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Extensive List of Content for Queer Girls

So, you just realized you were queer! If you’re like me, you want to find all the queer content you can. Girls with girls, girls kissing girls, girls loving multiple genders! But where?

Hi!  Consider me your personal Queer Fairy Godmother, here with an extensive list of WLW (women-loving-women) movies, tv shows, and books!

Movies

  1. Blue is the Warmest Color
  2. But I’m a Cheerleader
  3. Saving Face
  4. The Children’s Hour
  5. Imagine Me and You
  6. First Girl I Loved
  7. Carol
  8. Pariah

Television

  1. Orange is the New Black
  2. One Day at a Time
  3. Black Mirror: “San Junipero”
  4. Supergirl
  5. Lost Girl
  6. Sense8
  7. The Fosters
  8. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  9. Transparent
  10. Orphan Black
  11. How to Get Away with Murder
  12. Steven Universe
  13. Easy: “Vegan Cinderella”
  14. Saturday Night Live

Books

  1. You Know Me Well (Nina LaCour and David Levithan)
  2. Honor Girl (Maggie Thrash)
  3. A Darkly Beating Heart (Lindsay Smith)
  4. Girl Mans Up (M-E Girard)
  5. As I Descended (Robin Talley)
  6. Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit (Jaye Robin Brown)
  7. Run (Kody Keplinger)
  8. We Awaken (Calista Lynne)
  9. The Bermudez Triangle (Maureen Johnson)
  10. Ash (Malinda Lo)
  11. If You Could Be Mine (Sara Farizan)
  12. This is Where it Ends (Marieke Nijkamp)
  13. Everything Leads to You (Nina LaCour)
  14. Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel (Sara Farizan)
  15. Adaptation (Malinda Lo)
  16. The Inside of Out (Jenn Marie Thorne)
  17. What We Left Behind (Robin Talley)
  18. Beauty Queens (Libba Bray)
  19. Annie on My Mind (Nancy Garden)
  20. Huntress (Malinda Lo)
  21. The Miseducation of Cameron Post (Emily Danforth)
  22. Keeping You a Secret (Julie Anne Peters)
  23. Fun Home (Alison Bechdel)
  24. We Are Okay (Nina LaCour)

Obviously, the amount of WLW content is far less than the movies, books, and shows that feature cisgender, heterosexual characters.  So, for all queer artists and writers, this is our cue to create our own works to represent us accurately.

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Kay loves poetry, theatre, and queer representation. She's basically a manic pixie dream girl, minus the sexist undertones and one-dimensionality that they usually exhibit! Her goal is to inspire hope in this generation and give them a voice! <3

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