5 LGBT shows that you can’t miss
24 April, 2019 - LGBTQ Culture
If you are one of those who do not like to be in the last in terms of shows and you want to know what are the top LGTBI shows here we are our favourites:
RuPaul’s Drag Race
Undoubtedly this is the TV reality best known by the LGTBI collective and the one that most represents the drag community.
In this contest the international dragon star RuPaul chooses which will be “The next drag superstar of America”.
Humor, singing, dancing, lypsincs and some outfits to impress this new season comes very full of surprises and great contestants.
The premiere of season 11 took place on February 2.
Atypical or Atypical
If you have not seen this series yet, I do not know what you’re waiting for.
In this we will see how is the life of Sam. This boy of 18 years autistic and precisely who’s not very sociable. Through the series we see how the protagonist becomes more independent and how his family adapts to change. It is not cataloged as an LGTBI series, but there are different winkle to the collective. And we do not want to move much but there is a couple that we love … 👭
Everything’s gonna be okay
Thomas (Please like me) plays Nicholas, a 25-year-old neurotic who still lives at home with his single father and two teenage step-sisters, one of whom has autism. Nicholas has never taken care of his sisters, but when his father is detected a teminal disease, it is the protagonist who will have to support the whole family.
Strike a Pose
In 1990, seven young dancers joined Madonna on their controversial “Blonde Ambition” tour. They soon discovered that they were role models in the gay community, although they did not always feel that way. 25 years later they come together in this documentary to explain their experiences during that tour.
Paris is burning
This documentary focuses on the dragon queens living in New York City and their “home” culture, which provides a sense of community and support for extravagant and often socially rejected artists. The groups of each house compete in elaborate dances that are inspired by the world of fashion. It also addresses issues related to racism and poverty, the film features interviews with several renowned drag queens, such as Willi Ninja, Pepper LaBeija and Dorian Corey.
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