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10 perfect LGBTQ Valentine’s Day movies from Revry

LGBTQ Valentine's Day Movies

A young promiscuous woman gets pregnant, and her gay best friend agrees to help her find the baby’s daddy. Photo: Revry.

Looking for an LGBTQ Valentine’s Day movie?

Want to watch a romantic flick that tugs at the heart? Perhaps a dark movie to help sooth a broken heart or love gone wrong? Maybe a comedy that would tickle Cupid’s funny bone?

Here are 12 queer movies perfect for Valentine’s Day available on Revry, the LGBTQ streaming network that has the largest catalog of queer content.

“Beyond Love”

(Italian, gay and lesbian)

Anna and Marina want to have a baby, and they turn to their friends Stefano and Tony for help.

Watch “Beyond Love”

LGBTQ Valentine's Day Movies

When the daughter of a strict, traditional Filipino-American family feigns a heterosexual romance with her best friend, the family brings pressure on a marriage. Grace’s secret girlfriend realizes the situation has gone too far and proposes an ultimatum that will alter their lives. Photo: Revry.

“Bicultural”

(Lesbian short)

When the daughter of a strict, traditional Filipino-American family feigns a heterosexual romance with her best friend, the family brings pressure on a marriage. Grace’s secret girlfriend realizes things have gone too far and proposes an ultimatum that will alter their lives.

Watch “Bicultural”

“Equality U”

(Documentary)

In 2008, 34 young activists jumped on the Soulforce Equality Ride, which traveled the U.S. to confront anti-gay policies at colleges. At some stops, the activists are welcomed with open arms. At others, however, they’re arrested for trespassing or simply attempting to open up a dialog. But at every stop, they connect with young people who have their first encounter with someone who is not only openly gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender person, but also comfortable with who they are.

Watch “Equality U”

“Fear of Water”

(Drama, romance, lesbian)

Two girls with parallel lives meet to discover friendship and a sexual awakening.

Watch “Fear of Water”

“Girlfriend Boyfriend”

(Asian, bisexual)

When three rebellious students leave their hometown to pursue their lifelong dreams in the big city, their relationships face the pressures of real life as the 1980s Taiwanese socio-political reformation movement unfolds in the background.

Watch “Girlfriend Boyfriend”

LGBTQ Valentine's Day Movies

Two strangers who met at a festival search for one another as they navigate their own lives. Photo: Revry.

“He Drinks”

(Short film, gay, horror)

In this Revry Original film, Chris and Bram visit a respected couples therapist; however, as she digs into their case, the good doctor discovers that their problems are more complicated than she initially thought.

Watch “He Drinks”

“Missed Connections”

(Short film, transgender comedy starring Angelica Ross from “Pose”)

Two strangers who met at a festival search for one another as they navigate their own lives.

Watch “Missed Connections”

LGBTQ Valentine's Day Movies

A young promiscuous woman gets pregnant, and her gay best friend agrees to help her find the baby’s daddy. Photo: Revry.

“The People I’ve Slept With”

(Gay comedy, romance)

A young promiscuous woman gets pregnant, and her gay bet friend agrees to help her find the baby’s daddy.

Watch “The People I’ve Slept With”

“The Right Bank”

(Lesbian)

To save the relationship with her American girlfriend, a young, Chinese lesbian must conquer her fear of rejection and reveal her truth to her conservative mother.

Watch “The Right Bank”

“S&M Sally”

(Lesbian comedy)

After discovering her girlfriend, Jill, has explored BDSM, Jamie decides to spice up their relationship by exploring the underground world of S&M. Will things be the same when the roles have been reversed?

Watch “S&M Sally”

About the author

Phillip Zonkel

Award-winning journalist Phillip Zonkel spent 17 years at Long Beach's Press-Telegram, where he was the first reporter in the paper's history to have a beat covering the city's vibrant LGBTQ. He also created and ran the popular and innovative LGBTQ news blog, Out in the 562.

He won two awards and received a nomination for his reporting on the local LGBTQ community, including a two-part investigation that exposed anti-gay bullying of local high school students and the school districts' failure to implement state mandated protections for LGBTQ students.

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