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WATCH: The best queer film and TV trailers that dropped in August 2022

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Gay Christmas,” but there’s plenty more to look forward to including an early Oscars favorite, an eye-opening documentary short, and an award-winning social satire that promises, um, an awful lot of bodily fluids.To help you stay ahead of the curve, we’ve assembled this handy guide recapping all the best and gayest trailers to hit the internet in August.

Check them out below and mark your calendars accordingly!Mix one part Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf with one part Get Out, shake it all up with some chilled gay sexual tension and you’ve got a wicked little cocktail in The Albatross.

Filmmaker Myles Yaksich’s feature debut takes us back to 1959 (another Mid-Century set queer period piece!) where a young biracial couple’s dinner date turns sour after they realize their enigmatic, older hosts are harboring some decades-old secrets and some rather hostile ideals about race.Now available to rent/own on VOD platforms.As the debate rages on over trans athletes in sports, this timely and moving documentary follows one person’s journey to be seen and respected as they really are.

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