For couch potatoes

“Don’t feel like dancin’, dancin’
Even if I find nothin’ better to do
Don’t feel like dancin’, dancin’
Why’d you break it down when I’m not in the mood?
Don’t feel like dancin’, dancin’
Rather be home with no one if I can’t get down with you, you, you”

Scissor sisters, I don’t feel like dancing

50 ways to spend some time alone

Streaming • Netflix & co (and chill)

Sex Education

Socially awkward teenager Otis Milburn is ambivalent about sex, despite his mother being a sex therapist who is frank about all aspects of sexuality. Otis sets up a sex advice business with Maeve — a confident but vulnerable classmate — to educate their fellow students in how to deal with their own sexual problems.

Please Like Me

Twenty something Josh is going through a number of big changes as he navigates his first decade of adulthood. After being dumped by his girlfriend, he comes to the realization that he is gay. After that shocker, he moves back into the family home to help care for his mother, who has previously attempted suicide. He later moves out and into a house with best friend Tom.

Nanette • Hannah Gadsby

Gadsby uses the piece to deconstruct the nature of comedy and asks the “straight white male” to undergo the same tension that marginalized people go through every day. She does this by explaining her experience as a lesbian and gender non-conforming woman. She explains that some are brought up to hate themselves, while others are brought up with the licence to hate others.


Looking’ offers up the unfiltered experiences of three close friends living — and loving — in modern-day San Francisco. Friendship may bind them, but each is at a markedly different point in his journey. The trio’s stories intertwine and unspool dramatically as they search for happiness and intimacy in an age of unparalleled choices — and rights — for gay men.


Charlie the Unicorn

The adventures of Charlie the Unicorn and his two ‘friends’ who take him on quite remarkable trips into… yeah what really?


TRAILING is a scripted web series – a sassy and surreal satire of the political consulting world.
At a highly boutique NYC consulting firm, one man must cater to his delusional boss’s every whim: STEVEN, a gay anti-hero for the post-Lewinsky generation.

The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo

The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo is a comedy web series that follows a group of young friends in Los Angeles desperate for love and thrills. Can be watched here. Following the life of an aspiring acting teacher and his actor friends, this 5-part series delves into the complexities of self-discovery, diversity, and emotions that accompany relationships. (credits text)

The Outs

The Outs is a web series which premiered on Vimeo in 2012. Filmed and set in Brooklyn, New York, the show tells the story of Mitchell, his best friend Oona and his ex-boyfriend Jack.

Two Queens in a Kitchen

Two Queens in a Kitchen is a turn-to-relevance cooking show featuring Chicago’s queens and queers of color discussing family, home, politics, culture, and art while making a healthy snack.

Whatever This Is

Whatever this is. follows Sam and Ari, two production assistants in New York, and Lisa, Sam’s girlfriend.
Sam and Ari are scraping by working on low or unpaid video production gigs thrown their way by Oscar, an existentially grumpy middle-man at a small production company. Making rent is hard enough; they barely have time to sneak toward their personal goals and personal lives in their off-hours.
Lisa is a teacher and therefore unemployed for the summer. A chance encounter puts her on the road to a possible summer job, but she’s not sure where it could lead – or if she’s even qualified.
Whatever this is. asks a tough question: how long are you expected to do work that you hate, for pennies, until it becomes something that you love that pays the rent? Is it even possible?

These People

Comedic webseries about a family trying to find help for their insane little brother, Simon. In the meantime, they run afoul of a con man, get into a shaving contest, and tear open a good deal of family wounds.

Formerly Fabulous

A support group for “ex-gay” men welcomes a new member, Mitchell, who is looking for other men like him.

Gay and queer nightlife in Brussels and Flanders

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