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The best LGBTQ+ movies and TV shows coming to streaming in December 2023

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ho-ho-horrifying to some, others are already hanging up their mistletoe a spiking their nog in preparation for an onslaught of seasonal celebrations.If you’re in the former camp, you’re probably looking for any excuse to distract yourself from all the “good tidings and cheer.” And, those on Team Christmas are likely on the hunt for some festive fare to stream while they decorate the tree.

Either way, there’s plenty of fresh, new content hitting streaming platforms this month to help make your yuletide gay.So, we’ve made our list and checked it twice, with plenty of queer and queer-adjacent favorites to keep you warm and cozy in December.

This month will see the streaming premieres of the latest from a major voice of the New Queer Cinema that’s a real mother-off, a twisty heist thriller with some killer LGBTQ+ representation, a new special from a rising voice in the comedy world, and, yes, plenty of holiday classics, news and old.Whether you use Netflix, Prime Video, Max (formerly HBO Max), Hulu, Paramount+, Peacock, Tubi—or some combo of the those—Queerty has your can’t-miss recommendations for each.So, get those watch lists ready; it’s going to be a very gay December.Jump to your streaming platform of choice:Netflix Prime Video Max Hulu Paramount+ • Peacock • TubiAny film from the great queer filmmaker Todd Haynes—Carol, Far From Heaven, Velvet Goldmine—is an event in our books, but something about his latest feels seismic.

Natalie Portman plays an actress observing the life of a woman she’s playing in her next movie: Gracie (Julianne Moore), who spent years in jail after her relationship with a minor became tabloid fodder.

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