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With the release of GLAAD's first Studio Responsibility Index last week, we asked you to tell us who your all-time favorite LGBT film characters were. The hundreds of replies we received contained a wide and diverse range of answers which demonstrated two very important points: (a) these film characters make a profound and lasting impact on us, and (b) almost none of them come from movies made by the major Hollywood studios.
This weekend catch the season premiere of Upstairs Downstairs; plus all new episodes of Revenge, The Goo
Okay, they’re only really the “top” fourteen in that they’re some of our personal favorites of all time, but if you’re looking for a great romance to curl up on the couch and watch with a Valentine’s date, here are fourteen memorable LGBT love stories worth seeing any day of the year.
Los Angeles fans of the watershed romance Brokeback Mountain should plan to stop by the
The Kids Are All Right is the largest release ever for a mainstream film about lesbians and