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12 Films That Every Queer Teen Should Watch At Least Once

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In Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, Booksmart is a coming-of-age story about two goodie-two-shoes best friends who decide to let it all go before high school graduation, finding love, friendship, and fun in the process.Queer icon Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever star as the main duo and experience teen mayhem, queer awakenings, and oh so much more in this wonderful comedy.The film is available to stream on Hulu.Few documentaries offer such an important snapshot of a moment in queer life like Paris is Burning.

Filmed during the late '80s, the film captures the Black and brown queer people who ran the New York ballroom scene and the legacy they left behind.

A story about family, community, and vogue, few works document a culture-defining era like this. This film is mandatory viewing for those who wish to understand the queer community and the Black and brown people who helped create it.The film is available to watch on The Criterion Channel.Based on the real-life story of a 16-year-old British teen who dreams of becoming a drag queen, Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a musical about being yourself.

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