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When it comes to gay TV shows on Netflix, for us this can mean content that is centred around gay storylines, or simply the inclusion of gay characters as standard and not simply for a token coming out storyline. When we see gay characters in TV shows where being gay is not the only reason they are part of the show, it makes us feel positive and hopeful for society albeit it should be a given! Sex Education is a comedy about high school teen Otis who starts giving sex therapy sessions at school based on everything he has learnt from growing up with a sex therapist for a Mum. It takes on so many sex education topics that other shows would not dare to broach from douching, to sexual harassment, gender fluidity and so much more. This is one everyone should watch and everyone could learn a thing or two from. The psychological battle that ensues will keep you watching. It is one of our favourite gay TV shows and for those that have not seen the show, the Queer Eye Fab 5 spend a week with people from all types of backgrounds who hugely benefit from their help in life, style, culture and confidence.

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It's really sexy, romantic, and full of drama. It's especially romantic and hot since it's the last time they'll ever be with each other. I thank her in my mind often for getting John Barrowman out of his clothes both times! Ennis pushes Jack against the wall and So sweet and romantic.
When I was younger, most LGBTQ sex scenes I saw didn't show much beyond two people passionately making out, a little hand-over-the-crotch action, and tight shots of faces moaning. They were all PG—maybe the R-rated ones were a little more gratuitous, but I was too nervous to search for them on my family computer. As a gay teenager still in the closet, these muted portrayals of queer sexuality only furthered the idea that my identity was something I needed to hide. Thankfully, as cinematography has evolved, so has mainstream media's portrayal of intimacy across the spectrum of sexuality. Here for it?