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Feelings of being "different" emerge throughout childhood, although it may not be clear to the child what the feelings means. Children may begin exploring gender and relationships before kindergarten, so "coming out" and sharing these feelings of being different with others may happen at any time. For many kids, gender identity becomes clear around puberty as they develop gender characteristics and stronger romantic attractions. However, many LGBTQ teens have said, in retrospect, that they began to sense something "different" about themselves early in life, and for gender diverse youth, sometimes as far back as preschool. See Gender Diverse & Transgender Children.




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Beyond just feeling "different," young people begin to wonder if they might be "gay" (or lesbian, bi or trans) or some other label they may prefer. Many teens have mixed feelings when they first try on a new way of identifying. It can be a mix of excitement, relief, and worry.


Although additional research is needed to better understand the associations between parenting and the health of LGB youth, the following are research-based action steps parents can take to support the health and well-being of their LGB teen and decrease the chances that their teen will engage in risky behaviors.


Starring Kate Winslet as wealthy teenager Juliet, this plot follows her transfer to a new school in Christchurch, New Zealand from England. After becoming friends with Pauline (played by Melanie Lynsky) and bonding over their shared love for star tenor Mario Lanza, the budding friendship raises concerns with their parents, who decide the intense friendship to be unhealthy. The two devise a plan to run away together to America, alongside a darker agenda aimed at those trying to keep them apart.


An award-winning Sundance film, Pariah follows the life of a 17-year-old Black teen learning to navigate her sexuality and define her identity as a butch lesbian while dealing with familial and societal pressures.


Starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams, this sapphic romantic drama follows a young woman as she returns to her Orthodox Jewish community after being ostracized for her sexuality. Even after years apart, the two women reconnect and explore the intersection of their attraction to each other and their faith.


OK, I know an anime with a Spanish title is not that common, but it might have to do with the fact that the show is mainly set in Mexico (again, not that common). The story? It could have well been a Nicolas Cage action movie had it been made in the States. Thank god we have lesbians here: Bounty hunter Nadie is on a mission to find murderer suspect Ellis, who also happens to be amnesiac. After a series of curious events, they embark on an adventure to find the mysterious eternal city of Wiñay Marka.


Back then there were few if any, good options for lesbian movies to watch on Netflix. Since then, the company has greatly increased the number of LGBTQ films and TV shows to stream on its platform, including many original series. We're so glad to see more representation of lesbian and queer couples on TV!


Wyonna Earp is a supernatural Western horror filled with demons, supernatural elements, and a wonderful portrayal of a long-term committed lesbian relationship between two of the main characters, Waverly Earp and Sheriff Nicole Haught. These two (known as Wayhaught) have taken the lesbian world by storm and have melted hearts around the world. It's one of the top lesbian shows streaming on Netflix that's well-worth binge-watching


"I Am Not Okay With This" is a Netflix series about a teen lesbian that follows the main character, Sydney, as she navigates high school in a new town and develops feelings for her best friend, Dina, while realizing that she also has special telekinetic powers. If you've ever been a closeted teenager with an intense female friendship that slowly turns into something more, then this show will have you hooked.


While The Haunting of Bly Manor is a scary horror show, we like to think of it as a romantic lesbian love story with ghosts. The story centers around the newly hired au pair, Dani, who arrives at Bly Manor and begins to see apparitions haunting the estate. As she starts to discover what happened there, she develops a sweet friendship and romance with the gardener, Jamie.


The 100 is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi about a nuclear Armageddon that destroys civilization on Earth. Three generations later, the 4,000 survivors who are living on a space ark of linked stations must find a way to ensure humanity's future. The ark's leaders send 100 juvenile prisoners back to the planet to test its habitability. One of the most popular lesbian ships of all time is featured in The 100 between Lexa and Clarke.


Gypsy is a psychological thriller about a therapist in New York, Jean (played by Naomi Watts), who has a successful practice and a life that seems picturesque. Jean begins to develop intimate and illicit relationships with the people in her patients' lives that begins to blur her professional and personal life. She descends into a world where reality and the forces of her desires are disastrously at odds and her actions begin to impact her life and the lives of those around her.


Ginny and Georgia is a funny and fresh comedy-drama about a free-spirited young mom, Georgia and her two kids, Ginny and Austin, who move north from Texas to New England in search of a fresh start but find that the road to new beginnings can be bumpy. While the main characters aren't lesbian, Ginny develops a close friendship with Maxine (Max) who ultimately develops a cute lesbian ship with another character, Sophie.


Nevertheless, is a korean drama series on Netflix that centers around the lives of a group of art students and their romantic relationships. While the lesbian couple isn't the main focus of the story (though we've put together the entire #Soljiwan love story here), they have a cute relationship buildup throughout the series with them starting off as best friends and culminating in a heartwarming happy ending.


A Secret Love, documents the 70+ year love story between Terry Donahue and Pat Henschel, who began dating back in the 1940s but kept their relationship a secret from family and friends. Read how A Secret Love is relatable to all lesbian relationships here.


Before starring in Crazy Rich Asians, Constance Wu played Andi in this indie comedy film about a lesbian bachelorette party. During the festivities, one of the brides confesses that she's never had an orgasm before much to the surprise of her fiancee and everyone else.


Let it Snow is a romantic Christmas comedy that centers around the lives and stories of several teenagers in a small town. After a snowstorm hits this small midwestern town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school students are brought together and they soon find their friendships and love lives colliding. One of the storylines includes a budding lesbian relationship between two of the characters.


Research has shown that those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ+) have a 120% higher risk of experiencing some form of homelessness.[1] With up to 40% of the 4.2 million youth experiencing homelessness identifying as LGBTQ+[2] while only 9.5% of the U.S. population[3], LGBTQ+ youth disproportionately experience homelessness compared to their straight and cisgender peers. They are also more likely to experience assault, trauma, depression, and suicide when compared to non-LGBTQ+ populations while also being homeless. These statistics are even worse for Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) LGBTQ+ populations who suffer from racial inequities and discrimination.


At issue in this civil action is whether a public library may enact a policy prohibiting the access of library patrons to certain content-based categories of Internet publications. Plaintiffs are a Loudoun County non-profit organization, suing on its own behalf and on behalf of its members, and individual Loudoun County residents who claim to have had their access to Internet sites blocked by the defendant library board's Internet policy. They, along with plaintiff-intervenors ("intervenors"), individuals and other entities who claim that defendant's Internet policy has blocked their websites or other materials they placed on the Internet, allege that this policy infringes their right to free speech under the First Amendment. Defendant, the Board of Trustees of the Loudoun County Library, contends that a public library has an absolute right to limit what it provides to the public and that any restrictions on Internet access do not implicate the First Amendment.


The background of this action is fully summarized in this Court's April 7, 1998 Memorandum Opinion and will not be repeated in depth here. On October 20, 1997, defendant passed a "Policy on Internet Sexual Harassment" ("Policy") stating that the Loudoun County public libraries would provide Internet access to its patrons subject to the following restrictions: (1) the library would not provide e-mail, chat rooms, or pornography; (2) all library computers would be equipped with site-blocking software to block all sites displaying: (a) child pornography and obscene material;1 and (b) material deemed harmful to juveniles; (3) all library computers would be installed near and in full view of library staff; and (4) patrons would not be permitted to access pornography and, if they do so and refuse to stop, the police may be called to intervene. See Pls. Ex. 1. It is the second restriction in the Policy that lies at the heart of this action.


Plaintiffs and intervenors both allege that the Policy, as written and as implemented, violates their First Amendment rights because it impermissibly discriminates against protected speech on the basis of content and constitutes an unconstitutional prior restraint. In response, defendant contends: (1) intervenors do not have standing; (2) the Policy does not implicate the First Amendment and is reasonable; (3) the Policy is the least restrictive means to achieve two compelling government interests; and (4) the library has statutory immunity from this action. 041b061a72


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