5 TV series to watch & celebrate Pride Month!

5 TV series to watch & celebrate Pride Month!

Pride Month is just right here! Here's our pick of the top 5 TV series to marathon all day!

LGBTQ+ Pride Month is celebrating in June for many years. It's a month to remember the Stonewall Uprising but also a month to celebrate and not be ashamed of who we are anymore! 

If you want to spend your day at home watching TV all day, here we have the top 5 TV series to watch & celebrate Pride Month! 

From Queer As Folk to RuPaul's Drag Race, don't miss any of them!

1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Although NBC's sitcom isn't specifically about the LGBTQ+ community, two of the main characters are openly gay or bisexual. 

Captain Raymond Holt (played by Andre Braugher) had to work very hard to get to his current position in the police station after being passed over. 

Detective Rosa Diaz (played by Stephanie Beatriz) had struggles when she had to tell her family and friends that she's bisexual. 

2. Orange Is The New Black

Orange Is The New Black changed LGBTQ+ representation on TV! Focused on Piper Chapman, it follows the adventures of women in Litchfield Penitentiary. 

In addition, Laverne Cox, who portrayed Sophia Burset, became the first transgender actress to win a nomination for an Emmy in 2014. 

3. Queer Eye

The popular Netflix show is a reboot of the 2003 Bravo show but with new ingredients. 

Queer Eye follows the Fab Five makeover experts and showing that there's no queer-straight gap. 

“The original show was fighting for tolerance. Our fight is for acceptance,” said the producers of the successful Netflix show. 

4. RuPaul's Drag Race

Without a doubt, RuPaul's Drag Race has shown that the Drag world & culture shouldn't be in the closet!

So far, the successful TV show has won 19 Emmys and has become a cultural phenomenon. 

Condragulations!

5. Queer As Folk

Queer As Folk set a stone for many TV series. The TV drama series ran from 2000 to mid-2005. 

It focused on the life of five gay men living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It talked about many topics — that maybe today seem less taboo — like H.I.V., gay adoption, casual sex, same-sex marriage, or workplace discrimination. 

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