms on the web:

Revry

Taking from the word “reverie” meaning “a fantastic or visionary idea,” Revry is the first queer streaming network to hit the scene. The service offers both a free section of content and a paid subscription of $6.99 for access to more than 300 LGBTQ films and 100 shows.

Dekkoo

But if you’re a gay man just looking for gay male content? Then, Dekkoo could be more up your alley. This service boasts the largest collection of gay films and shows found anywhere. You can gain access to all of that gay content after paying $9.99 a month.

GagaOOLala

But where can you get stories about queer people of color, specifically queer Asian people? GagaOOLala! Let’s face it, Western LGBTQ content rarely centers on people of Asian descent. Thankfully, this Taiwan-originating service GagaOOLala has provided a vast collection of queer Asian stories from across the continent (though it also includes European/American stories). Best part? You can access some of that content for free and the rest you can get for $6.99 a month.

WOW Presents Plus

WOW Presents Plus is your go-to place for Drag Race content and everything the entertainment company World of Wonder provides. For just $3.99 a month, you can watch every season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, its many spinoffs (including all the international iterations), and more. Doesn’t that sound sweet?

Quibi

But maybe you want big stories in quick bites. If so, Quibi might be the best option for you. While this is the only service on this list that isn’t technically one of the LGBTQ streaming platforms, it’s rather new (debuting in April 2020) and boasts an extensive collection of LGBTQ content (often delivered in short videos). Access will run you just $4.99 a month.

So, which LGBTQ streaming platforms sound right for you? Try one out, and many offer free trials and free content sections! Then, enjoy LGBTQ media like never before.

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